Two years ago, the Tucson Botanical Gardens made a giant splash with a garden-wide art exhibition about the influence of plants on Frida Kahlo’s artwork.
Yes, the time when editors yearn for features that designate the most significant happenings that occurred during the year in a writer’s particular purview. So after drifting into a reverie populated by the ghosts of this year past, here is the year-in-review, theater-wise.
Five sculpted steel dancers are poised in a circle on a pedestal high above the rocky ground, bathed in a golden light.
You only have to see the turnout at the Tucson Festivals of Books to know that Tucson is a book town—and as usual, there are plenty of books coming out of Southern Arizona this year, whether written by local authors or published by local presses.
If you are a Broadway musical geek—and really, who among us isn’t?—you already know that Meredith Willson’s The Music Man opened in New York this month 61 years ago.
Nollaig Shona, everybody! That’s Irish for Merry Christmas!
And in Tucson, if it’s Christmas time, that means the rollicking crew performing Irish Christmas in America is on its way.
One of the first things you see—and hear—when you go into MOCA’s Blessed Be show is a giant black box from which human screams are emanating.
Forget silver bells this Christmas. This is the year of the silver Nutcrackers.