Gordon Dutt launched an industry when he planted the first vines and later opened Sonoita Vineyards Winery on a hillside in Sonoita the late 1970s.
During Sunday's concert with harpist Stephen Hartman, Moeckel will perform the premiere of "The Unreal Dwelling After Basho," composed by Phoe…
A Pulitzer Prize-winning musical on stage now in Tucson spotlights grief, a fractured family and a woman haunted with sorrow.
Both comedians pencil us in for their return to live shows tours after being sidelined a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Broadway In Tucson is bringing the highly anticipated hip-hop musical to Centennial Hall Nov. 17-Dec. 5.
For the first time since the pandemic struck, the popular Tucson improv troupe is opening its doors to audiences for a pair of shows.
The American Alliance of Museums recognized the UA Museum of Art's program for LGBTQ teens and young adults as part of its accreditation evaluation.
Louis Carlos Bernal captured the culture of barrio life in the Southwest in his photos.
The summer costume shop masterclasses are designed for both kids and adults.
The tour kicks off this month and will criss-cross the country throughout the next year.
After canceling last summer's series, St. Andrew's Bach Society returns with the world premiere of a work performed by violinist Steven Moeckel.
Two local promoters and a Tucson live music venue also get approved for Shuttered Venue Operator Grant monies.
Characters in “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” may dream of starring on Broadway. But at 16, Andrew Barth Feldman actually did it.
After being dark nearly 18 months, the historic downtown theater is ready to get back to business, starting with The Mavericks in August.
The play, adapted from Cheryl Strayed’s book, is based on letters from an advice column filled with joy, forgiveness and redemption.
Get the inside scoop when nearly a dozen Tucson teachers-turned-comedians make their stage debut in "Classroom Confidential."
As the world shut down courtesy the COVID-19 pandemic, Tucson dancer Ashley Bowman turned a lifelong hobby into her plan B.
From orchestras and choirs to Broadway plays, Tucson's arts community is planning to return to live performances in the fall.
The composer compiled writings from close friends, including Justice Ginsburg, about what they were missing from their lives when COVID-19 struck.
Tucson-based artist Barbara Grygutis, a University of Arizona graduate, creates lighted public art for cities and universities around the worl…
Enjoy 15 shorts from graduating students at the University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film & Television.
More than a year after closing its doors, public screenings will resume, starting with the documentary "Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street."