The group has given the show a very good production thanks to the three actresses who portray the women referred to in the title.
On St. Patrick’s weekend, the Bill Ganz Western Band will play cowboy tunes for “Saddle Up!” a Wild West ballet that debuts at Ballet Tucson’s annual Dance & Dessert concert.
Biosphere 2 veteran Mark Nelson recounts the challenges of living inside a sealed environment with an eight-person crew in an excerpt from his new book, Pushing Our Limits: Insights from Biosphere 2.
"I would say the blues is the foundation of American music," says Dan Wheetman. "And American music is the foundation of pop music around the world."
Consider the Tucson Erotica event your chance to be reminded that sex can be beautiful, visceral and, well, really great.
If you love books, you’re living in the right town.
The renowned photographer is one of three distinguished photographers in a must-see exhibition at Etherton closing March 3.
Glass artist Tom Philabaum may be stepping away from the fire, but Southern Arizona’s art scene is hot, hot, hot
The curtain is rising on King Lear, the Book of Mormon and a lot more this season
Spanish flamenco, Irish step, Argentinian tango, Caribbean calypso and more are on the spring dance menu—and that’s just one of many shows
Classical music performances across the region
The 1960 musical is the world's longest-running, proving its sturdiness in both story and style.
On Memorial Day 2017, votive candles set ablaze the chapel at DeGrazia Gallery of the Sun.
"We were very lucky," says David Howley, now a musician in the renowned band We Banjo 3, which alights in Tucson on Valentine's Day.