Live Theatre Workshop cracks open an old chestnut with their current production, Same Time, Next Year
Carolyn Sotelo has painted a boldly graphic oil of a beloved restored sign, which dates to the 1950s when innkeepers reeled in roadsters with inventive placards both painted and neon.
Christopher Johnson's new Oscar Wilde show is delightful, and even magical.
With record-breaking heat this summer, it feels like we skipped the sizzle and went straight to being baked.
Bisbee artist Laura McKenna knew for a long time that she wanted to make work commemorating the Bisbee Deportation of 1917.
Ginger Porcella, her husband, artist Don Porcella, and her two disconsolate pups departed balmy San Diego for Tucson in April, when she began her new job as executive director and curator at MOCA-Tucson.
Live Theatre Workshop's full-length show, based on Charles M. Schultz's long-running, classic comic strip, "Peanuts," features a bunch of kids dealing with kids' problems, like school, siblings, and friends with all their differing, and often difficult, personalities.
Engaging environmental works at Tohono Chul examine nature, life and death
Bombastic gremlins, Molecular Activators and some Gong Show hullaballoo!
Tiny works at Davis Dominguez win our critic's Sizey Awards
How a Tucson writer overcame Trump loathing with inspired work
"Light to me is perhaps the most profound truth in the universe," photographer Wynn Bullock once said.
Roadrunner Theatre Company gets a boost