Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Boz Scaggs Headlines Fox Tucson Theatre Gala!

    

 

 

JUST ANNOUNCED
2016 Chasing Rainbows Gala

Featuring Boz Scaggs 

 

Members Only Pre-Sale - Wednesday, July 27th @ 12 Noon

Public On Sale - Friday, July 29th @ 12 Noon

Regular Tickets $75

VIP Tickets $300 (Includes Pre-Concert Dinner, VIP Seating, 

Post-Show Reception & Valet Parking)

Sponsorships Start at $1000 (Call Kim at 624-1515 ext. 100 for more information)

 

 

TOMORROW NIGHT

 

 

Chris Isaak has a reputation as a supreme showman and one of the funniest live performers today. Isaak is a non-stop touring Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, actor and talk show host. 

 

 

THURSDAY

 

 

In My Life - A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles is an award winning, smash hit musical biography of the Beatles and is widely considered by industry insiders to be the most unique Beatles show in decades!

 

 

FRIDAY

 

 

Benefitting the Andra Heart Foundation

Fox Complimentary Passes are not valid for this show

 

 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

 

In partnership with the UA Hanson Film Institute

 

 

 

General $7   |    Student/Senior/Active Duty Military $5

Fox Members can enjoy 2 complimentary film passes for each of our movies!*  

*Complimentary Film passes do not apply to the feature "Roman Holiday"

 

 

 

 

 

 

For a complete list of upcoming shows, classic films

and community events, visit foxtucson.com

 

Gaslight Music Hall: Best of CCR! Starring Mike Yarema

 

 

 

Call now for

"Down on the Corner"

The Best of Creedence Clearwater Revival

 

starring

Mike Yarema

 

 

This Weekend ONLY!

Saturday, July 30th

at 3:00 & 7:00pm

 

Call soon! The 7pm show is already sold out!

 

 

Don't miss Down on the Corner- The Best of Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Gaslight Music Hall, starring Gaslight favorite, Mike Yarema. Hear all of your favorite hits, "Born on the Bayou", "Fortunate Son", "Proud Mary", "Who'll Stop the Rain", "Green River", any many more!

 


Bring your whole family to

"Beach Blanket Be-Bop"

A Summer Musical Revue

 

 

Thursdays through Summer!

Thursday, July 28th

at 7:00pm

 

 

Surf's Up! Grab your board and hang ten over to the Gaslight Music Hall for "Beach Blanket Be-Bop," a fun-filled musical comedy revue. This family-friendly frolic is chock full of beach bunnies, surf songs, and corny jokes galore! Come on a "Surfin' Safari" with our talented cast of singer/actors and a five-piece band as they belt out beachy favorites like "Summertime Blues," "Under The Boardwalk," "Help Me Rhonda" and many more. Catch a wave to the Gaslight Music Hall every Thursday for some air-conditioned family fun! 

 

 

Click the image below, to read a review by The Daily Wildcat!

 

 

 

 

 

Thursdays June 30- August 25

Beach Blanket Be-Bop

7:00


 

 

 


 

 

 

Saturday July 30

Down On The Corner-

The Best of

Creedence Clearwater Revival

(starring Mike Yarema)

3:00 and 7:00


 

 

 

Saturday August 6

Sing Me Back Home- The Legend Of Merle Haggard 

(LSP)

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday August 13

Remember The King- Elvis Through The Years

starring Robert Shaw & The Lonely Street Band 

(LSP)

7:00


 

 

 

Friday August 19

Boot Scootin' Country WesternDance Party 

with Buckboard 

7:00-9:00


 

 

 

Saturday August 20

The Music of the Blues Brothers 

starring Mike Yarema and Charlie Hall 

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday August 27

My Life 

starring David Fanning 

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday September 3

Big Band Express

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday September 10

Dream Lover- The Music Of Bobby Darin

(LSP)

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday September 17

At the Hop- A Salute to the Days of Doo-Wop

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday September 24

Your Cheatin' Heart- A Salute to Hank Williams Sr., Patsy Cline, & Classic Country

