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Rena Randall and the Due West Trio

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Vail Theatre of the Arts

is proud to present

Rena Randall

and the Due West Trio

Saturday, September 29, 2018

7:00 pm

 

Rena Randall

and The Due West Trio

Saturday, September 29 – 7:00 pm

 

 

Rena Randall and The Due West Trio

If you remember the music of The Sons of the Pioneers, Roy Rodgers, Gene Autry and other singing cowboys of the silver screen, then you are going to love the music of Rena Randall and The Due West Trio!
Together since the early 90’s and based in Tucson, Arizona, Rena Randall and the Due West Trio performs Western music in rich harmonies. Some of their music is vintage western, some modern western and some fine original tunes all celebrating the American cowboy and his life.
  • Rena Randall is a fifth generation native Tucsonan with a rich pioneer heritage. On stage, Rena plays tenor guitar and three-string and mountain dulcimers. In addition to being a fine songwriter, her vocal abilities and soaring range captivate western music lovers. That “pretty voice” has caused Rusty Richards, former member of the legendary Sons of the Pioneers to declare, “I have definitely become a fan”.
  • David Gibson, raised in Tucson, can also claim a long heritage in Arizona. Dave is a songwriter and a fine instrumentalist, playing stand-up bass, guitar and banjo. These talents, along with a pleasing vocal style in both lead and harmony, make him a valuable asset to the group.
  • Dave Bertoglio, born and raised in Southern California but with 1800’s Arizona Territory family history, offers guitar, harmonica, lead and harmony vocals. He also written some of the group’s songs.
  • Emily Holmes is the newest member of the group. Growing up in northern Utah, she started learning the fiddle at age 10. She toured with the bluegrass band “String Fever” for 12 years playing stand-up bass. Now living in Tucson, she has taken up the fiddle once again and enjoys playing with the Due West Trio.

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Advance Tickets: Orchestra section $17, Mezzanine section $12 (all fees included).

If not sold out, we will have tickets at the door: Orchestra section $20, Mezzanine section $15, cash or check only.

Handicap seating is available. Please call Richard at 879-3925 for information.

Note: The Vail Theatre of the Arts is located on the southeast side of Tucson, 2 miles north of I-10 and 2 miles south of Valencia, about 1/2 mile east of Houghton on Mary Ann Cleveland Way. Turn at the entrance to Empire High School. If you haven’t been to the theatre before, we strongly suggest visiting our location page .

EHS Photo retakes

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Vail Laughs Clean Comedy feat. Leslie Barton and Jessica Abrams

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Vail Theatre of the Arts

is proud to present

Vail Laughs Clean Comedy Show

Saturday, Sept 9, 2018

7:00 pm

 

Vail Laughs Clean Comedy Show

Featuring  

The Lovely Ladies of Laughter

Leslie Barton and Jessica Abrams

Saturday, Sept 9, 2018 – 7:00 pm

Vail Laughs

Vail Laughs is based on one simple idea:
 
Clean comedy for a good price.
Entertainment standards have definitely shifted over the years. As the world keeps moving faster, it takes more energy to get our attention in the noise. Unfortunately, much of our entertainment uses shock value and other cheap antics to get it. It’s almost a celebration of being rude and insulting, bringing the audience down right along with the entertainers.
But life is funny enough without having to be vulgar!
Think about this:
 
We drive to the gym so we can walk on a treadmill. We carry these high tech devices in our pockets, the knowledge of all the world at our fingertips and we use them to send each other videos of screaming goats. Or the irony of reaching adulthood and discovering our parents actually had a point about naps.
 
What a strange bunch of creatures we are!
 
Our award winning comedians are as committed to this ideal as we are, bringing you quality entertainment month after month and leaving behind all the vulgarity and cheap antics.  Quite simply, it’s high quality entertainment you can bring your entire family to. The most important decision you have for the evening is whether to leave the kids or the babysitter at home.

 

Leslie Barton is a stand-up comic. Since 2009, she has worked her way up the local comedy ladder the old-fashioned way with years of open mics, the occasional feature and headliner, and hosting whenever requested. Leslie hopes to help the world through laughter, and sarcasm. Mostly sarcasm.

 

 

Jessica Abrams is an actress, standup comic and writer. Her web series KNOCKING ON DOORS is in its third season (www.knocking-on-doors.com) and garnered accolades at the IndieFest Film Awards, Southern Shorts, and the International Independent Film Awards. She has performed standup in clubs all over the country (and even in Paris, France) and she’s shooting a comedy special this fall. Her full-length play “The Laughing Cow” received Pick of The Week by LA Weekly when it premiered in Los Angeles in 2012 and her play “Happy Returns”, part of the full-length play “The First to Know” was a finalist for the Heideman Award and premiered in the Planting the Seed Fest in Prescott, Arizona. She has also written on The Profiler and Watch Over Me as well as some reality shows only seen when channel-surfing late at night.

 

 

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Tickets will be sold at the door on the night of the show or at VailLaughs.com: Individuals $10, Families $30

For information call Richard at 879-3925.

Note: The Vail Theatre of the Arts is located on the southeast side of Tucson, 2 miles north of I-10 and 2 miles south of Valencia, about 1/2 mile east of Houghton on Mary Ann Cleveland Way. Turn at the entrance to Empire High School. If you haven’t been to the theatre before, we strongly suggest visiting our location page .

 

EHS Band/Choir logistics meeting

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