May 2020

Fri
15
May

Letter’s End

10:30 am - 11:40 am
The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre,
738 N 5th Ave
Tucson

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Presented by The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre

On his inspiration for Letter’s End, Bowart says “I’ve always been interested in memory – how at times it tumbles out like Fibber McGee’s closet and other times seems elusive, stuffed away in an old package in the attic. The story begins with a man inhabiting a slightly off-kilter dead letter office, but then becomes something altogether unexpected. Ultimately a wondrous and poignant journey down a most magical memory lane, where mops sneeze and storks swoop in bearing gifts and trees grow out of shoes, Bowart’s performance inspired Canberra critic Wendy Brazil to remark “you will be mesmerized … he will make you laugh, he will make you sigh, and and you will be enchanted by his every move.”

Seats Available: 100
Grades: K-12
Length: 70 minutes
Arrival Time: 10:00 am
Run Time: 10:30 am – 11:40 am

Study Guide: Coming Soon

Parking: The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre front door is accessible from the back parking lot of The Historic Y, located off of Herbert (the alley off of University Blvd between 4th and 5th Avenue. You can also access the theater from The Historic Y entrance on 5th Avenue (738 N 5th). Buses can park at Catalina Park after dropping students off.

Lunch Options: Food, gum, and beverages are not permitted in the theater. Groups are welcome to eat lunch onsite in the courtyard of The Historic Y building and must let us know in advance.