(LSP)

7:00


 

 

 

Saturday October 1 

Lisa Otey & The Desert Divas- Summer Of Love 

7:00


 

 

 

Friday October 14

Twist and Shout Dance Party

7:00-9:00


 

 

 

Saturday October 15

Homeward Bound- Best of Simon and Garfunkel

starring Mike Yarema and Walker Foard

7:00


 

 

 

October 21-24

An Evening with Cher, Elton, Midler, & Streisand

starring World Famous Impersonators THE EDWARDS TWINS

(Times Vary)


 

 

 

December 3

Have Yourself A Jazzy Little Christmas

(LSP)

3:00 and 7:00


 

 

We're adding new shows to the Music Hall schedule daily, make sure you visit the website and Facebook often.

 

 

Please call (520) 529-1000 to purchase tickets Online go to www.gaslightmusichall.com. We look forward to seeing you soon at The Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley!

 

 

CALL NOW !

520-529-1000

 

 

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Gaslight Theatre: Christmas in July Sale! Free Gift card with purchase.

 

 

 

This SALE only comes twice a year! 

Don't miss it!

 

 

 

 

CALL NOW !

520-886-9428

 


UPCOMING CONCERTS

Click here to see more info.

 

 

 

  • The Beatles music of Paul MacCartney - Mike Yarema - 8/1/2016 at 7PM
  • Born to Run in The USA- 8/8/16 at 7pm​
  • David Fanning- 8/22/16 at 7pm
  • Music of The Blues Brothers- 9/5/16 at 3 & 7pm

 

 

Artifact Dance Project: 4 X 4 = 4 Choreographers and 4 Composers!

 

From: Artifact Dance Project <info@artifactdanceproject.com>
Sent: Monday, July 25, 2016 11:27 AM
Subject: 4 X 4 = 4 Choreographers and 4 Composers!

 

 

 

SPECIAL EVENT! TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

4 x 4
4 CHOREOGRAPHERS + 4 COMPOSERS
SUMMER INTENSIVE SHOWCASE

Artifact Dance Project Studios
17 E. Toole Ave.
Friday August 12, 7:30pm
Saturday August 13, 7:30pm

$15.00 General Admission
Concert length: approximately 1 hour with no intermission

Four choreographers create new works to music by four classical composers. The showcase features members of Artifact Dance Project's companies, ADP I and ADP II, along with the national and international attendees of the 2016 ADP Summer Intensive. German composers Johann Sebastian Bach and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart serve as inspiration for choreographers and summer intensive guest dance faculty José De La Cruz (NYC) and Joshua Blake Carter (Chicago). Artifact Dance Project Artistic Directors Ashley Bowman and Claire Hancock choreograph works by Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich and Italian Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti. Come and enjoy the culmination of three weeks of training and creating in the newly renovated ADP studio space.

http://www.artifactdanceproject.org/

 

Purchase Tickets!

 

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THE ROGUE & ARTIFACT COLLABORATE TO CREATE POETRY IN MOTION

By Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com

 

Claire Hancock as Nancy Lamar and Matt Bowdren as Jim “Jelly-Bean” Powell

A short story from F. Scott Fitzgerald's “Tales of the Jazz Age” as adapted by Cynthia Meier of the Rogue Theatre with choreography by Ashley Bowman of the Artifact Dance Project is pure poetry in motion.

Meier has successfully brought to the simply set Rogue stage the fluidity of feeling that fills this early Fitzgerald piece, “The Jelly-Bean.” His richly sensual language is presented in a soft Southern accent provided by Christopher Johnson as Clark Darrow, narrating the story of his good friend Jim Powell, played by Matt Bowdren, known around southern Georgia in the early 1920s as Jelly-Bean.

It was a general term of polite dismissal, Jelly-Bean, describing any man who had little regard for the importance of ambitious goals and the value of hard work. Powell we are told is the king of all Jelly-Beans. But Powell was a boyhood chum of Darrow, who is determined to be true to that friendship regardless.

