Tucson Labyrinth Project in collaboration with


Something Something Theatre Company Presents Apples In Winter

Contact: Joan O’Dwyer, info@somethingsomethingtheatre.com, 520-468-6111.

For Tickets: https://www.somethingsomethingtheatre.com/store/p30/apples-tickets.html

More information: https://sites.google.com/site/tucsonlabyrinthprojectapples/

Tucson Labyrinth Project, in collaboration with Something Something Theatre Company, presents Apples in Winter by Jennifer Fawcett. November 27 -30 and December 1-15 at 7:30 p.m.; (Sundays at 2:00 p.m.) at Community Playhouse, 1881 N. Oracle Road.

Apples in Winter, a one-person play, features Roxanne Harley as Miriam and is directed by Barclay Goldsmith.

Performances: November 27 -30 and December 1-15, 2019. Tickets available at, https://www.somethingsomethingtheatre.com/store/p30/apples-tickets.html

$25 general admission, $20 for students, seniors, teachers and military.  Playing time 70


More information: https://sites.google.com/site/tucsonlabyrinthprojectapples/


Miriam, who lives in a state with the death penalty, bakes a pie for her son’s last meal. 22 years ago Robert committed murder and was convicted and sentenced to death. Under unusual circumstances Miriam reflects on the story of their lives and those affected by the crime, the marriage she had with Robert’s father, and Robert’s addiction. As she bakes the pie, Miriam confronts memories and grapples with the complexities of unconditional love with genuine fear of and for her child.


Jennifer Fawcett is the winner of the National New Play Network (NNPN) Smith Prize (best political play) and the Susan Glaspell Award for Apples in Winter, the NEFA National Theater Project (with her company Working Group Theatre) for Out of Bounds, the Kennedy Center’s National Science Playwriting Award for Atlas of Mud, and she was nominated for the ATC/Steinberg New Play Award for Birth Witches.

 She is a co-founder of Working Group Theatre, an award-winning company whose methodology blends interview-based material with fictional stories to create plays that are highly theatrical but grounded in the experiences of the audience.

Jennifer is also a doula and an expat Canadian, who lives in Albany NY with her husband and son.”