• In the Blood

    Two local theater companies explore conflicts within families
      Deep into the 2017-2018 Theater season, we are still being served up challenging and thoughtful, funny and sometimes downright perplexing fare
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  • Musical Airs

    Rogue Theatre’s new production ends up being discordant rather than deep.
      Now onstage at the Rogue Theatre is a humorous but perplexing piece that strives too hard to be too much.
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  • Magical Matrimony

    ATC’s River Bride takes the audience into the world of the fantastic
      You may not be aware that Arizona Theatre Company has sponsored a nationwide playwriting contest since 1993.
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  • Creepy and Kooky

    Pay a call on The Addams Family at Arizona Repertory Theatre
      If you need a friendly reminder, the season of Halloween is upon us.
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  • Role Play

    Live Theatre Workshop's Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery has three actors playing about 40 characters.
      The fog rolls across the dusky moor. A once-thought-mythical beast roams and roars.
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  • Reluctant Romance

    ATC's Chapter Two is a good, but not great, production
      The real smack in the head is when life gives us great gifts and great losses in the same moment.
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  • Class Acts

    Student-teacher relationships are front and center in two local performances
      Something Something Theatre and Live Theatre Workshop's new performances
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  • Present Future

    Powerful photos in Danny Lyon retrospective at Etherton artfully "compress history"
      Agricultural fields once stretched across the desert as far as the eye could see. Danny Lyon was there to photograph them.
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  • New Kids on the Block

    Scoundrel and Scamp move next door to Rogue at the Historic Y
      Scoundrel and Scamp is more than just a renovated theater and will focus on building a new generation of theater goers.
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  • An Annual Affair

    Same Time, Next Year may be outdated but still charms
      Live Theatre Workshop cracks open an old chestnut with their current production, Same Time, Next Year
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  • Wilde's World

    Rogue and Artifact Dance create magic
      Christopher Johnson's new Oscar Wilde show is delightful, and even magical.
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  • School's Out!

    LTW tackles Charles Schulz's uncanny brilliance and empathy
      Live Theatre Workshop's full-length show, based on Charles M. Schultz's long-running, classic comic strip, "Peanuts," features a bunch of kids dealing with kids' problems, like school, siblings, and friends with all their differing, and often difficult, personalities.
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  • Spidey Senses

    Bombastic gremlins, Molecular Activators and some Gong Show hullaballoo!
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  • Headline Ripping

    News of the World Brings Outlandish Monologues to the Stage
      We've all stood in the supermarket checkout line and eyed the tabloids flashing their weirdo and sensational headlines.
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  • Art Cruising

    Korean woman’s East/West paintings a highlight of Saturday night’s group openings

      An up-and-coming young South Korean artist may turn out to be the star of the Summer Art Cruise this Saturday night.

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  • Adventures in Fun

    Two Tucson theaters deliver it year-round

      Tis summer, the season for cinematic superheroes who flash fancy gadgets to protect the world from devastating forces. But there are a couple of theaters in town in which there are always superheroes saving the day

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  • Outside the Lines

    Two groups explore new ways of doing things
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  • Celebrating Nancy

    The late Tokar Miller’s brilliant paintings fill the Etherton and Temple galleries
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  • Sunshine and Wisteria

    Live Theatre Workshop delivers entertainment if not quite enchantment
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  • Wilde Art

    Five artists who experiment with eclectic materials open at Conrad Wilde Saturday night
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