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Red Earth Theatre provides a stage to inspire and nurture many voices through live performance, and encourages dialogue exploring the human condition in our diverse communities.
Based in Northern Arizona, Verde Valley-Cottonwood-Sedona region

NOVEMBER 27TH 2022 NEWSLETTER
https://mailchi.mp/redearththeatre/thanks-giving-and-looking-forward?e=5b6f58a520

Some Posters of Previous Shows! 

See how YOU can support Red Earth Theatre HERE
or use the Donate Button Above

Red Earth was deeply grateful to receive a $20,000 grant from the Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation
for  a 12 month series of programs with the Prescott VA beginning November 2019 through mid-2021
See Journey Through Imagination #1 Video here
See #2 video
here:

To Our Community

Keeping Our Promise - Connecting Community Through Live Performance

Red Earth Theatre has emerged form the challenges of the last two years in good shape.  After cancelling two 2020 productions, we  brought our creativity and love of storytelling through theatre to the virtual/digital medium. Please visit Red Earth Theatre YouTube

We are back live with performances in the arches of Tlaquepaque and a production indoors on the Studio Theatre at  Rock High School.We are deeply grateful for all the support we received. YOU have kept us creating and connected.

Our mission remains as it has always been. Red Earth Theatre provides a platform to inspire and nurture many voices through live performance, and encourages dialogue exploring the human experience in our diverse communities.

The fall-out from the intensity of the pandemic and associated challenges as wall as the loss of loved ones, continues to be something we are dealing with. We know that creativity and sharing community can provide solace, reprieve and often healing. We intend to offer that through our work in Sedona and Verde Valley.

We look forward to seeing you in person at your convenience and when you are comfortable. Stay in touch and remember to tell the stories and play.

Thank you,
Kate Hawkes and The Red Earth Board.