Two strangers meet in an Irish pub for the first and last time.

Play FIVE in our '18-19 Season for Scoundrels.

Runs May 16 - June 2nd, 2019

In a Belfast pub run by Polish immigrant Robert, bar patron Jimmy nurses a pint, waiting.  Jimmy is agitated, and when Ian enters, we learn why: 36 years ago, when both men were teenagers, Ian lobbed a bomb into this same pub, killing six men suspected of being IRA sympathizers—including Jimmy’s father. 

Owen McCafferty has woven together a play that unfolds with an intensity that, in the intimate studio theater of the Scoundrel & Scamp, will immerse us into the world of 'The Troubles'. Quietly raises powerful questions about redemption and and whether even decades later, one can forgive the unforgivable. 

Directed by Bryan Rafael Falcón

 

Showtimes:
Thursday, May 16 @ 7:30pm (Preview)
Friday, May 17 @ 7:30pm (Preview)
Saturday, May 18 @ 7:30pm (Opening)
Sunday, May 19 @ 2:00pm

Thursday, May 23 @ 7:30pm
Friday, May 24 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, May 25 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, May 26 @ 2:00pm

Thursday, May 30 @ 7:30pm
Friday, May 31 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, June 1 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, June 2 @ 2:00pm (Closing)

Location: The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre at The Historic Y
738 N 5th Avenue, Tucson, AZ, 85705
Enter from the parking lot behind The Historic Y (parking lot entrance off of Herbert Avenue)

Runtime: One hour and fifteen minutes with no intermission.

Audience: Best enjoyed by Scoundrels ages 14+.  
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Ticket Prices
$28 General Admission
$20 if you are under 30
$15 Student & Teacher

Questions? Call our Box Office at 448-3300. 


Our Artistic Team

 

Direction

Direction
Bryan Rafael Falcón

Cast

Robert.....................................................Karl Haas
Jimmy.....................................................Christopher Younggren
Ian.............................................................Ryan Parker Knox
 

Designers

Set Design
Bryan Rafael Falcón

Light Design
Brian Graham

Sound Design
Tiffer Hill

 

Production Staff

Dramaturgy
Laura Farrel-Wortman

Managing & Co-Artistic Director
Elizabeth Falcón

Artistic & Co-Managing Director
Bryan Rafael Falcón

Resident Stage Manager          
Tiffer Hill

Sound and Light Supervisor
Brian Graham

Box Office Manager
Holly Griffith

Resident House Manager
Leigh Moyer


Bios

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BRYAN RAFAEL FALCÓN

Bryan (Director) is Co-founder and Artistic Director at the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre.  Bryan is an award-winning director (MFA Directing, Western Illinois, 2001) and tech entrepreneur with a passion for both education and building and scaling successful organizations.  

At the S&S Bryan has directed Two Plays for Lost Souls: The Love Talker & The Yellow Wallpaper, Oscar Wilde's Salomé, There is a Happiness That Morning Is and A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney, for which he won the 2017 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award for Best Director.

Bryan served as Artistic Director for two Indiana-based theatre companies, New World Arts and the Backporch Theatre Company. He served as a director and set designer for numerous shows, including The Carthaginians, Lysistrata, Cloud Tectonics, Night Mother, Bug, Marisol, Love Letters, Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, and Romeo and Juliet.

In Tucson, Bryan has directed at The Rogue Theatre, including The New Electric Ballroom and Awake and Sing. He was recognized as Best Director (2012 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award) for the show The Night Heron.

Bryan serves as board president of the Tucson-based Southwest Folklife Alliance, and as a board member at The Rogue Theatre. 