Bringing all the motion to the poetry in this world premiere production is Bowman whose choreography is framed in several long sequences of thoroughly researched steps popular in the blue collar dance halls of the 1920s. Performing the dances are three couples – Bo Brinton, Daniel Diaz, Holly Griffith, Allie Knuth, Logan Moon Penisten and Lauren Renteria – wearing spot-on fashions of the times.

We can see there was lots more to the favorite moves of those flapper dippin', jazzy jivin' party people than the Charleston, that's for sure. This sextet gets lots of floor time, performing in ensembles and as couples, depicting not just the actual dances but the spirit of the fateful evening that is the heart of this dance drama.

Also onstage are pianist and music director Mary Turcotte in company with Derek Granger playing multiple reed instruments. Their bouncy swing style feels equally authentic.

Bowman is co-founder of Artifact with Claire Hancock, a career dancer who gets to test her chops here as an actor, playing Nancy Lamar, a girl who is way faster than anyone else in this rural community. Hancock makes her character quite believable, willing to flaunt the town's polite conventions so she could have more fun than all the other girls.

The endlessly versatile Bowdren, ever a favorite at the Rogue, gets to do some dancing in capturing Powell's personality, most at home in places where there is drinking, dancing and gambling going on.

Meier as director encourages a kind of Sad Sack attitude from Bowdren when he isn't caught up in Powell's adrenalin rush of rolling the dice for serious money. Powell does know he has the power to make those dice show the right numbers when it counts. But the rest of his life is a shambles of idleness.

When good-natured Darrow insists Powell come to the dance, he does. Nancy sees Powell and can't resist his Speakeasy charms. Her energy cracks open that Jelly-Bean shell and suddenly he's a new man. A real man.

But this is not the end of the story. Though “Tales of the Jazz Age” runs without an intermission at little more than an hour, Fitzgerald has more in mind for this Jelly-Bean. There are some truths that must be told.

“Tales of the Jazz Age” runs through July 24 with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays (plus 2 p.m. Saturday July 23), at the Rogue Theatre, 300 E. University Blvd., in the Historic Y. Tickets are $35; student rush 15 minutes before curtain when available (with valid student ID). For details and reservations, 520-551-2053 or visitwww.theroguetheatre.org

 

 

 

Friday, July 22, 2016

Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival performing arts groups meet and greet

 

From: Maryann Green [mailto:mkfgreen@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2016 10:38 AM
Subject: announcement

 

Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival cordially invites  you to their first OLD PUEBLO PERFORMING ARTS SALON this Thursday, July 28th 5-7:30pm at C-Cinco (657 W St. Mary's, Warehouse Unit C5).  This will be a chance for all performing arts groups in Tucson to meet and greet one another, to share ideas, to promote their upcoming events and learn how Tucson Fringe can help.  Food and drinks will be provided, artsy and ambitious conversation encouraged.  Each group will also get a couple minutes at the mic to talk about their exciting upcoming works.  This event is free and open to any performing arts group or individual looking for ways to connect and cross-promote.

Stories that Soar! auditions

 

From: Dallas Thomas [mailto:DThomas@LiteracyConnects.org]
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2016 8:49 AM
Subject: Stories that Soar! auditions

 

Stories that Soar! Auditions

 

Do you like theatre that is fast-paced, high-energy, physically engaging and collaborative? Then Stories that Soar! is for you!

We are currently seeking multi-talented adult performers with skills in theatre, movement, voice, comedy, acrobatics, and/or stage combat to become paid members of the Stories that Soar! 2016-17 ensemble.

Adults of all shapes, colors, ages and sizes are encouraged to audition. Ability to work well with others is a must. Ensemble members enjoy schedule flexibility & competitive pay.

Audition Info

·         Auditions are Saturday, August 6th from 1-3pm at Galactic Center, 35 E. Toole

·         Auditions are a collaborative group process; auditionees must attend the full two hours.

