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Thursday 27th 6pm

A Legacy of Innocence
by Reed Harvey

– A timely play that examines the use of power, through propaganda and violence, to suppress others who do not think or believe as those in power want them to think or believe. The unearthing of an 800-year old journal leads a young woman, on a path of discovery. Through the eyes of her sister-in-spirit, she examines a little known historical event that helped to shape Western institutions and thought.  She finds that not much has changed in 800 years.

Join us for the premier public reading of this brand new play at 6pm, Thurdsay 27th, online.

REED HARVEY (Playwright)
Reed’s other plays include, The Essence of Communication (Actors Theatre, Santa Rosa) Post Dramatic Stress Disorder, (PlayGround),  The Speech, (Last Frontier Theatre Conference), K*ll the Playwright(2020 Emerging Playwrights Contest, Hon. Mention) and The Don of the New Millennium (in development).   As an actor, Reed has appeared on professional stages in the San Francisco Bay Area and on TV, including playing the Zodiac Killer, on Unsolved Mysteries.


Thursday 20th 6pm

Red Earth back at Tlaquepaque

Red Earth Theatre is excited to offer live performance again with social distancing and safe practices to our local communities in the Verde Valley.

This month Red Earth Theatre explores the Days Of August at Tlaquepaque on Thursday August 20th at 6pm with stories, poetry and music outdoors in the Patio de las Campanas

This show is currently available to watch at
and will be recorded and edited for the You Tube Channel.

Performers include Jill Trenholm, Sonja Whisman, Michael Gallagher, Terra Shelman, Cathy Ransom, Sandi Schenholm, Zeke Collins, and Kate Hawkes with musings on National Lemonade Day, National Radio Day, National Potato Day, National Senior Citizens Day and World Humanitarian Day.

Red Earth will continue to bring live performance to Tlaquepaque on the third Thursday of each month with limited seating for live audience. Stay in touch with us via this newsletter and at the website

A New Traveling Theatre Program

Available to come to Your Neighborhood!
Outdoor, live performance in your street.

What We Bring:
• 2-4 performers with a 45 minute show – music, poetry, theatre
+ open mic opportunity for those in the audience who would like to perform
• A simple sound system, 2 mics and sanitizer

What You Provide:
• A local host with a driveway or street facing deck
• An electric outlet
• Get the word out

You choose your social distancing measures.
(We recommend face masks, bring your own chairs and sit at appropriate distances.)

Contact:     or     928-399-0997
for More Information and to Make A Booking.

Fee: $150 (guaranteed minimum – ie: 15 audience at $10 each)

Support live performance, connect with your community, enjoy the outdoors – be safe.

Pink Nectar Cafe

Rescheduled to 2020

Directed By: Kate Hawkes and Amy Waddell
Live Music: Leah Bee
Performers include long time Red Earth favorites Terra Shelman, Joan Westmoreland, Dave Belkiewitz, Mitchell McDeromott, Ashlee Threlkeld and Mary Gladieux with Michael Cosentino, Zeke Collins and new to Red Earth’s main stage Maxwell Peters, Michael Gallagher, Abby Heydorn and, in his first performance with Red Earth, Buffalo Child as Grey Clouds.

‘Pink Nectar Café – A Theatrical Journey Through the Mysteries of the Wilderness, People and Dreams’

Pink Nectar Cafe


Rescheduled to 2020

Tricia Greer, Andrea Ferraz, Ashlee Threlkeld, Terra Shelman, Vanessa Jackson, Cathy Ransom, and Karla Stamps
Directed By: Kate Hawkes
Special Guest: Music Director/Pianist Mike Van Liew
Violinist: Sonja Whisman