You could see "Horrible Bosses 2" or take in a real masterpiece this weekend.
"Murder for Two" killed them in Chicago and New York; now it's aiming for the country
The company's mission is to bring the classics to the masses
The latest offering is by a playwright who can easily make us laugh
While the story is thin, this production has heart
UA student cast is joyful and chock full of talent in the musical.
Tohono Chul Park will celebrate its 30th anniversary with the exhibit “Sonoran Desert: Large and Small.” The deadline is Dec. 20. Prospectus at tohonochul.org
Monterey Court Studio Galleries is soliciting proposals from artists who would like to participate in the Native American Artisans H…
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.
Powerful drama is laced with comedy and unforgettable characters
The musical based on the film has out-of-work men clamoring for ways to make a buck.
The comedy is a dark and provocative one with a mixture of rebellion and good storytelling
Daniel Scordato hasn't forsaken customers' must-have dishes.
But the musical version of the movie just doesn't cut it.
Don’t tell Susan Claassen there is no such thing as fate.
Event brings Tucsonans to where the magic is made.
Arthur Miller's timeless play about Willy Loman opens the company's season.
The '80s movie about working-class girls who wanna dance is a musical.
The suspense piece has some solid acting but sloppy elements detract.
Lightning and thunder and monsters. Oh my.
Acclaimed artists set to open the chamber music season.
Service for painter Tokar Miller planned at Tucson Museum of Art
A harrowing play gets a raw, powerful production
Arizona Theatre Company presents an adaptation of the scary play turned movie
The UA theater company revives the monster and his creator in a spooky renditon of the play
Tucson show features some of the most important artists of the 20th century
Tucson Museum of Art's showcase of Dali, Gauguin and more opens Friday.
"9 Parts of Desire" is based on interviews with Iraqi women
Next week, blue-eyed, blond Tucson actress Lori Hunt will stand alone on the stage at Live Theatre Workshop and, in 80 minutes, play nine Iraqi women.
Prize money and scholarships to writing workshops await the winners
Chiricahua Pasture Raised Meats generally sell out before the end of October.
Figs flourish here this time of year — and there are many ways to prepare them.
A strong cast works hard to make up for a weak script
A terrific cast helps propel a story with an unlikely pairing: teens and poetry
'They Call Me a Hero' recalls the Jan. 8 mass shooting and its aftermath.
High schoolers make some important discoveries as they work on a project.
The story is geared toward children, but will beguile adults, too.
The Tony-winning Christopher Durang rift on Chekhov keeps the laughter rolling
"Lend Me A Tenor" is a farce full of silliness — and doors
The world premiere of the play is based on the death of Macho B.
If you love theater, then you no doubt love the idea of new plays.
The Great American Playhouse riffs on the 1988 movie.
Production of "Awake and Sing!" doesn't live up to its powerful potential.
Experts offer differing opinions on the wisdom of women putting razor to face
Borderlands Theater's founder/producing director to step down after nearly three decades.
The latest Metzger Family Restaurant serves upscale food in a casual setting.
"Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” is an absurdist's rift on Chekhov.