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  • 15 Beautiful Moons

    Kate Breakey's lunar images of love and loss are part of a great exhibit at Etherton
  • 21st Century Storytelling

    The Institute for Collaborative Storytelling kicks off in Tucson
      The performing arts in general are by nature collaborative. For theater you have a play, actors, designers and then a director that coordinates all the elements into the director's vision of the piece. It's a similar story in film, but perhaps with even more rigid delineated roles. But as he met and communicated with other experts in conferences all over the country, Allen began to be attracted to a different approach to "creating story."
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  • A Fair Sheik

    You’ll definitely get your money’s worth at the entertainment-packed production of Rise of the Sheik at Gaslight Theatre
      This is no hoity-toity off-Broadway angst fest where you view the stage through opera glasses with your pinky extended.
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  • A New Home

    Reimagining indigenous life if Columbus had taken a bullet
      Borderlands Theater has always provided us a lot to think about, and not just about issues pertaining to our geographic border with Central America.
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  • A New Light

    Reconstituted Dance Theatre of Harlem stops in Tucson for a concert of neoclassical and contemporary dance
      I’m not supposed to wake dancer Francis Lawrence from his nap.
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  • A Odyssey of Sorts

    The Rogue lifts Enda Walsh’s mythology of male
      I love this Rogue. Explosive. Smart. Funny. Fearless. Bright.
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  • A Reason to Remember

    Trans Scripts offers a three-performance alook into the lives of six trans women
      At a time when transgender people are getting more attention in the pop culture spotlight, from Netflix's "Orange is the New Black" to Amazon's "Transparent" to the omnipresent Caitlyn Jenner, it's worth remembering that real life for many trans women and men is fraught with mortal danger.
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  • A Terrible Beauty

    Lens on the Border documents the devastation the wall has wrought on fragile borderlands
      Time was, the San Pedro River was an unmolested stream snaking its way from Sonora into Arizona.
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  • A Whole New Works

    TPAC funds individual artists focusing on unique, often interactive, works
      It's no small thing that the Tucson Pima Arts Council provides the opportunity to individual artists to receive grant funding unattached from a formal group or troupe or collective.
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  • Abstraction and Reality

    Two solo shows at MOCA examine art styles that are polar opposites
      "Twenty Four" is easily the most joyous work in Max Estenger's retrospective at MOCA Tucson.
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  • Advent(ure) Calendar

    How to jingle all the way through the holidays
      Find the right event to get you in the holiday spirit.
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  • Alive and Well

    TMA’s giant Body Language show proves that body art is thriving
      In 1986, Arizona artist Ardyth Bernstein made a gorgeous pastel called "Having It All."
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  • All Hail The King

    An ace ATC production of a winningly cheeky and thoughtful play
      In the opening show of the 50th anniversary season of the theater-that-almost-wasn't a few months ago, we are treated convincingly to the delight and weight and luminosity of what a really good theater can do and why our citizens came to the rescue of the Arizona Theatre Company when it announced it was on the brink of closing its operations.
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  • All That Glitters

    In provocative Stillness exhibition at Bernal Gallery, four artists explore nature and identity
      Walk into the newly remodeled Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery at Pima College and the first thing you see is a fairytale forest of golden trees.
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  • Angst, Humor, and Pain

    A heavy heart and a drunken poet carry Annapurna
      Live Theatre Workshop's production of regret and pride and unfinished business and the helplessly lasting nature of love spills both comically and painfully across the stage
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  • Answering Every Calling

    Artist-activist Kathryn Ferguson is celebrated in a weekend of performances and screenings
      Kathryn Ferguson had so many talents and interests it's hard to tally them all up.
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  • Answering Machine

    Actorly gusto highlight a pleasing show about newspaper advice columnist
      Live Theatre Workshop's production of The Lady With All the Answers allows us to get a literally up-close glimpse of the down-to-earth advice mill that Ann Landers was for decades grinding people's problems into flour for their daily bread.
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  • Architecture Galore

    Two festivals highlight Tucson buildings past and present
      The three architects who did the most to bring modernism to Tucson were Art Brown, William Wilde and Nicholas Sakellar.
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