·         Auditions are very physical. 

·         Auditions are relaxed and fun – come play with us!

·         Resumes welcome, but not required.

·         Callbacks will be held Sunday, August 7th from 1-3pm at Solar Culture, 31 E. Toole

 

Contact Sharon (520) 975-9970 or Dallas (520) 360-6709 to schedule. 

 

Learn more on our website!

 

 

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The Arizona Rose Opera Company: Auditions for inaugural 2016/2017 Season

 

From: Arizona Rose [mailto:azrosetheatre@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:02 PM
Subject: Auditions

 

AUDITION NOTICE--Brand New Opera Company

The Arizona Rose Opera Company will be holding

auditions for our inaugural 2016/2017 Season!



Audition Date:

Saturday, August 6th 2016

at the Berger Performing Arts Center

1200 W. Speedway Blvd



OPEN AUDITIONS FROM 1:45-3:00 pm



We are currently auditioning for the following productions:



The Telephone

A comic opera in one act by Gian Carlo Menotti that tells the story of Ben, a young man determined to ask his girlfriend Lucy to marry him--if only he can get her to hang up the phone first!



We are seeking one baritone to play Ben (age 20-35) and one coloratura soprano to play Lucy (age 20-35).



and

 

The Medium

A short, two act dramatic opera by Gian Carlo Menotti that tells the story of a fraudulent medium, Madame Flora, and what happens when she begins to experience real supernatural phenomena. The opera also portrays the burgeoning relationship between her daughter Monica, and Toby, her non-verbal ward.



We are seeking one lyric soprano (can be light lyric) to play Monica (age 18-30), one non-singing actor to play Toby (age 18-30 with a slight physical build), one dramatic mezzo or contralto to play Madame Flora (age 30-60), one lyric soprano to play Mrs. Gobineau (age 30-45), one baritone to play Mr. Gobineau (age 30-45), and one lyric mezzo baritone to play Mrs. Nolan (age 30-45).



PLAYING MID TO LATE NOVEMBER

(Exact weekends TBD)

Fridays/Saturdays at 7pm & Sundays at 2pm



CASTING FOR ALL ROLES

All performers will be paid a stipend

Please prepare an aria in English that showcases your acting ability and your English diction. If you are auditioning for the role of Toby (a non-singing role) please prepare a brief silent improv scene.



AN ACCOMPANIST WILL BE PROVIDED



Bring headshot and resume



Website to come soon! Please direct any questions to azrosetheatre@gmail.com.

 

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

$10 OFF Sister's Catechism at The Fox Tucson Theatre

 

From: Fox Tucson [mailto:charity@foxtucsontheatre.ccsend.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 4:55 PM
Subject: $10 OFF Sister's Catechism & Classic Summer Films lined up this Summer!

 

 

 

 

$10 OFF Sister's Summer School

use code: SISTERS

Offer valid through Sunday, July 25 at 11:59pm

 

 

Tickets and info: https://foxtucsontheatre.ticketforce.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=794

 

It's summer and Sister is NOT happy. It seems the diocese has decided to offer a summer school catechism course for those students who weren't paying attention all year. Instead of three relaxing weeks at the motherhouse, Sister is stuck with her students this summer!

 

See various clips from the Sister's Catechism series HERE

 

 

 

MORE COMEDY AT THE FOX

 

Whose Live Anyway

Join the cast from the Emmy Nominated TV Show Whose Line Is It Anyway for Whose Live Anyway? It's 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy and song.  See some of your favorite Whose Line games plus some new ones. Bring your suggestions and you might be asked to join the cast onstage!

http://foxtucson.com/presents/whose-live-anyway/

 

 

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THE ROGUE & ARTIFACT COLLABORATE TO CREATE POETRY IN MOTION

By Chuck Graham, TucsonStage.com

 

Claire Hancock as Nancy Lamar and Matt Bowdren as Jim “Jelly-Bean” Powell

A short story from F. Scott Fitzgerald's “Tales of the Jazz Age” as adapted by Cynthia Meier of the Rogue Theatre with choreography by Ashley Bowman of the Artifact Dance Project is pure poetry in motion.

