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  • 'Blackbird' Sings

    Beowulf Alley's harrowing drama goes straight into the heart of darkness
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  • 'Center' Holds

    Invisible Theatre's latest comedy isn't just another Southern Gothic tale of hell's belles.
  • 'Net' Success

    This sequel can't live up to the original, but LTW and Stephen Frankenfield make it work
  • 'Nutcracker' Showdown!

    While locals can see this classic every weekend before Christmas, the two big productions are going head to head
  • 'Opera' Amok

    Gaslight's 'Phantom' starts slow but ends on an energetic, love-filled note
  • 'Tis the Season

    Before the 'Nutcracker' onslaught, the UA offers homemade seasonal dance performances
  • 'Watching Paintings Move'

    The work of former Tucsonan and modern dance icon José Limón will be celebrated at Centennial Hall on Sunday
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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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