Saturday, February 25, 2017

The Very Big Show (of Support!) at the historic Rialto Theatre

The Very Big Show (of Support!):

A Fabulous Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona

Golden Gravy Productions

The Very Big Show (of Support!)


Join the fabulous Tempest DuJour at the historic Rialto Theatre in downtown Tucson for a fast-paced, jam-packed, family-friendly evening of comedy, music, dance and more! The Very Big Show (of Support!) will showcase some of Tucson's most celebrated performers while raising vital funds and awareness for Planned Parenthood's efforts to elect leaders who support sexual and reproductive health care access and rights for all.

The exciting cast includes house band Michael P & the Gullywashers, comedian Nancy Stanley, Reveille Men's Chorus Reverb ensemble, circus troupe Cirque Roots, mariachi by Diana Olivares, comedy sketches by Unscrewed Theatre, satirist David Fitzsimmons and many more. Please visit this website often as performer information will be added and updated regularly!

Admission is $50 for general seating tickets and $100 for limited-quantity VIP tickets - which includes premium seating and a pre-show reception with complimentary cocktails, tacos and opportunities to mix and mingle with Tempest DuJour and other performers. Please visit for tickets The Very Big Show (of Support!) today!






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Roadrunner Theatre Company Audition for "God’s Favorite"


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Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2017 1:19 PM
Subject: Audition notice from RTC




The Roadrunner Theatre Company

is proud to announce auditions for,


God's Favorite

By Neil Simon


Production run dates:

June 9 to July 2, 2017

Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm


Directed by Larry Fuller


Audition dates:

Saturday, March 11 from 12:00pm to 2:00 pm

Saturday, March 18 from 12:00pm to 1:00 pm

Call backs immediately following from 1:00pm to 2:00pm


Cold reading from script. Please bring headshot and resume. Sides available via email.



Joe Benjamin – Mid to late fifties - father

Ben Benjamin – Mid twenties (twin brother to Sarah)

Sarah Benjamin – Mid twenties (twin sister to Ben)

Rose Benjamin – Early to mid-fifties - mother

David Benjamin – Late twenties – bigger brother

Mady – Middle aged domestic

Morris – Middle aged domestic

Sidney Lipton – Late thirties to late forties - Mystery Man


For more information, please call 520-207-2491 or email




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Friday, February 24, 2017

Audition - Murder at the Magic Show - paid


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Murder at the Magic Show






Great pay - P/T Weekend Evenings (6-9:30pm)


Casting for various Male/Female Leads

Please Email Headshot and Resume to Schedule an Audition

Mystery & Magic Dinner Theater

3500 E. Sunrise Dr. (at the Five Palms)


The Mystery and Magic Dinner Theatre at the Five Palms is seeking swing performers for "Murder at the Magic Show," an interactive award winning murder-mystery dinner show performing weekly at the beautiful Five Palms restaurant in the foothills. This is a scripted, four person show, with roles for two men and two women with strong comedic timing and a flair for improv. One of the men's roles is performed in drag, and requires an over-the-top personality. All roles are paid (stipend plus tips) and average $100-$150 per performance. Please email a headshot and resume to Call Ross at 520-861-4800 with any questions, or to schedule an audition appointment.    WEBSITE:



To Schedule an Audition Appointment

Call Ross - 520-861-4800




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The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory NOW REGISTERING FOR SPRING TERM 2017



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Sent: Friday, February 24, 2017 2:00 PM
Subject: Spring AD...



The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory  -  520-207-8948 or 520-468-1664



SATURDAY, MARCH 4  –  APRIL 22, 2017 – 8 WEEKS!

The KEY to Spontaneous Emotions:  Psychophysical Actions


The TheatreLab is a safe and supportive environment for honest exploration, artistic and spiritual growth. A place for the serious novice and professional alike.  Based on Stanislavsky's Psychophysical Action technique.


7 Saturday Classes:  Professional Course in Psychophysical Actions:  12:00 – 3:00 pm -175.00 –Includes:

Yoga Meditation

Psychophysical conditioning exercises:  The Key to Spontaneous Emotions         

Voice and Speech                             

Dramatic improvisation – Long and Short forms

Monologue and Scene study using Active Analysis through Psychophysical Actions

Performance Showcases



The Lab is located at the Historic Y, 738 N. 5th Ave. at University Blvd., Tucson, AZ   85705

(Entrance on 5th Avenue next to Zuzi Theatre)


CALL FOR INFORMATION AND TO AUDIT A CLASS      520-207-8948 -- 520-468-1664


Philip G. Bennett, Artistic Director is a graduate from the renowned American Stanislavsky Theatre in New York, where he served as actor, instructor and Assistant Artistic Director to Sonia Moore, émigré actress/director from the Third Studio of the Moscow Art Theatre. Mr. Bennett founded the San Francisco Theatre Academy in 1976 and is a three-time recipient of the prestigious Hollywood DramaLogue Award.


