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  • 15 Beautiful Moons
  • 15 Beautiful Moons

    Kate Breakey's lunar images of love and loss are part of a great exhibit at Etherton
  • 21st Century Storytelling
  • 21st Century Storytelling

    The Institute for Collaborative Storytelling kicks off in Tucson
      The performing arts in general are by nature collaborative. For theater you have a play, actors, designers and then a director that coordinates all the elements into the director's vision of the piece. It's a similar story in film, but perhaps with even more rigid delineated roles. But as he met and communicated with other experts in conferences all over the country, Allen began to be attracted to a different approach to "creating story."
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  • A Fair Sheik
  • A Fair Sheik

    You’ll definitely get your money’s worth at the entertainment-packed production of Rise of the Sheik at Gaslight Theatre
      This is no hoity-toity off-Broadway angst fest where you view the stage through opera glasses with your pinky extended.
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  • A Reason to Remember
  • A Reason to Remember

    Trans Scripts offers a three-performance alook into the lives of six trans women
      At a time when transgender people are getting more attention in the pop culture spotlight, from Netflix's "Orange is the New Black" to Amazon's "Transparent" to the omnipresent Caitlyn Jenner, it's worth remembering that real life for many trans women and men is fraught with mortal danger.
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  • A Whole New Works
  • A Whole New Works

    TPAC funds individual artists focusing on unique, often interactive, works
      It's no small thing that the Tucson Pima Arts Council provides the opportunity to individual artists to receive grant funding unattached from a formal group or troupe or collective.
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  • Abstraction and Reality
  • Abstraction and Reality

    Two solo shows at MOCA examine art styles that are polar opposites
      "Twenty Four" is easily the most joyous work in Max Estenger's retrospective at MOCA Tucson.
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  • Answering Machine
  • Answering Machine

    Actorly gusto highlight a pleasing show about newspaper advice columnist
      Live Theatre Workshop's production of The Lady With All the Answers allows us to get a literally up-close glimpse of the down-to-earth advice mill that Ann Landers was for decades grinding people's problems into flour for their daily bread.
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  • Architecture Galore
  • Architecture Galore

    Two festivals highlight Tucson buildings past and present
      The three architects who did the most to bring modernism to Tucson were Art Brown, William Wilde and Nicholas Sakellar.
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  • Architecture, Glass Art and Dance
  • Architecture, Glass Art and Dance

    A trio of festivals get Tucson’s fall arts season under way
      A packed arts weekend kicks off Friday night with a provocative lecture on the modern architecture created out of the ashes of urban renewal.
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  • Art About Town
  • Art About Town

    Sneak peek at Steinfeld Warehouse highlights 11th Tucson Artists’ Open Studio Tour
      Positioned in a studio in a bright corner of the old Steinfeld Warehouse, Nancy Charak paints watercolor abstractions.
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  • Art Cruise Itinerary
  • Art Cruise Itinerary

    Sail to Six Art Spots in Central Tucson

      The mini-Jieun Park exhibition at Moen Mason is just one of six shows to visit during Summer Art Cruise. For this free annual summer event, multiple galleries in the Central Tucson Gallery Association fling open their doors during the cool of the evening, offering art, libations and other treats to land-bound art lubbers.

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  • Art Cruisin’
  • Art Cruisin’

    Six galleries launch an extravaganza of art on a summer night
      Imagine a hot summer night in Tucson and a quartet of skeletons hungry for chili dogs. Where would they go? Pat's Drive-In, of course.
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  • Art Tours
  • Art Tours

    TPAC’s Open Studio Tour is up and running this weekend
      Art fans can travel to the far corners of Tucson this weekend on a hunt for artists’ studios.
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  • Arte Sin Fronteras
  • Arte Sin Fronteras

    Two Paula Wittner exhibitions straddle the line in Ambos Nogales
  • Arts Shuffle
  • Arts Shuffle

    After nearly a decade promoting the local arts community, Roberto Bedoya, respected TPAC administrator, resigns
      "It's been nine years," Roberto Bedoya says. "I'm really proud of [Tucson Pima Arts Council], and what it's accomplished. I'm ready to go. I'm just exhausted."
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  • Audience Appeal
  • Audience Appeal

    TADA! Fest stages four readings with the hope that one is an audience winner
      Borderlands Theatre has always been committed to producing new works, and The Rogue Theatre on a regular basis adapts works of fiction into plays, as they did last season with some of Virginia Woolf’s work. Recently SheworXX was formed by a group that will emphasize creating and developing work by women. And just recently, the Community Players, a long time Tucson amateur theater group, announced that they were sponsoring for the first time a one-act play contest for Arizona playwrights. (Information can be found at www.communityplayerstucson.org.)
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  • August Love
  • August Love

    Arizona Theatre Company’s Fences by August Wilson brings the power of American theater and great storytelling to Tucson
      To say Arizona Theatre Company's production of August Wilson's Fences is powerful is to understate its depth and breadth. It's a good old-fashioned American play with a linear story told by solidly constructed characters.
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