I’m not supposed to wake dancer Francis Lawrence from his nap.
I had just come out of Mexico City’s Hospital de Jesús Nazareno where Hernán Cortés’ remains are surreptitiously stashed in the adjacent templo when something happened that had never occurred before in my six years of living in Mexico: I got called a gringo.
When Israel Horovitz wrote his play Lebensraum in 1996, he could have had no idea that it might become a cautionary tale for the 21st century.
Once upon a time, before there was an Elliot's on Congress, before there was a Hub, before there was a modern streetcar, there was Dinnerware.
There are several things you need to know about Guera, a one-woman play by actress/writer Lisandra Tena, the current production at Borderlands Theater.
"Daddy, tell me a story." "Mommy, read me a story."
Opera often ends in tragedy. Not this time.
Michael Cajero has never been an artist of muted views.
After opera singer Bernard Bermudez's lush baritone vocals stole the show at a Ballet Tucson concert last year, he got a repeat invitation.
So the wreaths are put away as are the menorahs, and everything you have now is less of everything you had, and is tidy and tucked away in those ubiquitous storage boxes every store in Tucson is hawking.
A satirical painter of scathing political art, UA art prof Quiroz has already skewered American commanders-in-chief from George Washington to Barack Obama. His neon-colored cartoon caricatures of the nation's leaders are in the Presidential Series, an exhibition now in its last days at the University of Arizona Museum of Art.
Theaters, like most every other entity, work hard to create their brand.
The spirit of Frida Kahlo hovers sort of over an unusual outdoor exhibition at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
if you want to start your theater-going year with a heady dose of the “bigger and badder” variety, you should check out the sixth annual Tucson Fringe Festival.