"Mrs. Dalloway" runs April 28 – May 15, 2022. (Thursday – Saturday @ 7:30 P.M. / Saturday & Sunday @ 2:00 P.M.)
courtesy The Rogue Theatre
Featured on the April 28th, 2022 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- The Rogue Theatre’s new production of Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway begins this week. Meet the director and stars, and find out the unique way this novel - that contains very little dialogue - was adapted for the stage by Rogue co-founder Cindy Meier. Also, lead actors Cynthia Jeffrey and Joseph McGrath perform a short scene from the play.
Cynthia Jeffery and Joseph McGrath in The Rogue Theatre production of "Mrs. Dalloway".
- Explore a different side of desert geology through the poetry of Susan Cummins Miller. Her latest collection is called Making Silent Stones Sing, published by Finishing Line Press.
Roberts Mountains, Nevada.
Susan Cummins Miller
"Making Silent Stones Sing" by Susan Cummins Miller.
courtesy Finishing Line Press
- Arizona Spotlight contributor Adiba Nelson returns to share an excerpt from her new book Ain’t That a Mother: Postpartum, Palsy, and Everything in Between. published by Blackstone Publishing. It recounts the first step on her motherhood journey: coming to terms with the fact that her daughter was on her way, regardless of whether Adiba was ready or not.
Author and essayist, Adiba Nelson.
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- And, listen to Robin Rettmer share memories of her friend and mentor Naya Arbiter, who passed away in March at age 69. Arbiter founded & shaped the Amity Foundation addiction treatment program in Tucson, and garnered a reputation as a trailblazing community leader.