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MixTapeTheatre 3, Tucson, AZ

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Running Time 60 minutes
First Time? New Participant
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Tags Comedy, Variety, Clown &
Mask, Family Friendly





Wednesday, May 29 @ 7:15pm
Friday, May 31 @ 7:15pm
Tuesday, June 4 @ 8:30pm
Thursday, June 6 @ 7:15pm
Saturday, June 8 @ 3:30pm


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A MixTape of performances exploring the theme of physical theatre.

As R.G. Chesterton unpacks his steamer trunk, he reveals the imaginative world it contains. Experience dancing creatures falling in love, acrobatic clowns performing a death-defying dive, and other surprising discoveries. It’s variety. It’s vaudevillesque. It’s a MixTape of original pieces that will delight, mystify, and awaken your sense of mirth.

“A charming evening of humor, theater, and acrobatic dance performed with intelligence.” ~Chuck Graham, Tucson Stage

“In its simplicity, it is grand. In its creativity, it is a pleasure. As a joint venture—because Walley and Horchem engage so genuinely with us—Theatre 3′s MixTape rocks.” ~Sherilyn Forrester, Tucson Weekly


The premiere of MixTape inspired local Tucson actors to try physical theatre. This led to us teaching a class in physical character creation, and the students in the class will create a short performance called MixTape: The B Side which will perform just before we come to Cincy!

Theatre 3 believes in embracing joy and the human experience to create original, imaginative works that serve and engage the community through collaboration and the expansion of the possibilities of performance.

Theatre 3 specializes in ensemble-created performances.The artists of Theatre 3 bring a passion for character, love for the physical, and spirit of exploration and discovery to all of their work.

Angela Horchem (Co-Artistic Director) In addition to her work with Theatre 3, Angela is also a mask-maker and teaching artist. She combines a background in team sports with a passion for theatre. Angela earned her M.A. in theatre from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and went on to study physical theatre at Dell’Arte International and performance in Bali, Indonesia. Other credits include roles at The Rogue Theatre, Live Theatre Workshop, the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, and guest-artist roles with companies across the country, including WONDERHEADS, National Headquarters, The Witching Hour, and Dell’Arte International.

Matt Walley (Co-Artistic Director) Matt is also a member of The Rogue Theatre’s acting ensemble. He teaches acting at The University of Arizona and other venues in the Tucson area. Matt is on the board of the Shakespeare Forum in New York City. He holds an M.F.A. in ensemble-based physical theatre from Dell’Arte International. Matt helped to found Etcetera in 2004 and was in the inaugural production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. Since then, he has performed with Wonderheads, Mabou Mines, Dell’Arte Company and over 500 stunt shows with the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros.

Past Fringe Festivals:


MixTape (Review) - by Stacy Sims

Make Cincinnati Weird

Fun for the Entire Family! - by Jean Lerma



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    May 7, 2013 6:52 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jon Kovach

    We're looking very much forward to performing alongside MixTape at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival´╗┐! Physical theatre can be so rewarding at festivals like these! Thanks for being such unique performers! Can't wait to see the performance! Best wishes!

    Unity Productions´╗┐
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    May 29, 2013 7:18 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Emily Windler

    Can't wait to see it tonight!!! 

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    June 8, 2013 4:35 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Tim Meier

    This show is so sweet and funny. The musical hat part with audience participation is great. The musical choices are wonderful and very fun. The entrance and exit of these 2 fine actors to start and end the show is very original and entertaining. It is a must see show and is family friendly.


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