Brass Quintet gets things started with Center Stage series on Saturday.
"Adam's Lament" showcases the men of the professional choir.
The casino near Tucson gave no reason for the cancellation.
Choir to perform Vivaldi's perennial favorite.
Pair have vocal chemistry in signature roles.
The company's mission is to bring the classics to the masses
Open and showcasing local artisans
Ideas for Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, winter squash, green beans, beets, sweet potatoes.
Seeing it live is understanding true challenge of piano repertoire's beast.
Events like next weekend's Tucson Museum of Art Artisans Market are a good opportunity to bring home locally-crafted art.
While the story is thin, this production has heart
UA student cast is joyful and chock full of talent in the musical.
Bite-sized comic operas feature three casts.
Comedian Martin Short headlines Fox Theatre's Chasing Rainbows Gala.
The deadline for submissions for the Star’s Spring Performing Arts Preview is Dec. 12. If you are with a performing arts group, you want to be…
Tohono Chul Park will celebrate its 30th anniversary with the exhibit “Sonoran Desert: Large and Small.” The deadline is Dec. 20. Prospectus …
Jon Nakamatsu makes TSO debut with piece that won him prestigious Van Cliburn prize.
What “Fine Art: Five Cents” has in mind is art for the masses.
Play takes a look at what home means, and personal impact of migration.
Though there are some bright spots and convincing acting, Friday night’s opening of Winding Road Theatre Ensemble’s production of “Death of a…
Powerful drama is laced with comedy and unforgettable characters
Arizona Friends audience greets pianist with shouts of bravo and whistles.
Behzod Abduraimov earns standing ovation, bravos and some whistling from Arizona Friends audience.