Tucson, AZ---The Fox Tucson Theatre is pleased to announce the show lineup for May. Talented country star Lorrie Morgan opens the month, Blippi and Meekah present a fun show for kids, GRAMMY nominated Chris Isaak is sure to bring down the house, and Cinema Tucson brings us another recent release of an award-winning movie.  This is the time of the year when air-conditioned comfort plays a key role in Tucson fun – that, along with the best beverages and acoustic sound in the region makes a show at the Fox the ideal date.




May 02, 7:30pm- Lorrie Morgan Ruby Anniversary Tour

Lorrie Morgan is undeniably one of the most eloquently emotive American Country vocalists of modern times. The first woman in her genre to begin her career with three consecutive Platinum albums, she is back in the studio with award-winning producer Richard Landis, working on a new album. It is sure to be yet another collection showcasing the rainbow of emotions, from darkest heartache to bright, shiny humor, that is the hallmark of Morgan’s range. 


May 08, 6pm- Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour   

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This show is made possible by a grant from Angel Charity for Children.  A delightful evening of dance, song, and travel with Blippi and special guest Meekah as they discover what makes different cities unique and special. Will there be monster trucks, excavators, and garbage trucks galore? You bet! So get ready to shake those wiggles out and OJ Twist your way through this brand-new musical party!


May10, 7:30pm- Chris Isaak

Called “rockabilly’s greatest modern ambassador” by Rolling Stone, Chris Isaak’s legendary shows with his longtime band Silvertone have entertained tens of thousands of people for over two decades. Even his hair has its own fan club. Isaak has many different musical personas: the rockabilly rebel (“Dancin’,” “Baby Did A Bad, Bad Thing,” “Speak Of The Devil”), the brokenhearted crooner (“Wicked Game,” “Somebody’s Crying”), and the breezy acoustic storyteller (“San Francisco Days,” “Two Hearts”). It’s been 30 years since the release of his breakthrough classic “Wicked Game,” and the song remains one of the most covered songs in music.

Isaak’s film soundtrack credits include Wild at HeartBlue VelvetTrue Romance, and Eyes Wide Shut, and the California native has also done extensive work in front of the camera, including three seasons as the lead in The Chris Isaak Show on Showtime, hosted a music talk show The Chris Isaak Hour on BIO, and served as a judge on The X Factor Australia.  Called “rockabilly’s greatest modern ambassador” by Rolling Stone, Isaak’s 12th studio album, First Comes The Night, was released in 2015 to much critical acclaim. He is currently recording a new studio album in Nashville. His legendary shows with his longtime band Silvertone have entertained audiences for over three decades.


May 22, 7pm – Cinema Tucson presents Down the Rabbit Hole in partnership with Fox Tucson Theatre, Cinema Tropical, the UA Center for Latin American Studies, and the Consulate General of Mexico in Tucson. A film by Manolo Caro (Mexico, 2024, 102 min. In Spanish and English with English subtitles)


Immersed in opulence and culture, ten-year-old Tochtli revels in his eccentricities, from his love of hats and dictionaries to his fascination with samurais, guillotines, and all things French. Despite his lavish lifestyle, darkness looms over him due to his father's criminal pursuits. Yet, Yolcaut, portrayed by Manuel García Rulfo (renowned for his role as lawyer Mickey Haller in The Lincoln Lawyer), indulges his son’s every whim, even if it means acquiring an endangered Namibian pygmy hippo for his private zoo.


Based on the celebrated debut novel by Mexican author Juan Pablo Villalobos and adapted by Academy Award winner Nicolás Giacobone (Birdman), Down the Rabbit Hole delves into the dichotomy of privilege and peril. Directed by acclaimed Mexican writer-filmmaker Manolo Caro, known for Tales of an Immoral CouplePerfect Strangers, and the popular series The House of Flowers, this satirical dramedy navigates the complexities of Tochtli's world with poignant precision, offering a compelling exploration of innocence and corruption within a realm of extravagance. View the trailer at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0MOzYnNQP4&t=16s .


Fiesta en la Madriguera. Una película de Manolo Caro (México, 2024, 102 min. En español e inglés con subtítulos en inglés)

 Inmerso en la opulencia y la cultura, Tochtli, de diez años, se deleita con sus excentricidades, desde su amor por los sombreros y los diccionarios hasta su fascinación por los samuráis, las guillotinas y todo lo francés. A pesar de su lujoso estilo de vida, la oscuridad se cierne sobre él debido a las actividades criminales de su padre. Sin embargo, Yolcaut (interpretado por Manuel García Rulfo), satisface todos los caprichos de su hijo, incluso si eso significa adquirir un hipopótamo pigmeo de Namibia en peligro de extinción para su zoológico privado.


Basada en la célebre primera novela del autor mexicano Juan Pablo Villalobos y adaptada por el ganador del Oscar Nicolás Giacobone (Birdman), Fiesta en la madriguera profundiza en la dicotomía entre el privilegio y el peligro latente. Dirigida por el aclamado escritor y cineasta mexicano Manolo Caro, conocido por La vida inmoral de la pareja idealPerfectos desconocidos y la popular serie La casa de las flores, esta comedia dramática satírica navega por las complejidades del mundo de Tochtli con una precisión mordaz, ofreciendo una cautivadora exploración sobre la inocencia y la corrupción dentro de un ámbito de extravagancia.