Of Trees and Paper and Pins

Of Trees and Paper and Pins

Artist Jessica Drenk has a theory about Montana.


Nobody Dies Forever

Christopher Durang’s dark, funny, entertaining but convoluted Miss Witherspoon is now onstage at Live Theatre Workshop .

Musical Magic

Never challenge Linda Ackermann to a duel. She's the sweetest soul, but she's got the fastest fingers.

Problem Child

For the second time in a couple of months, Tucson’s theater-goers have the opportunity to see Buried Child, Sam Shepard’s 1979 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Mujeres Rule at Raices

In Agua Prieta, Sonora, on the south side of Uncle Sam's border wall, brilliantly colored murals have recently sprung up on the barrier's 20-foot vertical bars.

Into The Annex

The Diary of Anne Frank, based on the book, tells the story of two Jewish families and one Jewish dentist going into hiding during the Nazis’ occupation of the Netherlands.

The Pros and Cons of Being Fat

Jes Baker is an irreverent blogger and blunt speaker who has made a name for herself in the body image movement.

Cross Cultural

Borderlands Art Exhibition, composed of 14 art pieces created by high school students in the Tucson Unified School District, included images of flags, social justice symbols and butterflies.

Three young choreographers debut three new dances at Artifact this weekend

Artifact Dance Project is known for live music at its contemporary dance concerts, played on violins, guitars and drums.

Family Ties

For the final production of their season, Arizona Theatre Company has welcomed back longtime artistic director David Ira Goldstein to direct.

The Unknown Grave of Ed Abbey

I had little to do with the dying and most of that little I did not understand at the time. Anyway, it's all drifted into legend now.

To Hounds!

In the springtime a YOUNG man's fancy might turn to love, as Tennyson wrote, but galleries more often turn to nature.

Read All About It

The many fans of Antigone Books can put their fears to rest. The store will not be taken over by a chain.

Springtime Abstractions

A number of the small galleries just north of downtown proper are exhibiting abstract works this spring, created by artists working in media from conventional paint to toilet paper to nylon stockings.

Past and Future

There's a buzzword heard frequently as theater is discussed these days: immersive.

Discipline and Delirium

A native of foggy London, he has long made paintings and drawings of cityscapes and buildings, but once he transplanted himself to Tucson and the sunny Southwest in 2009, something changed.

Blood Ties

Speak the Speech Theatre tackles Sam Shepherd family drama, while Live Theatre Workshop stages a humorous murder mystery.


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