The Photography Century

The single most beautiful photo in Masters of 20th Century American Photography, says Terry Etherton, is a 1967 Emmet Gowin portrait of his wife, Edith.

Chemistry Experiment

Live Theatre Workshop has segued from a silly, lightweight piece that can barely be called a play, to a heavily-weighted piece that muses seriously about the nature of the human brain

Rain Roulette

Round and round and round it goes, where the monsoon stops nobody knows.

Behind the Curtain

At the Arizona Theatre Company's "Summer on Stage" program, a group of 33 teenagers from around Tucson spent five weeks putting together two shows around the theme "Summer of Youth Unheard"

Women in Print

In the opening work at a small show about women printmakers, Tucson artist Kathryn Polk sends a clear message: "I make prints, not pies."

Life of Kings

There was a time when the best job in the world was working for a newspaper

Mad World

It might be difficult to find a story more harrowing, more dangerous, more humorous and more hopeful than Sarah MacMillan's.

From Ordinary to Transcendent

Artists show works of beauty and struggle in TMA’s excellent Arizona Biennial 2018

Cabaret of Sunshine

The best sizzling sounds are the music and voices—and laughter and applause—brought to us by the Invisible Theatre

Photo Passion

Anne Breckenridge Barrett is a third-generation Tucsonan—by marriage.

Merry Melodrama

Theater in Tucson's summers is a mere shadow of the rapid-fire shows comin' at ya during what's considered the traditional theater season, September to May.


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