Graduate students appear regularly in film and television, and are accepted in conservatories and repertory companies in the US and the UK. 


Mr. Bennett's co-authored new textbook Experiencing Stanislavsky Today: Training and Rehearsal for the Psychophysical Actor, Routledge Academic Publishers, London and New York is available at world-wide.





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Artifact Dance Project presents Surrounding Dillinger


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Artifact Dance Project presents
Surrounding Dillinger
Stevie Eller Dance Theatre - University of Arizona campus​
Thursday, March 23, 7:30pm
Friday, March 24, 7:30pm
Saturday, March 25, 7:30pm
Sunday, March 26, 2:00pm

$29 reserved seating
Purchase tickets

Behind the Scenes of the collaboration between Artifact Dance Project and Ryanhood to create the show, "Surrounding Dillinger."
Produced by: Ty Besh
Click here for more info

Hardened by a decade-long prison sentence for a minor offense, a newly-released John Dillinger assembles a likable but deadly gang of criminals to help him steal back the life he lost in a dazzling series of depression-era bank robberies. But with the newly-formed FBI hot on his trail and the shadows of his past closing in around him, Dillinger must make the ultimate getaway or lose everything — and everyone — he has come to love the most. In collaboration with musical folk-duo Ryanhood, Artifact Dance Project brings the story of Tucson's favorite gangster into stunning and creative focus live on stage.

Artifact Dance Project Inc.

17 E. Toole Ave, Tucson, AZ, United States

Tucson, AZ 85701


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Unscrewed Theater: All Ages, Improv Battles, and UNCENSORED!

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From: Unscrewed Theater <>
Date: Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 4:03 PM
Subject: All Ages, Improv Battles, and UNCENSORED!

Unscrewed Theater

FUNNY for Everyone This Weekend!

All-Ages Improv!
Bring the kids & Grandma! Funny for everyone to enjoy, and every show is different!

Friday, February 24th - 7:30 pm
Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

Family Friendly Improv Comedy
$5.00, as always!

Saturday, February 25th - 7:30 pm
Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

Family Friendly Improv Comedy
$5.00, as always!

Consider yourself warned!

Online ticket sales end at 5:45pm 
the night of the show.



Grown-Up Improv!
Friday, February 24th - 9:15 pm
4th Friday Free Form Fight Night

Our newest night of entertainment! 4 teams enter – 1 team leaves! Four improv teams compete against each other in head-to-head battles. Who can defeat Adam and Mike? Hosted by Cris Candelario
Contains adult language & situations

Saturday, February 25th - 9:30 pm
Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

UNCENSORED Improv Comedy
Get a sitter and have some adult fun!
Ages 17+ admitted
$5.00, as always!



Get Tickets Here!




Michael Gellman in Tucson! A very exciting addition to our guest instructor workshop series, Michael Gellman worked with Del Close back in the day and has been teaching ever since.

Available Workshops - 
- Focus Out To See In
- Re: Acting – Improv Down And Dirty
- Improvisation From The Heart
- Silence Is Golden – Improvised Acting
- The Original Harold – Old School


Get Your Michael Gellman Workshop Here!




Ever thought about taking an improv class, but wasn't sure if it was right for you? Well, now's your chance!

Take our "Improv Sampler" workshop Tuesday night for only $15 - price includes a free ticket to ANY NBOJU or From The Top Impro Show (Exp. 3/31/17) Must be 18 or over to enroll. 




Enroll in Our Improv Sampler Here!



Improv Classes Start Soon

Instructor: Mike Pierce
Day & Time: Wednesdays, 7:00pm - 9:30pm, starting 3/8/17 
Duration: 8 weeks

Tuition is a mere $25.00 per class. If you pay up front, the price is only $150.00 AND you get an Unscrewed Theater t-shirt!

Strapped for Cash?
Apply for the Unscrewed Theater ShelShines Scholarship!

Mike has been studying, performing and teaching improv for 15 years. He firmly believes that the skills you learn in improv are directly applicable to everyday life as well! 




Enroll in Improv 101 Now!



Apply for Your Scholarship Here!






Want to REVIVE your Improv Groove?

Improv 201 - Intermediate Improv
Instructor: Rob Sparks

Day & Time: Tuesdays, 7:00pm - 9:30pm, starting 3/7/17 
Duration: 8 weeks

Improv 301 - Advanced Improv – Short Form
Instructor: Scott Shaver

Day & Time: Wednesdays 7:00pm - 9:30pm, starting 3/8/17 
Duration: 8 weeks

Tuition is $25.00 per class. If you pay up front, the price is only $150.00 AND you get an Unscrewed Theater t-shirt!



