August 2016

All Over the Map | September 2016

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By Liz Massey, September 2016 Issue. Lesbian author Rita Mae Brown proclaimed that “When I got my library card, that’s when my life began,” and I can totally relate to [...]

At The Box Office | September 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, September 2016 Issue. Life, Animated Now Playing | PG | 89 minutes From out Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams comes this stellar documentary about [...]

Cabaret

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By Richard Schultz, September 2016 Issue. Randy Harrison as the Emcee in the National Tour of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Cabaret. Photo by Joan Marcus. Of course, [...]

Talking Bodies | September 2016

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By Tia Norris, September 2016 Issue. This time of year means back to school for many community members, and as such, I’ve created a lesson plan to teach the do’s and [...]

In The Heights

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By Richard Schultz, September 2016 Issue. With In The Heights as its 2016-2017 season opened, Phoenix Theatre has proven once again that it’s mastered the art of timing. [...]

Book Review: The Battle for Room 314

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, September 2016 Issue. What was the name of your favorite teacher? Even after all these years, you still remember the smell of chalk, the sound of her [...]

Advancing Passions, Accelerating Pursuits

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By Liz Massey, September 2016 Issue. In Phoenix, a city known for its population churn, it’s often a badge of honor to assert one’s status as a native. But laying [...]

My Fair Lady

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By Richard Schultz, September 2016 Issue Web Exclusive.  David Hock, executive producer of the Scottsdale Musical Theater Company, is committed to bringing Broadway’s [...]
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