Unscrewed Theater announced their big move

On Saturday night 3/3/18, the funny improv comedy folks at Unscrewed Theater (aka Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed) announced their upcoming theater move down the street on Speedway Blvd.  It was a well kept secret for months, but they finally signed the lease to the new venue at:

Executive Director Chris Seidman (on the right) announcing the big move, photos courtesy of Jon Scanlon

Their previous location, 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. (across from the Loft Cinema)  is being demolished.  They were at that locale for over 4 years, and will remain there performing at least till March 31.

Watch for their grand opening celebration later this Spring, which will be loads of fun. The new location is between Columbus Blvd. and  Swan Rd. , still in midtown.


More info: www.unscrewedtheater.org.

FB: https://www.facebook.com/UnscrewedTheater/

7 responses to “Unscrewed Theater announced their big move

  1. The current location is being demolished?

    • Only the UT theater space is going, but Fronimo’s and the rest are staying apparently per the UT people. Guilin was already demolished to the east a while ago. Not sure why.

  2. Carolyn Classen

    Drove by 4500 E. Speedway Blvd. complex, and easily noticed #39 — in the front for sure. No more back door comedy….

  3. Kind of a long karmic return….that’s on the site of the old Midway Drive in, if I’m not mistaken.

    • Carolyn Classen

      Don’t remember any Midway Drive In, so must have been before we moved here in 1987. Looking forward to seeing UT’s new home. Stay tuned for the Grand Opening.

      • Marylka Pattison

        1987! I always figured you were a native Carolyn. You’re smarter than all those local TV & radio reporters!

        • Carolyn Classen

          No, I’m a a native of the State of Hawaii, only in Arizona for 30 plus years. Thank you — I’m just a realistic blogger, due to years of hanging out with Democratic activists. I also learned from one of the best and perhaps one of the longest serving U.S. Senators (Dan Inouye).