Black Art Matters

Black Art Matters

30 Americans is a must-see TMA show of contemporary African-American art

 

An Adventure in Theater

Our critic writes a brief one-act play about the Something Something Theatre Company’s latest production

Cold-Blooded Killing

Brian Stidham fell in love with Tucson the minute he came to town.

Ballet and Banjos

Ballet Tucson opens its 15th pro season with a musical dive into the past.

Women of the World

"Our Sister's Keeper" tells stories of strength in indigenous cultures and developing countries.

In Living Color

Like most good art,Letters to the Future: Black WOMEN / Radical WRITING is difficult to place neatly into one category.

Strange Tales

This weekend, Tucson Weekly executive editor Jim Nintzel will stand on a stage before family, friends, acquaintances and possibly enemies, and tell a story about the time he went to jail.

Mania for Modernism

Architectural designer Sylvia Wilde gets her due in this year’s Tucson Modernism Week

The Sun, the Moon and the Starry Skies Above

The sky's the limit in Cielo.

“Oh Frabjous Day!”

With apologies to Lewis Carroll, who rejoices in a day both "brillig" and "frabjous" in his invented-word poem "Jabberwocky," Tucsonans have every reason to revel in two brillig painting exhibitions downtown.

Root Causes

Jane Jones directs with just the right (and light) touch, and an excellent cast keeps all the balls in the air while creating likable characters all.

Beguiling Narratives

Beguiled has been once a book and twice a movie. Now, through the graces of Artifact Dance Project, it will also be a dance.

Dreamscape Dining

The night was a little bit weird right from the beginning.

Mystery/Science Theater

Catch The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey live this weekend, and Galileo the next.

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