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This story follows a 1950s male quartet killed in an untimely accident who return from the afterlife for one last performance, singing songs such as “Three Coins in a Fountain,” “Sixteen Tons” and “Heart and Soul.”
Performing Arts 2012-13 theater season preview
Sometimes you don’t know what you have until you lose it.
After years and years of decorating my home and others' for the holidays, I've come to this conclusion: I think Christmas decor looks its best when it's subtly woven into our year-round displays, adding just a whisper of the season in a few key spots, rather than being the center of the show. Understated displays feel more natural and less contrived, and keep your house feeling like a home, not a Christmas store.
No matter your taste, the coming Valley arts season is sure to offer something to satisfy. Venues all over town are set to burst with a wide array of theater, dance and music offerings throughout fall, winter and early spring.
If you enjoy performing arts, there’s no such thing as “nothing to do” this coming year.
If you enjoy performing arts, there’s no such thing as “nothing to do” this coming year. No matter where your tastes lie, there’s something going around the Valley this season for you.
Jim German has wanted to be a cowboy since he was a little boy. And for six days this month he became one.
Back in 1979 -- back when he was a 34-year-old bleached-blond sex symbol -- Rod Stewart asked fans, “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?”
Thump, thump, thump, thump. Did you hear that? It was a basketball hitting the hardwood Tuesday at Wells Fargo Arena. The Herb Sendek era began with a 58-53 exhibition win over the University of Victoria Vikes.
Tempe Little Theatre, that occasionally spunky community playhouse, is finishing out its season with a repertory of “Forever Plaid” and “The Taffetas,” and the pairing makes perfect sense.
“Spring” is a literal term for many men. As the weather warms, our jackets and sweaters come off and there’s a little more “spring” above the belt tops. For some, it’s just a few cold-weather pounds. Others jiggle like a Tasered Jell-O mold. But all of us can use a little help.
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The cards were stacked against Will Prather from the get-go.
The folks behind the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre West would like it to be seen as the Herberger of the far East Valley, an entertainment destination known for its elegance, professionalism and consistently well-regarded productions.