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
partly funded by a grant from the Arizona Community Foundation-Sedona for 2017-18-19
See how YOU can support Red Earth Theatre HERE
or use the Donate Button Above
and thank you to Red Earth Sponsor
Red Earth is deeply grateful to receive a $20,000 grant from the Norther Arizona Healthcare Foundation
for a 12 month series of programs with the Prescott VA beginning November this year.
(More information to come)
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Go to Events for more information.
Find out what plays we are doing through our newsletter or by checking this website.
Photos of previous shows
A Video Message from our Artistic Director
To Our Community
As an organization dedicated to community and well-being by bringing people together in real time and space, this was a been a difficult decision until we realized that practicing social isolation for the time being serves our community best.
Therefore, Red Earth Theatre has elected to suspend our upcoming shows and events, with some dates in mind to reschedule in the future. We are beyond grateful for the support we receive from all of you – our performers, audiences, staff and volunteers – and want to keep you well and healthy through these unprecedented times.
This means that the third Thursday shows at Tlaquepaque will be suspended as we work out how to bring them to you digitally.
Pink Nectar Café has been rescheduled. We anticipate it will be our 2020-2021 season opener in September (16-18) outdoors at Tlaquepaque.
Quilters (May 8-10 at OTCA) is rescheduled for October 8-10.
We will keep you updated.
We are not disappearing and are developing online means to say in touch and bring the performing arts to you. It is in times of anxiety and uncertainty we need to come together, with the energy of the arts to reach our spirit and calm the emotional turmoil more than ever. As a creative organization we can do it virtually. Stay Tuned!
Please also find our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/redearththeatresedona/) where we will be sharing online performances and opportunities for you share your creativity. And we will be finally doing something with the YouTube Channel we have (Red Earth Theatre - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA3NL0_OWF23mzg6kXl0gdw ) Bookmark that page.
Bringing groups of people together is not only our passion, but the way Red Earth survives. We have spent a certain amount on each show that is now in hiatus with no income and when produced in the future will incur additional costs.
If you already purchased a ticket and are willing to donate your ticket price, we would gratefully give you the tax-deductible receipt. We invite you to consider making a meaningful gift to cover ongoing operating costs and help us meet the production costs incurred thus far without ticket income. In this time of uncertainty, we count on our community to take action and support the arts organizations that are here now and will be in the future. Click here to make a one-time gift. Every contribution makes a difference. Thank you for your support!
Finally, be your own performer - write poems, sing songs, dance. Keep your heart open and fear at bay. The community exists even when you can’t sit beside it in front of a stage – it is all around you.
Kate Hawkes and Red Earth Board
Pink Nectar Cafe - look for us in September Wedesday 16-Friday 19, outdoors at Tlaquepaque
The Tlaquepaque series-3rd Thursday each month.
Look for readings from shows past and present coming soon!
COMING IN OCTOBER
QUILTERS - 8-10th
See Cast List and more at Events
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