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The How and the Why

“Jasmine Roth infused Something Something Theatre's “The How and the Why” with tension and deep contrasts, which helped make the play enthralling."

“The How and the Why,” Sarah Treem’s dense and challenging play staged by Something Something Theatre kept audiences’ deep attention.”

https://tucson.com/entertainment/the-best-of-the-year-on-tucson-stages/article_a76e8a91-1936-5a24-85ea-09447583c6d1.html

“The How and the Why” … shows no fear: It has taken on Sarah Treem’s dense and challenging play, packed with biology and feminism and big ideas. … Their discussions about menstruation, obligations and the grandmother hypothesis are never dull thanks to the well-rooted work these two actors have done. Director Jasmine Roth saw that the story moved swiftly and clearly.

https://tucson.com/entertainment/on-stage-march-1-7/article_23dfe689-bcc7-53a2-b8df-b5020a3b405a.html

What Every Girl Should Know

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Reform School Girls | Arts: Feature  - A lot to commend in this production of What Every Girl Should Know : It’s 1914, and in New York City...

 

“it never stops mesmerizing, thanks to the insightful work of director Jasmine Roth. She put together a cast that embodies the innocence and struggles of young women: Ellie Boyles, Kate Cannon, Robin Carson and Christine Peterson. There was not a false moment among them.”

Review: Set in 1914, 'What Every Girl Should Know' is as relevant as ever - Something Something's scores a winner with the play about sex and good sense.

 

”Something Something Theatre gave us a penetrating version of What Every Girl Should Know, a disturbing piece about the treatment of poor young girls in 1914 New York City.”

 

Grand Stage | Review - Looking back at the best productions of the year as the curtain closes on 2017 : For me, the year h...

Matilda

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Director, Jasmine Roth (right) and Beverly Ihli, Stage Manager, discuss prop placement on the set of “Matilda the Musical.” The play is produced through Arizona Theater Company's Summer on Stage. It will be performed at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave.

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Musical and tragedy on stage at Temple | Entertainment | tucson.com - The ATC Summer on Stage program culminates with two productions: The tragedy "Macbeth" and...

Macbeth

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Musical and tragedy on stage at Temple | Entertainment | tucson.com - The ATC Summer on Stage program culminates with two productions: The tragedy "Macbeth" and...

Jasmine's Work in Education

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ATC’s commitment to education extends to free classes for teens - Growing up, Jasmine Roth didn’t have the means to take theater classes. As Arizona Theatre Company’s director of education, she wants to make sure there isn’t a child in the city in the same situation.

 

TCG’s Veterans & Theatre Institute Launches Arizona Program - https://www.tcg.org/Default.aspx?TabID=6710

Grant provides for Arizona Theatre Company residencies in Chandler schools -  “We are deeply grateful for the support of the Applied Materials Foundation in our ability to bring these theatre-based creative opportunities into classrooms in Chandler,” said ATC Director of Learning & Education Jasmine Roth. 

Music Man (Assistant Director)

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Review: ATC’s ‘Music Man’ a joyous theatrical experience - Acting, music, choreography exemplary in classic, Tony Award-winning musical

BWW Review: Arizona Theatre Company Presents THE MUSIC MAN ~ A Triumph of Showmanship! - David Ivers, Arizona Theatre Company's Artistic Director, has taken Meredith Willson's THE MUSI...

 

The making of a musical: What it takes to bring 'The Music Man' to a Tucson stage - Get a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to stage the massive musical.

The Music Man Comes To Town | Review - Stars and rising stars of the theater world lend their talents to Arizona Theatre Company’s latest..