 
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KARL HAAS

Karl (Robert) returns to the S&S where his last show was Salomé. He performed 21 roles in Arizona this year: a SAG film, Girl Wired (Sergeant Jones), Ransomed (Professor Benson), many short films, an Arizona Dairy Commercial (Coach), a Video Game mod for Vampire: The Masquerade (The Regent), Gaslight in Elf'd (Santa), LTW in The Cripple of Inishmaan (Babbybobby), Roadrunner  in Tucson Follies (MC), Curious Savage (Judge Samuel Savage). Karl's next show is with Arizona Rose in Spamalot (King Arthur). Karl earned a BFA in Voice Performance, and an MS in Management.  He is a Lieutenant-Colonel, US Army (Ret.), a financial advisor (9 yrs), and now acts full-time. Karl thanks his wife, Kathy, and his friends!

 
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CHRISTOPHER YOUNGGREN

A Tucson native, Christopher (Jimmy) was involved in theater from Los Angeles to New York City for over thirty years, before finally returning home. He was last seen at the S&S as Herod in Oscar Wilde's Salomé. He has been seen in Live Theatre Workshop‘s The Voice of the Prairie (2017 Best Actor Mac Award winner) and Move Over Mrs. Markham (2015 Best Actor Mac award nominee), Invisible Theatre's Indoor Outdoor, Arizona Rose's The Odd Couple and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and several villainous roles at The Gaslight Theatre, from Lord Vader to Lord Voldemort. Big love to Meag and the boys.

 

Ryan Parker Knox

Ryan (Ian) is a member of The Rogue Theatre's Acting Ensemble.  Some of his favorite roles include Septimus Hodge in Arcadia, Guildenstern in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, and Joe Pitt in Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches. Ryan came to Tucson from South Dakota, after a 10+ year tenure in Minnesota’s Twin Cities during which time he appeared in over 80 productions throughout the state.  Quietly is Ryan's debut at the Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre.

 
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Brian Graham

Brian Graham (Sound and Light Supervisor & Light Design) is a candidate for a BFA in Theatre Production; Design and Technology, with an emphasis in Lighting Design from The University of Arizona. 

 
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Tiffer Hill

Christopher “Tiffer” Hill (Resident Stage Manager & Sound Design) is excited to be entering his second season with Scoundrel & Scamp. After a brief stint as a vocal performance major at the University of Arizona, he began working as a stagehand at the Gaslight Theatre starting in 2012. He continued working there full-time for the next five and a half years at the pace of at least eight shows a week, eventually stage managing 21 productions including favorites such as Arizona Smith and the Relic of Doom, Spider-Guy, and Ghostblasters! Favorites from S&S’s first season include An Unproduced Screenplay About The Death Of Walt Disney, Mr Burns: a post-electric play, and Oaf. Tiffer also served as lighting designer for the 2018 Tucson Fringe Festival and the 2018 Bennett TheatreLab Festival of Plays.

 
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Holly Griffith

Holly Griffith (Box Office Manager & Artistic Associate) is directing her 2nd production at The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre, This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing having directed Brian Friel's Lovers this past summer. She also teaches theatre for young people at Scoundrel and acting at the University of Arizona. Holly is a 5th year member of the Acting Ensemble next door at The Rogue Theatre. Favorite productions there include Three Tall WomenCelia, A Slave, A House of Pomegranates, The White Snake, Uncle VanyaBy the Bog of Cats, and Hamlet. Holly holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Arizona, and has a fierce interest in the history, culture, and literary tradition of Ireland.

 
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Leigh Moyer

Leigh (Resident House Manager) began her foray into house management in 2009 with The Rogue Theatre and has, at one point or another, filled every front of house roles from baking cookies before the show to sweeping up the crumbs after a performance. She joined The Scoundrel & Scamp team in their 2017 inaugural season and is excited to be a part of the Theatre’s growth. She is an artist for fun, a writer professionally, and a helper compulsively. Leigh is a passionate activist and Tucson enthusiast and enjoys doing the work that make Tucson and the world a better place for everyone. She is a proud pet parent, a planner, and possibly the worst vegan ever. Leigh got a BA in History, with a minor in Linguistics, from the University of Arizona. So far that has mostly garnered her friends and colleagues stories about the War of 1812 they never wanted to hear.