Daily Archives: January 23, 2018

Unscrewed Theater to celebrate 4th Anniversary

UNSCREWED THEATER’S 4th ANNIVERSARY!

January 25, 26, & 27, 2018

 “On January 30, 2014, Unscrewed Theater opened at 3244 E Speedway Blvd, becoming Tucson’s first theater devoted exclusively to the art of improvisation and improv comedy. NOW, to celebrate its 4th Anniversary Weekend, Unscrewed Theater is preparing to give Tucson a sample of EVERYTHING it has to offer!

 Advance Tickets at: https://www.unscrewedtheater.org/events/

 Thursday, January 25th – 7:30pm

From The Top – Unscrewed Theater’s Musical House Team

From The Top creates a full-length improvised musical from ONE audience suggestion! It’s an amazingly addictive combination that will keep you coming back for more!

 Friday, January 26th

7:30pm – Family-Friendly Improv Show with Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

Since 2002, Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed has been entertaining children of ALL AGES in Tucson with its fast-paced improv games and scenes. Similar to Whose Line Is It Anyway? NBOJU incorporates audience suggestions and participation to create a different improv experience at every show!

 9:15pm- 4th Friday Free Form Fight Night

Four improv teams compete against each other in hilarious head-to-head battles with the winners facing off to be crowned the monthly improv victor! The audience decides who moves on to the next round, and chooses the champion.

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Smoke ’em If You Got ’em: #AZLeg Considers 15 Marijuana Bills

medical marijuanaFive Arizona Legislators have proposed 15 different bills to regulate … or deregulate… the use of cannabis in Arizona, and there could be more.

Senator David Farnsworth and Rep. Vince Leach want more regulation of small businesses in the cannabis industry and increased law enforcement against citizens who use a plant that never killed anyone. (The specter of the Nanny State rises again in the text of these regulation bills.)

Reps. Mark Cadenas and Pamela Powers Hannley (me) want decriminalization of possession of small amounts of marijuana and want to make medical marijuana cards more affordable.

Senator Sonny Borrelli is bringing back industrial hemp bill, which passed with flying colors in 2017, only to be vetoed by Governor Ducey.

Two of Leach’s bills will be heard in committee this week– HB2064 in Commerce and HB2067 in Health. Details on all 15 below.

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