Meier has successfully brought to the simply set Rogue stage the fluidity of feeling that fills this early Fitzgerald piece, “The Jelly-Bean.” His richly sensual language is presented in a soft Southern accent provided by Christopher Johnson as Clark Darrow, narrating the story of his good friend Jim Powell, played by Matt Bowdren, known around southern Georgia in the early 1920s as Jelly-Bean.

It was a general term of polite dismissal, Jelly-Bean, describing any man who had little regard for the importance of ambitious goals and the value of hard work. Powell we are told is the king of all Jelly-Beans. But Powell was a boyhood chum of Darrow, who is determined to be true to that friendship regardless.

Bringing all the motion to the poetry in this world premiere production is Bowman whose choreography is framed in several long sequences of thoroughly researched steps popular in the blue collar dance halls of the 1920s. Performing the dances are three couples – Bo Brinton, Daniel Diaz, Holly Griffith, Allie Knuth, Logan Moon Penisten and Lauren Renteria – wearing spot-on fashions of the times.

We can see there was lots more to the favorite moves of those flapper dippin', jazzy jivin' party people than the Charleston, that's for sure. This sextet gets lots of floor time, performing in ensembles and as couples, depicting not just the actual dances but the spirit of the fateful evening that is the heart of this dance drama.

Also onstage are pianist and music director Mary Turcotte in company with Derek Granger playing multiple reed instruments. Their bouncy swing style feels equally authentic.

Bowman is co-founder of Artifact with Claire Hancock, a career dancer who gets to test her chops here as an actor, playing Nancy Lamar, a girl who is way faster than anyone else in this rural community. Hancock makes her character quite believable, willing to flaunt the town's polite conventions so she could have more fun than all the other girls.

The endlessly versatile Bowdren, ever a favorite at the Rogue, gets to do some dancing in capturing Powell's personality, most at home in places where there is drinking, dancing and gambling going on.

Meier as director encourages a kind of Sad Sack attitude from Bowdren when he isn't caught up in Powell's adrenalin rush of rolling the dice for serious money. Powell does know he has the power to make those dice show the right numbers when it counts. But the rest of his life is a shambles of idleness.

When good-natured Darrow insists Powell come to the dance, he does. Nancy sees Powell and can't resist his Speakeasy charms. Her energy cracks open that Jelly-Bean shell and suddenly he's a new man. A real man.

But this is not the end of the story. Though “Tales of the Jazz Age” runs without an intermission at little more than an hour, Fitzgerald has more in mind for this Jelly-Bean. There are some truths that must be told.

“Tales of the Jazz Age” runs through July 24 with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays (plus 2 p.m. Saturday July 23), at the Rogue Theatre, 300 E. University Blvd., in the Historic Y. Tickets are $35; student rush 15 minutes before curtain when available (with valid student ID). For details and reservations, 520-551-2053 or visitwww.theroguetheatre.org

 

Gaslight Theatre: Lisa Otey and the Desert Divas - Summer of Love- 7/25 @ 7 PM

 

From: The Gaslight Family [mailto:thegaslighttheatre@qwestoffice.net]
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:00 AM
Subject: Gaslight Theatre: Lisa Otey and the Desert Divas - Summer of Love- 7/25 @ 7 PM

 

 

Lisa Otey and the Desert Divas

 

IN CONCERT!

 

Monday, July 25th

at

7:00 PM

 

Only 10 Tables left!

 

 

 

The summer is a perfect time to enjoy some really great live music.

There are still tickets left for this amazing concert!

 

 

 

Lisa Otey and the Desert Divas pay tribute to the '60s with "Summer of Love", celebrating the songs of The Mamas and the Papas, Jefferson Airplane, the Beach Boys, The Doors, Diana Ross, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and more!

