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Tony Terry

President, Producer

Gaslight Print Shop

Direct Phone: (520) ***-****direct phone

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Employment History

Member, Theater Program

University of Arizona


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www.azstarnet.com

Gaslight owner Tony Terry said he's glad to offer his facilities and staff to help.
He knows Parkhurst and her family through the Southern Arizona Junior Golf Association that Parkhurst's dad began and Terry's children play in. They do all the work for the shows put on at the Gaslight Theatre, which Terry founded. "They're used to quick alterations and changes. It's right up their alley," Terry said.


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Tony TerryPresident, Gaslight Theater


www.azstarnet.com

"What we offer is family-friendly entertainment, an experience that families can have together almost any night of the week," said owner Tony Terry Jr., who founded the company 29 years ago. "We have all original shows, productions, costumes, lyrics, you name it," said Terry, a savvy producer who knows that you don't have to pay expensive royalties if you write your own shows. Comedy veterans such as Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner knew what audiences reacted to, just as Tony Terry Jr., Peter Van Slyke, and scene designer Tom Benson know what works for their theater, Dorr said. After leaving the University of Arizona's theater program in 1977, founder Tony Terry Jr. left Tucson to take a job as a tour-bus operator in Skagway, Alaska. There were hundreds of tourists getting off tour liners and heading into the town, but there weren't a lot of entertainment venues for them, Terry said.That's when the idea for the Mighty Moose Melodrama Theatre was created.He called UA theater cohorts Howard Allen and Tom Benson and together they started the company and staged "GOLD Fever! or Danger at Bonanza Creek!" But after a long, cold summer and an unprofitable run, the trio decided to come back to Tucson. Not wanting to give up, Terry asked his brother Tom Hill to help open The Gaslight Theatre in an old red barn at Trail Dust Town on Tanque Verde Road. Terry also owns the Gaslight Print Shop and the Gaslight Costume Rental Shop. The planners Here's a closer look at the movers and shakers behind Tucson's most reliable laugh factory:The impresario Tony Terry Jr., 53, likes to show off the silly side of life for multigenerational audiences.That's been the Gaslight's mission since it opened in 1977. Terry, the theater's founder, owner and producer, heads a staff of about 150 employees, including those who work at Little Anthony's Diner and Grandma Tony's Pizza.Terry said everyone - artists, actors, waiters, staff and audiences - contributes to the Gaslight's success."I want shows that bring families closer together," he said."I like seeing 3- to-4-year-olds laughing their heads off with their grandparents." "It's like a jigsaw puzzle, putting everything together," said Gawne, whose dad is Tony Terry Jr. "I've probably seen every show since I was born."


www.azstarnet.com

"What we offer is family-friendly entertainment, an experience that families can have together almost any night of the week," said owner Tony Terry Jr., who founded the company 29 years ago. "We have all original shows, productions, costumes, lyrics, you name it," said Terry, a savvy producer who knows that you don't have to pay expensive royalties if you write your own shows. Comedy veterans such as Chevy Chase and Gilda Radner knew what audiences reacted to, just as Tony Terry Jr., Peter Van Slyke, and scene designer Tom Benson know what works for their theater, Dorr said. After leaving the University of Arizona's theater program in 1977, founder Tony Terry Jr. left Tucson to take a job as a tour-bus operator in Skagway, Alaska. There were hundreds of tourists getting off tour liners and heading into the town, but there weren't a lot of entertainment venues for them, Terry said.That's when the idea for the Mighty Moose Melodrama Theatre was created.He called UA theater cohorts Howard Allen and Tom Benson and together they started the company and staged "GOLD Fever! or Danger at Bonanza Creek!" But after a long, cold summer and an unprofitable run, the trio decided to come back to Tucson. Not wanting to give up, Terry asked his brother Tom Hill to help open The Gaslight Theatre in an old red barn at Trail Dust Town on Tanque Verde Road. Terry also owns the Gaslight Print Shop and the Gaslight Costume Rental Shop. The planners Here's a closer look at the movers and shakers behind Tucson's most reliable laugh factory:The impresario Tony Terry Jr., 53, likes to show off the silly side of life for multigenerational audiences.That's been the Gaslight's mission since it opened in 1977. Terry, the theater's founder, owner and producer, heads a staff of about 150 employees, including those who work at Little Anthony's Diner and Grandma Tony's Pizza.Terry said everyone - artists, actors, waiters, staff and audiences - contributes to the Gaslight's success. "I want shows that bring families closer together," he said."I like seeing 3- to-4-year-olds laughing their heads off with their grandparents." "It's like a jigsaw puzzle, putting everything together," said Gawne, whose dad is Tony Terry Jr. "I've probably seen every show since I was born."


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A big thanks to Tony Terry of the Gaslight Theater for his generosity with the tickets and raffle items.


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