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With Father's Day here, a son is pleading for justice in his father's death two weeks ago at a Mesa gas station.
Within the next five years, District 25 state Sen. Bob Worsley, R-Mesa, and his wife Christi hope to have Arizona’s first “world-class concert hall” adjacent to another city institution available for public use.
A free all-day workshop for women in Phoenix this Saturday, May 18, aims to offer a way to “unlock one’s true potential as a catalyst for lasting love, stronger relationships and a greater sense of fulfillment,” says event promoter, Jan Hemming.
New York • When he first started working with Imagine Dragons, music producer Alex da Kid was looking for some inspiration for the Broadway musical, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”
Start marking your calendars with all the shows you plan to see this season. Arizona Theatre Company has announced its 2013-2014 lineup.
The Tony and Grammy award-winning actress and singer will not perform Friday, March 29 as planned. Her performance has been rescheduled to Saturday, December 21.
“The Sunshine Boys”: Neil Simon’s play about a retired comedy duo who hate each other but join forces for a final television performance is sure to keep audience members laughing.
“Lord, you made many many poor people. I realize, of course, it’s no shame to be poor... but it’s no great honor either,” Tevye says during one of the opening scenes of “Fiddler on The Roof,” on stage this week with Theater League Productions’ national tour. Although veteran viewers could recite Tevye’s witticisms by heart, cast member and East Valley resident Chuck Caruso believes this production is new and different enough to keep them engaged.
Tempe will honor a resident’s actions in saving several people from a January apartment fire with a special presentation during the Feb. 21 City Council meeting.
At Silver Star Playhouse, Broadway shows and popular musicals are remade with a splash of comedy — including funny songs, amusing characters and a delightful smattering of local humor.
Hale Centre Theatre stages the popular Broadway musical, including songs “Some Enchanted Evening,” “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair” and “Bali Ha’i.”
Dreamgirls: This Tony Award-winning musical about the rise and fall of a Motown trio bears an uncanny resemblance to the drama behind Diana Ross and the Supremes. The show may include adult language and is not recommended for children 11 and younger.
You may not recognize her name, but you’ve probably heard Lea Salonga many times before. After all, she is the singing voice of Disney Princesses Jasmine in “Aladdin” and Fa Mulan in “Mulan.”
Recognized for his Emmy Award-winning role as the gruff news director Lou Grant on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spinoff series, “Lou Grant,” actor Edward Asner will perform the solo drama, “FDR,” at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22.
Music is the universal language as Detour Company Theatre so sweetly displays in their productions featuring adults with various mental and developmental challenges.
It is a universally acknowledged truth that a Jane Austen story, with several film and television versions, must be in want of a musical re-write. At least Paul Gordon, the creative genius behind “Jane Austen’s Emma,” on stage through Jan. 20 at Herberger Center Theater, thinks so. His hilariously dazzling production, produced by Arizona Theatre Company, makes it difficult for Austen novices or fans to disagree.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, a division of Wells Fargo Bank, will have a hiring event 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Jan. 9 and 10 at the Phoenix Convention Center to fill more than 900 new jobs.
Tom Hooper's extravaganza, big-screen telling of the beloved musical "Les Miserables" is as relentlessly driven as the ruthless Inspector Javert himself. It simply will not let up until you've Felt Something — powerfully and repeatedly — until you've touched the grime and smelled the squalor and cried a few tears of your own.
Blake Hammond watched re-runs of the black-and-white television comedy series, “The Addams Family,” growing up. The series is based on the comic strips of the same name about an odd, spooky family that has become a part of pop culture. They’ve spawned not only a television series, but films, video games and most recently, a Broadway musical.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and a cast of singer and dancers will deliver a sleigh full of familiar songs and yuletide humor in the “Sounds of Christmas” variety show.
As a kid on his way home from elementary school, Neil Goldberg would pull tinsel and forgotten ornaments off discarded Christmas trees put out on the curb in his New York City neighborhood.
“Anything Goes,” the pièce de résistance of Cole Porter’s career, is big and bright and sparkling, but it begins in a dark martini lounge where gleaming bottles of spirits line the wall, illuminating the room.
Silver Star Playhouse, the new live theater venue filling the old Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre building at Higley and Brown roads in Mesa, will open Nov. 29.
Cole Porter’s toe-tapping comedy has taken Broadway by storm, winning three Tony Awards, among them “Best Musical Revival.” Roundabout Theatre Company brings the show to Tempe with songs like “I Get a Kick Out of You,” “De-Lovely” and “Anything Goes.”
A new comedy series is aiming to fill the void left by the shuttered Tempe Improv comedy club — and improve the audience’s surroundings.