 

The Desert Divas are: Vocalists Diane Van Deurzen, Liz McMahon and Regina "the Queen" Wills (vocals), Hurricane Carla (sax), Mitzi Cowell (guitar), Lisa Otey (piano), Steve Grams (bass), and Chip Ritter (drums).

 

 

CALL NOW !

Before they are gone...

520-886-9428

 

 


UPCOMING CONCERTS

Click here to see more info.

 

 

 

 

  • Desert Divas - 60's Summer of Love - 7/25/2016 at 7PM
  • The Beatles music of Paul MacCartney - Mike Yarema - 8/1/2016 at 7PM
  • Born to Run in The USA- 8-8-16 at 7pm​
  • David Fanning- 8-22-16 at 7pm
  • Music of The Blues Brothers- 9-5-16 at 3 & 7pm

 

 

 

 The Gaslight Theatre

7010 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85710

 

 

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AUDITIONS for The Gaslight Theatre!

 

From: Heather.Gaslight@gmail.com
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 8:00 AM
Subject: AUDITIONS for The Gaslight Theatre!

 

 

Upcoming Auditions for The Gaslight Theatre!

Saturday, Aug. 6, 12PM

 

 

 

            ***PLEASE SHARE AND POST***

 

  The Gaslight Theatre is holding auditions for our fall production "Frankenstein. Consideration will also be made for future Gaslight Theatre productions including the new Christmas show "Elf'd," the 2017 main stage season, as well as future productions at the new location in Oro Valley, The Gaslight Music Hall.
 

Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016 at 12:00 PM
 

Auditions will be held at:

The Gaslight Theatre
7010 E. Broadway Blvd.
Box office: #520-886-9428

www.TheGaslightTheatre.com

 

The Gaslight is seeking strong singers and actors ages 18 and older. Previous stage and performing experience required. Please prepare one uptempo song, 32 bars only. Sheet music needs to be in your appropriate key. An accompanist will be provided, no recorded music please. Please also bring your headshot and resume. You will also be required to do a cold read. Gaslight shows are double cast. All Gaslight actors are contracted and paid. No appointment necessary.

For questions or more information, please email heather.gaslight@gmail.com.

 

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TIM Comedy Theater: Taste of Improv class, Saturday

 

From: Tucson Improv Movement <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 7:00 AM
Subject: Funny on 4th: Taste of Improv

 

TIM Comedy Theater
#Funnyon4th

       

Give Improv A Try - Saturday

Ever wanted to take an improv class, but nervous about committing to six weeks?!?!  Then we have the perfect answer for you!  Saturday, July 23rd 1-3PM, TIM presents A Taste of Improv!

This drop in class is offered to anyone who has ever thought about giving improv a try.  Come have fun in a single two hour class, meet new people, and see what improv at TIM is all about! No comedy or theater experience? No problem!  We will teach the basics of comedy improvisation: active listening, team work, and agreement.

It will be the best $5 you have ever spent on a Saturday afternoon!  Register here!

 

 

This Week's Show Schedule


Friday Night
7 PM - TIM Super Show (featuring Choice Cut and Improv Collective)
9 PM - The Soap Box

Saturday Night
7 PM - Improv Throwdown
9 PM - Monsoon Mania (featuring Pilot Season)

 

 

 

Pilot Season Returns to Monsoon Mania

 

Turn off the Netflix and come on down to the TIM Comedy Theater to get your binge watching fix.  Pilot Season, a television show completely improvised on stage, will return after a successful run through April and May.  This will be the last time to catch this show, so take a break from catching Pokemon and laugh with TIM!  Pilot season will headline the night with Hanging Chads and Geffere's Team opening up the show. #MonsoonMania "It's raining jokes!"



 

 

Don't Miss Summer in the City Deals

What is better then seeing an improv comedy show?  Going to see a comedy show and getting the second ticket for free!  #BOGO all summer long with the Tucson Summer in the City Card!

 

 

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