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Interlocking Grip is on the move.
Awry Sense Of Humor
Barbara Manning and the Giant Pantsworms? Just what the hell is going on?
The Second Annual Bisbee Underground
Live Theatre Workshop closes the season with another piece of Preston Jones' "Texas Trilogy."
Invisible Theatre closes a strong season with a light touch.
The Hot Rod-O-Rama lights up downtown this Saturday.
Shining Sea To See
Newfoundland's Great Big Sea makes a splash at the International Arts Center.
The TSO ends its season with work by two maverick composers.
Bloodhut's charmed and dangerous cast gets away with mayhem.
The UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies sponsors The Iranian Film Festival.
Geoff Hoyle explores "The First Hundred Years" of comedy at ATC.
Table To Tell
A.R. Gurney's "The Dining Room" comes to the Live Theatre Workshop.
Fast, Cheap And Out-Of-This-World
The Short Attention Span Film and Video Festival packs more than 70 digital, documentary, animated and hand-drawn celluloid masterpieces into a mere 100 minutes.
Invisible Theatre's "Grace & Glorie" is one of this season's best.
Short Is Sweet
The Arizona International Film Festival explores The Reel Frontier of cinema through short films.
Wanted: Lofty Idealist
After 26 years, Joe Esposito is ready to let the credits roll on the Loft Cinema.
Dizzy G's is a diner lover's dream.
A wash full of homeless people and a quagmire of local politics raise vital questions about our city's future.
The free film series American Place in American Avant-Garde Film pays tribute to the West's most eloquent images.
The Jig Is Up
Celtic music comes to local shores from Ireland, Scotland and Brittany.
Taste Of Sweetwater
Emerging from personal pain and professional melodrama, singer-songwriter Alana Sweetwater has become a more mature, confident and polished performer.
The Wit & The Wood
Arizona Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare's perennially crowd-pleasing "As You Like It" is a hoot.
Mazel Tov Cocktail
Borderlands Theatre's "Vilna's Got A Golem" is an ambitious undertaking dressed in motley clothing.
"George Bush, Dark Prince of Love" is disturbing, sordid, and laugh-out-loud hilarious.
After a year absence, Ned Schaper's surreal philosopher Mat Bevel returns in Atomic Honey.
All The Rage In Cajun
The swamp couldn't be cooler than Balfa Toujours.
Sound And Flurry
Composers Daniel Asia and Kip Haaheim call their Sacred and Profane concert an "electro-acoustic/digital event with dance, light and video projection"-is it multi-media innovation, or art with ADD?
Beethoven's music and words come together in Coyote Consort's Young Beethoven.
Big Bad Bands
ATC's Side Man examines the lives of those both caught up in and caught outside of a strange cultural transition.
Both visually and contextually, Molly Sweeney is a study in light and shadow.
Soldier Of Fortune
Ceramist and former teacher Wendy Timm believes in "arming the innocent."
The End Of The Year As We Know It
Still wondering what to do for the big night? Here's your best guide to fun, fun, fun!
Shakespeare And Love
For the Shakespeare aficionado, Love's Labour's Lost is more light-hearted footnote than challenging work of art.
Naughty And Nice
Borderlands' Annual Tucson Pastorela Subverts Rhyme And Reason To A Gentle End.
The Vaude Squad
Arizona Theatre Company presents a zany production of The Mystery of Irma Vep.
Right To Remain Silent
Reading this review may irreversibly limit your ability to enjoy the movie being hailed by lesser critics as one of this year's best.
Ronald Harwood's "The Dresser" is a rare story, well told.
Susana Baca's main passion is to set the words of contemporary Latin American poets to music.
Inspired by Challenger astronaut Christa McAuliffe, "Defying Gravity" has much to uplift.
Poets Jane Miller and Eleni Sikelianos read in the UA Poetry Center's Poetry Now and Next series.
This weekend's six-fold program features two Arizona premieres, as well as the return of "Open 'til Three" and Toubassi's "Number 13."
Flights Of Fancy
Finding new life for old planes.
Maria Callas, opera's most famous and infamous soprano, is as tragic a figure you'll find among the 41 operas she performed between 1939 and 1965.
Tucson's first Peruvian restaurant is a place where you'll feel at home reading the newspaper, talking to your kids, and trusting the chef with your cholesterol count.
Issues of racism, xenophobia, religion, education, sexism and veteran's rights all make their way into "Claudia's Family."
The beauty, suffering and ecstasy encountered in the quest for enlightenment find a moving metaphor in "Rapture: Rumi."
Ökrös Ensemble has traveled all the way from Budapest to bring Hungarian and Transylvanian gypsy music to the Tucson masses.
Solo guitarist Leo Kottke plays two shows this weekend at the Temple of Music and Art.