Two for One

Two for One

To perform roles created by American playwright David Mamet, an actor must have an ability to take convoluted, complex and sometimes incomplete thoughts comprised of both short and lengthy sentences or phrases and fire them from one's mouth like bullets from an AK-47.

 

Nutcracker Cascade

Three dancers who trained with the prestigious company will dance separately in the city's most important productions. Lindsey Felix will star as the Prickly Pear Fairy in Tucson Regional Ballet's charming Southwest Nutcracker this weekend, partnered by Max Foster as Caballero.

Nobody Rich or Famous

Storied songwriter interviews his prison mentor, internationally lauded Tucson writer and educator Richard Shelton

Westward Ho

The Sunset Limited used to glide into town round about midnight.

Happy Staged Holidaze!

Filled with ghosts and temptations, devils and redemptions

Douglas Revisited

Back in 1979, when Emily Velasco was a 13-year-old living in Douglas, her grown-up cousin Louis Carlos Bernal came a-calling.

Kris Kringle, Come Home

The Christmas countdown is on.

Power and Money

Sitting in the opening night's audience a day after the presidential election was just a bit eerie.

Day of the Dead Revisited

Calexico's haunting border-lands music has provided the soundtrack for movies, TV shows and even a play, but it's never been used in a dance performance.

The Sounds of the Saguaro

Outdoor play in Saguaro National Park celebrates our signature cactus through story, dance and music

Vanya and Vodka

The Rouge Captures Chekhov is all his maddening and moving glory

A Terrible Beauty

Time was, the San Pedro River was an unmolested stream snaking its way from Sonora into Arizona.

God, Reinvented

If you like your theology served up with one-liners, perky energy (but in a good way) and a hefty dose of what many would consider blasphemy, Arizona Theatre Company has a treat for you.

Hail, Distaff!

Confession: Whenever Sherilyn hears of a radically reinterpreted take on one of Shakespeare's plays, she squints her eyes and wrinkles her nose in skepticism.

The Dark Side

The autumn sun may still be till casting Tucson in a golden light, but the shadows are lengthening and the days are darkening earlier.

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