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Class 6 Theatre proudly presents season#7:

September 30th - October 4th, 2015:

 The Complete History of Class 6 Theatre (Abridged), by Eric Schoen


 A Life in the Theatre, by David Mamet

Directed by:  Eric Schoen

The 70-minute, double-header event of a lifetime

In one action-packed evening, every evening


November 4th - November 22nd, 2015:

 The Taming, by Lauren Gunderson

Directed by:  Amanda Noel Trombley

 Failure:  A Love Story, by Philip Dawkins

Directed by:  David Dickinson

 Our fall repertory event, on alternating nights, featuring two hilarious and romantic Arizona premieres


March 23rd - April 3rd, 2016:

 Macbeth, by William Shakespeare

Directed by:  Eric Schoen

 Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow...


Individual tickets go on sale in August, but Class 6 ration cards are on sale now for just $75 until July 31st.  As a ration card holder, your $75 donation gets you free admission to all of our mainstage productions + all three of our staged reading events, which we will announce a little bit later.  Save time, money, and effort with your ration card.  Just make your purchase through our secure PayPal donation link at the top of this page, or via USPS to the address below.  We'll send you a receipt, set up your tickets at will call, and all you have to do is show up on your night.  It's that easy.   

Class 6 Theatre

3001 N Randolph Rd., #GF-219

Phoenix, AZ  85014

We have 25 ration card holders already.  Join the ranks of this elite group of donors and help us begin our season#7 in grand fashion!


Brave new world:  season#7 is HERE! 

Fun fact:  tickets for our first show [including the world premiere of The Complete History of Class 6 Theatre (abridged)] go on sale in August.  

Fun fact #2:  There are 25 Class 6 Ration Card holders already.  And you can join them this month for the low price of $75. 

Surprise fun fact teaser:  HUGE announcement the first week of August.  Sign up for our mailing list to find out what it is.

But, wait, there's more...