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Pima Presents

2023-24 Season

The Candy Craze: A Sticky Situation
October 5 - 15
Thursday - Saturday at 7 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ASL Night: Oct. 13
Tickets: $5 - $10 (PCC students get one free ticket)

Directed by Milta Ortiz, the original, student-written theater production “The Candy Crazy: A Sticky Situation” takes audiences on a candy-filled journey of a business venture that takes an unexpected turn, exploring themes of power, greed and the profound impact of empathy. This show is a delightful celebration of friendship and the sweetness of considering others. Through original writing, singing and dance, these students bring this narrative to life, showcasing their dedication and passion for the performing arts. Immerse yourself in this delectable musical where laughter and heartfelt moments thrive.

Written by: Alex Becerra, Kaleb Burton, Preston Campbell-Cueva, Timothy Cassity, Holly Fanlon, Justin Freeman, Juan Galvan, Jace Noldon, Kyle Odell, Giselle Quintana, Alex Sampson, Nathanial Treptow.

Richard Ⅲ
Nov. 9 - 19
Thursday - Saturday at 7 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ASL Night: Nov. 17
Understudy Night: Nov. 16
Tickets: $10-$15 (PCC students get one free ticket)

Enter the cunning realm of Shakespeare’s “Richard III,” directed by Maryann Green. This captivating show unveils the ruthless ambitions of Richard of Gloucester as he plots his way to the English throne, leaving a path of trickery and betrayal. Amidst the darkness, a ray of hope appears with Henry of Richmond, leading to a climactic battle that decides a kingdom’s destiny. Don’t miss this gripping tale of power, deceit and the ultimate quest for control.

These Shining Lives
Feb. 22 - March 3
Thursday - Saturday at 7 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ASL Night: March 1
Understudy Night: Feb. 29
Tickets: $10-$15 (PCC students get one free ticket)

Pima Theater proudly presents “These Shining Lives,” a powerful drama directed by Chris Will and written by Melanie Marnich, chronicling the true story of the strength and determination of female factory workers in the early 1920s as they faced radiation poisoning while painting watch dials. Witness their extraordinary journey of survival and empowerment, and join us for an emotional and unforgettable experience, celebrating the enduring spirit of these forgotten heroines.

The Addams Family - A New Musical
April 18-28
Thursday - Saturday at 7 p.m.
Sunday at 2 p.m.
ASL Night: April 26
Understudy Night: April 25
Tickets: $10-$15 (PCC students get one free ticket)

Book by Marshall Brickman, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa and Rick Elice. Directed by Chach Snook. Pima Theater’s “The Addams Family - A New Musical,” is a hilarious and heartwarming show that embraces the quirks in every family. The musical follows Gomez and Morticia Addams as they navigate the ultimate nightmare for a father: their daughter Wednesday falling in love with a young man from a respectable family. As secrets unravel and chaos ensues, the Addams family hosts a fateful dinner, leading to a comical and touching exploration of love, acceptance and the delightful madness that makes families unique.

Mini Macb…The Play That Shall Not Be Named
May 9, 7 p.m. (One night only.)

Regrettably, the Friday evening performance of Mini Macb- has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. However, Thursday's show remains unaffected and will proceed as scheduled.

Pima’s Shakespeare class performs in “Mini Macb... The Play That Shall Not Be Named,” a daring production featuring scenes and monologues from Shakespeare’s tragic classic “Macbeth,” carefully avoiding the play’s full name due to theatrical superstitions. The play explores the ambitious Scottish general Macbeth, driven by prophecies from witches to commit regicide and seize the throne, leading to a destructive path of paranoia and further violence.

Free Admission

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