Theater

Opening Nights | May 2017

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By Staff, May 2017 Web Exclusive.   Oliver! April 28-May 21 “You’ve got to pick a pocket, or two.” Follow young, orphaned Oliver Twist on a wild adventure through [...]

Opening Nights | March 2017

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By Richard Schultz, March 2017 Issue. Finding Neverland March 14-19 This Broadway musical tells the fascinating story of how Peter became Pan. Based on the Academy [...]

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo

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By Richard Schultz, February 2017 Issue. Alberto Pretto. Photo by Zoran Jelenic. Early in his career, classically-trained dancer Alberto Pretto relished performing in [...]

Seth Rudetsky

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By Richard Schultz, February 2017 Issue. He’s charming and witty. He’s irreverent and insightful at the same time. He excels at clever banter and possesses a keen eye for [...]

Is He Dead?

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By Richard Schultz, February 2017 Issue. In his latest role, recent Valley transplant Jeff Deglow spends a good portion of stage time in drag – a challenge he’s thrilled [...]

Opening Nights | January 2017

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By Richard Schultz, January 2017 Issue. Love Letters Jan. 6-15 This funny and poignant tale of what could have been details a friendship sustained throughout the years and an [...]

Guys and Dolls

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By Richard Schultz, January 2017 Issue. Now in its sixth year, Scottsdale Musical Theater Company (SMTC) prides itself on “bringing Broadway’s favorites back to life.” [...]

‘Tis the Season

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By Richard Schultz, December 2016 Issue. In a season filled with so many entertainment options, there’s a holiday performance to suit every taste from classical to [...]

Mamma Mia!

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By Richard Schultz, December 2016 Issue. Although Andrew Tebo was a latecomer to pop culture phenomenon of ABBA, he’s now a fan of the music and its impact on audiences. In [...]

An Act of God

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By Richard Schultz, December 2016 Issue. The Broadway smash comedy An Act of God is coming to Phoenix with a twist. Rather than a male actor playing the lead role, Paige [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]
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