Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre announces remaining shows

Posted 11/16/21

During the All Together Now performance on Nov. 14, Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre announced the shows that will be produced during the remainder of its 2021-22 season.

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Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre announces remaining shows

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During the All Together Now performance on Nov. 14, Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre announced the shows that will be produced during the remainder of its 2021-22 season.

Held at Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre, featuring young performers from across the Valley of the Sun,
Ellen Versen, executive director, and Walt Versen, artistic director, shared titles in the categories of Mainstage Theatre productions, Teen Theatre productions, Youth Theatre productions, and Actor’s Cafe productions.

Mainstage, teen, and youth productions will be performed in DST’s 219-seat Cullity Hall, according to a press release, describing the DST Actor’s Cafe is a 56-seat venue, which is for smaller, more intimate productions.

The new DST management team is said to want to make DST a “creative, safe, and supportive place where artists are encouraged to grow in their craft,” the release noted, adding how DST looks for shows that will attract new audience members who will be entertained and/or challenged by the works presented.

The beginning of the artistic planning process includes matching directors to shows in combinations that will create excitement around the show for artists and audiences, the release said, adding most of the shows’ directors were also announced at Sunday’s event.

Desert Stages Theatre, established in 1995, is an award-winning, nonprofit performing arts theatre located in Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall.

Visit DesertStages.org for more information.

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