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What's playing the Arizona Repertory Theatre during the 2016-17 season

There's no need to take a trip to Broadway with such a fantastic theater program right here at the UA. The Arizona Repertory Theatre offers superb acting complimented by outstanding stage props, lighting and engaging sound effects, all presented by UA students and faculty.

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