The Curtain Falls

Ensuring the health of our theaters during and after COVID-19 closures

Arts: Stage Left

One doesn’t need to see the Rialto Theatre’s “F U Coronavirus” marquee to know the artistic heart of Tucson has gone silent.

Art in the Time of Coronavirus

Over the last two weeks, Tucson’s art museums have closed down one by one, their grim announcements syncing with the worsening national news about the coronavirus pandemic. Some galleries have closed as well (see accompanying box for closures).

Arts: What Would Renoir Say?

The impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir is famed for painting women in general and bare-bottomed women in particular.

A Spoiled Breakfast

An excerpt from Champagne Cowboys, the new thriller from Tucson author Leo W. Banks

Arts Galore

There's almost too much going on this weekend in the Busy Pueblo.

Charming AF

In her new adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Emma, director Autumn de Wilde goes for broke, aiming to achieve it all: historical realism and a contemporary spirit, comedy and emotional depth, style and substance, romantic fantasy and social commentary. It's a lot to weave together, and sometimes a thread gets lost in the film's dense tapestry. But overall this adaption is intelligent, significantly new and devastatingly charming.

Hibernian Happenings

Irish season is upon us! There are plenty of ways to celebrate Erin go Bragh. Here are just a few.


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