Entertainment

At The Box Office | December 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, December 2016 Issue. Fire Song Now Playing on DVD/iTunes | 96 minutes Shane (Andrew Martin) is a gay Anishinaabe teen living in Ontario, whose family is [...]

Opening Nights | December 2016

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By Richard Schultz, December 2016 Issue. Anthony Rapp in Concert Nov. 19 The iconic Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT went on to become an international phenomenon from its [...]

Christmas with Clay Aiken

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By Richard Schultz, December 2016 Issue. As part of its Classic Entertainment Series the Chandler Center for the Arts presents Christmas with Clay Aiken – an Arizona [...]

“Transcendent”

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By Danika Worthington, November 2016 Issue. Freddy Prinze Charming. Transcendent, as defined by Merriam-Webster, means “exceeding usual limits” and “universally [...]

Combing through The Pübes

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By Art Martori, November 2016 Issue. Jealously, summer is releasing its grip one August night at Cash Inn Country, one of Phoenix’s LGBTQ mainstays. But each person who [...]

Book Review: Dear Mom and Dad

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, November 2016 Issue. One, as they say, is the loneliest number. It’s no fun to go somewhere by yourself, to be half a couple, to go solo. Two’s [...]

First Girl I Loved

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By Hans Pedersen, November 2016 Issue. If you watched the coming-of-age romance First Girl I Loved with no prior knowledge of it, you might find the tale to be so radiant [...]

Opening Nights | November 2016

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By Richard Schultz, November 2016 Issue. A Vampire Tale 13 Oct. 27-Nov. 5 Dubbed “The Nutcracker of Halloween,” this yearly haunt, presented by Scorpius Dance Theatre, is [...]

Funny Girl

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By Richard Schultz, November 2016 Issue. When Liz Fallon accepted her most recent leading role, she knew she has taken on quite a challenge. And she’s more than ready for [...]

At The Box Office | November 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, November 2016 Issue. Hurricane Bianca On DVD Oct. 18 | 84 minutes | Unrated If you caught feisty Bianca Del Rio on “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” you’ll [...]

10 Shows Not To Miss | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. An Act of God | Arizona Theatre Company Tucson: Oct. 22-Nov. 12 Phoenix: Nov. 17-Dec. 4 After conquering Broadway, where Sean Hayes of [...]

The World Awaits | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. The new arts season has something for everyone as local arts centers strive to bring an assortment of entertainment appealing to [...]

All The State’s A Stage | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. A change in scenery is good for creative inspiration. Literally, take a road trip and catch the theatrical stagings in other parts [...]

Classical Arts | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. Arizona Opera | azopera.org The Copper Queen Sept. 25 This workshop performance tells the gripping story of a haunting in the [...]

By The Genre | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. Comedy Lost in Yonkers | ASU Lyric Opera Theatre Oct. 7-Nov. 13 This memory play by Neil Simon is set in a Yonkers in 1942. Bella, a [...]
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