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  • Upward Mobility
  • Upward Mobility

    Rogue Theatre stays true to Miss Julie’s 19th century Swedish story of sex, sexism and class politics
      For August Strindberg, much like presidential candidate Bernie Sanders today, the political crux of every matter boiled down to the battle between the upper class and everybody else.
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  • Spring Arts Preview
  • Spring Arts Preview  1

    From art and dance to theater and literature, a guide to what's next in arts
      The Tucson Museum of Art has this art season's biggest get: Ai Weiwei, the brightest contemporary art star today.
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  • Tell Tale
  • Tell Tale

    Odyssey Storytelling returns to the Screening Room with seven stories of doing it yourself
      dyssey Storytelling, which debuted on Congress Street nearly a dozen years ago, will explore each of those themes in 2016, along with "Lost," "Fraught," "Strange," "Johns," "Again" and "D.I.Y."
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  • The Jokes of Christmas Past
  • The Jokes of Christmas Past

    Live Theatre Workshop presents nearly all of the Christmas stories this season, but with not enough laughs
      Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) makes fun of the holiday classics that are trotted out every year for our Yuletide pleasure from Frosty the Snowman to It's a Wonderful Life.
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