Brahams opened the concert, but it's the Orff piece that stole the show
World premiere of the play gives a peek at what U.S. presidents might talk about when together.
Gary Auerbach’s sometimes stark, sometimes haunting photographs are on display at the Tucson Jewish Community Center through Feb. 9.
An actor has a death in the family and must step away for a few performances.
"Stella & Lou" takes a look at romance late in life — and brings former City Council member Molly McKasson back to the stage
The Samuel Beckett play provokes, perplexs and entertains
The theme of identity has emerged among this year's films.
A family emergency with one of the cast members of Arizona Theatre Company's "Five Presidents" has caused the cancellation of previews on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Samuel Beckett's play about waiting, and waiting, also provokes and provokes
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” opened Wednesday at Centennial Hall.
The Samuel Beckett play has flummoxed and fascinated for more than a half a century
Emmy-winner Rick Cleveland was inspired by iconic photo of five living presidents at Richard Nixon's funeral.
A slew of plays open around town
So, you are an innovative, healthy cook but no one takes you too seriously — you’re a kid, after all.
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" comes to Tucson next week.
Our picks for a few of the best bets over the next three months
Countries around the world traditionally indulge in certain foods to greet the new year
The year on stage provided a range of emotions.
"Little miracles," a lot of motivation got him moving again.
Want to make Christmas last beyond today?
Galleries and museums could be just the ticket
Downtown's movie theater is spiffed up and ready for its close up
Broadway in Tucson brings back the Disney musical to the Old Pueblo
Two-person musical is packed with lovely songs that remind of teachers, friendships, that mattered
A dozen Arizona arts organizations have snagged a hefty $240,000 in grants, the National Endowment for the Arts announced last week. Five of those hail from the Old Pueblo. They are:
The madcap musical keeps the energy and the laughs high
Richard Glazier performs courtesy of Invisible Theatre
The two-character musical is about friendship
A dozen Arizona arts organizations have snagged a hefty $240,000 in grants, the National Endowment for the Arts announced today. Five of those hail from right here in the Old Pueblo, and are key to keeping Tucson’s hopping arts scene exciting. They are:
The humor is thin, the talent abundant
"Nature Connects" features sculptures made of Lego blocks next September.
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 comedy is a dark and provocative one with a mixture of rebellion and good storytelling
The musical based on the film has out-of-work men clamoring for ways to make a buck.
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.