When the Moon Comes to Oracle

When the Moon Comes to Oracle

GLOW: A Nighttime Art Experience, the brainchild of artist and ranch owner Sharon Holnback, annually transforms the Triangle L into a luminous arts wonderland.

 

Course Correction

Most people have choices in their lives that, upon reflection, have the potential to change its course; which college to attend, what career path to follow, who to spend their lives with. In the case of the play Now and Then by Sean Grennan, playing at Invisible Theatre, this theme plays out in showing us a couple who consider changing the direction of their relationship, but to what end?

Fall Arts Guide

Check out our Fall Arts Preview.

Fall Arts: Large Canvas

It’s been 100 years since the Bauhaus shaped my house and your house and Tucson is ready to mark the moment.

Fall Arts: Stage Whispers

Theatre-going Tucsonans know that, luckily for us, theatre here never really rests.

Fall Arts: Fine Tuned

TSO has more events going on than we can fit in the paper, so we’ve just included events from their Classic, SuperPops and Masterworks series in this roundup.

Fall Arts: Meet the New Boss

For Arizona Theatre Company’s new artistic director, Sean Daniels, this is a homecoming.

Fall Arts: Stayin’ Alive

Tucson’s dance calendar has shrunk in recent years. Now it will get even sparser with the closing of Artifact Dance Project.

Art Oasis

Artist David Andres has long traveled to the Sea of Cortez for recreation and inspiration. In a Fine Art Prints summer show of 17 artists at Contreras Gallery, he’s exhibiting three alluring prints that evoke the sands and wildlife of the sea’s teeming waters.

Portrait of Poets

At the Center for Creative Photography, 70 provocative images of 70 contemporary poets, from Pulitzer Prize winners to Instagram scribes, are filling the galleries. The poems that inspired the unconventional images hang on the walls next to the photos, by photographer B.A. Sise.

Performance Anxiety

Show People, by Paul Weitz, is a love letter to theatre. Or possibly hate mail. Live Theatre Workshop’s production dives whole-heartedly into the play.

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