Revered classics by Graham and Balanchine highlight a busy week in the Dancing Pueblo
Rogue Theatre tackles an ambitious production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.
At Etherton, two peripatetic photographers document people and places world-wide
The jokes come fast and furious. Bombeck never lacked subjects that could be filtered through her wit.
Former Tucsonan Barbara Kingsolver is coming to town for a book reading and signing of Unsheltered, her first novel in six years.
30 Americans is a must-see TMA show of contemporary African-American art
Our critic writes a brief one-act play about the Something Something Theatre Company’s latest production
Brian Stidham fell in love with Tucson the minute he came to town.
Ballet Tucson opens its 15th pro season with a musical dive into the past.
"Our Sister's Keeper" tells stories of strength in indigenous cultures and developing countries.
Like most good art,Letters to the Future: Black WOMEN / Radical WRITING is difficult to place neatly into one category.
This weekend, Tucson Weekly executive editor Jim Nintzel will stand on a stage before family, friends, acquaintances and possibly enemies, and tell a story about the time he went to jail.
Architectural designer Sylvia Wilde gets her due in this year’s Tucson Modernism Week