Please Note, The Auction and Performances are Saturday Dec 3rd from 6 - 10 including Flight School Acrobatics, Dante Rosano and Golden Boots. The silent auction and performances including GSol, DJ Carl Hanni and the Wonderfools is Sunday Dec 4th from 6-9.
$15 entry fee per Kore's guidelines/ eligibility page -- http://www.korepress.org/KorePressShortFictionAward.htm
Do you mean 2 Lane Blacktop and not Bricktop????
The price for the fundraising dinner was listed incorrectly. The correct price is $10.00 and not $5.00. We are sorry for any confusion.
you mean "Milled into flour" not "flower"
Just a correction: The NEA is the National Endowment for the Arts, who provides grants to different cities across the United States in order to make Big Read programming possible. This event, like the other Big Read programming in Tucson thus far, is going to be a wonderful collaboration for our community!
Where did Chaz Cadaver and the Vultures go? Did they move away? Best show I ever saw.
Chaz Cadaver and the Vultures was the best band ever!
Thank you for correcting the information here. The link to this page, however, still says that the Friday concert will be at Unity Church. Could you change that as well? Thank you!
This event tool place on Sunday, November 6th. It was wonderful.
This was a wonderful and informative fair! I will definitely attend next year!
One of these venues has changed. The Friday, Nov. 11 7pm performance will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 4831 E. 22nd.
More like a theater production than a gory dark haunted house. Kind of campy, very fun!
What a fun way to spend an evening for a special outing! Tucson has so many hidden treasures and this is one of them. The show has huge entertainment value; bringing smart laughs, intriguing dance and of course MAGIC! Roland and Susan have fantastic chemistry and they demand your attention for the entire performance.
The small venue makes you feel like you are a part of the performance even if you are not chosen to be an audience participant for one of the many illusions presented throughout the night. We will go back again, and have not stopped telling our friends.
My Husband, Daughter and I LOVE LOVE LOVE magic, and have had no more magical and heartwarming experience than when spending our evenings with the lovely Roland and Susan who truly embody the whimsical "Carnival of Illusion"! It feels as though you've entered a mansion filled with curious family and friends, only to be captivated and mystified by two charming souls who leave you with the feeling that you've just witnessed magical illusions performed by 2 old friends who spent years abroad, telling colorful stories about their intruiges, just before dazzling everyone with spectacular yet intimate magic that leaves everyone equal parts amazed, dazzled, mystified, and somehow, laughing all together as though we'd all gathered for a Holiday dinner followed by magic in the parlor hidden away from everyone but us. It's our 2nd happy year, and sure to be our Annual Magic Pilgrimage every Autumn! Please note, this is such a special experience, and it's so vital for the pleasure of the entire audience that only children who can sit quietly, patiently, and can appreciate the stories & magic of this performance should consider attending. There are very real moments when it's essential for the audience to "hear a pin drop", and interact with our magicians appropriately, that I would caution families to consider everyone's experience before considering attending with children. Thank you Roland and Susan for finally selling your fabulous card boxes, and most of all, your SHOT GLASSES! We ran right home and filled our glass with little glass beads & baubles, and proudly display our whimsical glass for all of our guests to see! Can't wait to see you again next year, dying to hear another intruiging story of a distant land where you've brought back to us yet more fabulous parlor magic! Everyone must try this very special experience, and make Carnival of Illusion your yearly pigrimage to Magic Mecca! Niki, Charlie and Athena
A delightful evening! Grins on every face in the audience. A unique experience and such a pleasure to watch two charismatic performers who so obviously love what they're doing! My 9 year old son, who sometimes exhibits a teen-ager's cynicism, was fascinated! The look of wonder and excitement on his face throughout the show was priceless. The two stars were very gracious, greeting the guests afterwards and staying for pictures. They were also very attentive and patient with my son, answering his questions and encouraging his curiosity. They could not have been more kind! I would highly recommend this magical evening to young, old, and everyone in between!
What an eclectic exhibition of sculpture jewelry and paintings. Nice peaceful gallery.
Wow Rialto... all those dollars I donated to the renovation of this venue and you choose not to offer us Juggalettes a little privacy by neglecting to include doors on the bathroom stalls. Seriously.
Aside from the over obsessive security and subhuman respect the show was incredible!
I am always amazed that so many people from evey walk of life can get together and call one another family and enjoy eachothers company so peacefully under one roof.
Random thoughts: I treated the security guards at the rialto with the utmost respect, and they still were complete a-holes to me. I think the rialto overreacts with the level of security. This isn't a Jay-z concert, juggalos actually like eachother. Spraying soda doesn't lead to full blown riots, so relax with the crazy riot guns TPD. Wait maybe the Watts riots were really started by a shaken bottle of grape fanta.
I was trying to walk down the street after a wonderful date when I almost ran straight into asshats in makeup acting like idiots and shaking up beer and spraying people with it. The police arrived in droves, blocking off Congress and one had some kind of anti-riot gun (seriously). If the fans of this band can't act like decent human beings, please don't book them at this fabulous venue.
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