Enroll in Improv 201 Now!



Enroll in Improv 301 Now!




Unscrewed Theater
3244 E. Speedway Blvd. 
Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 289-8076


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Thursday, February 23, 2017

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents: TWELFTH NIGHT - A Goth Production of Shakespeare


From: Pierce, Lisa Ann - (lisapierce) []
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2017 8:31 PM
Subject: A Goth Production of Shakespeare


F O R    I M M E D I A T E     R E L E A S E

CONTACT: Lisa Pierce, Dir. of Marketing & Development w 520.626.2686 w

The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television


Approx Run Time: 113 minutes w 15-minute Intermission w Brent Gibbs, Director w (520) 621.9402w

Visit > Press Room > Media Photos for TWELFTH NIGHT media photos


February 24, 2017


UA’s Arizona Repertory Theatre presents TWELFTH NIGHT

by William Shakespeare | directed by Brent Gibbs



TUCSON, AZ - Washed ashore after a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a boy and finds employment in the service of Orsino, the Duke of Ilyria. Charged with wooing Lady Olivia, the object of the Duke’s infatuation, Viola finds herself in the middle of the strangest love triangle ever formed.  Lady Olivia falls for Viola, while Viola falls for the Duke.  The course of true love never did run smooth, and in this classic Shakespeare story, we are treated to a romance unlike anything that we have experienced before. Mayhem, mix-ups and foolery abound in this delightful comedy.


Dates & Times:

Previews:  Mar 5 at 1:30pm, Mar 6 at 7:30pm

Evenings:  Mar 8 - 11, Mar 23 - 25, Mar 31 – Apr 1 at 7:30pm

Matinees:  Mar 11, Mar 25 - 26, Apr 2 at 1:30pm


Place: Marroney Theatre on the UA campus located near the SE

corner of Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard.


Cost/Admission: Regular $28, Senior/UA Employee/Military $26, Student $15, Preview $17, Alumni discount $6 off qualifying rate | Deeper discounts apply to groups (other than students) numbering 10+


Ticket Information: UA Fine Arts Box Office, (520) 621-1162

12p-4p | M-F | or


Parking:  Park Avenue Garage, located on Park Avenue just north of Speedway Blvd. Pre-paid parking is available for weekday evening performances. Saturday and Sunday there is no charge to park.  If you have special needs for parking, please call UA Parking & Transportation Services at (520) 621-3550.


Media Contact: Lisa Pierce, (520) 626-2686,



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Live Theatre Workshop's Family Series presents its 2017-2018 Season of original Musical Adventures


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Subject: Live Theatre Workshop's Family Series Press Release





Our family series presents its 2017-2018 Season of original Musical Adventures


You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Based on The Comic Strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz

Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner

Additional Dialogue by Michael Mayer

Additional Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa

June 15 – July 1, 2017              Thurs/Fri nights at 7pm and Sat/Sun afternoons at 3pm

Celebrating its 50th year since Charlie Brown first stepped foot onto the stage; we will take you back to the fun memories of the whole "PEANUTS" gang.  Throughout this musical adventure, you will peak into the life of some of your favorite iconic characters like Lucy, Schroeder, Snoopy, and of course Charlie Brown!  Some memorable songs include "My New Philosophy" and "Happiness". Come play along with us as we help Charlie get the courage to talk to the Little Red Headed Girl, play baseball, see Snoopy's imagination as he flies through the air, and see if Lucy will ever be nice to Charlie.  Fun for audiences of any age, this is a show your family won't want to miss.


The Rootin' Tootin' Tale of Little Red Riding Boots

An original adaption by Stephen Frankenfield

With original music and lyrics by David Ragland

July 23 – September 17, 2017           no show August 20, 2017                  Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM

Once upon a time in the old west, lived a girl named Little Red Riding Boots. One day her father asks her to take some of his famous spicy-hot beef jerky to her Gran, because she's stuck in bed with a terrible head cold. So, she puts on her red cowboy boots, grabs hold of her trusty slingshot, and heads out into the Wild West, towards Gran's house. Along the way she meets critters and varmints and an outlaw or two. Can they help Red get to Gran's house safely, or will she run into unexpected trouble? Because hiding behind the prickly pear and the tumbleweeds, along the dusty dirt roads is Big Bad Coyote Jack, and he has other plans for Red, Gran and that delicious bag of spicy-hot jerky.


Dia de los Muertos The Musical

An original story and music by Michael Martinez

October 1 – November 5, 2017                        Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM

The Day of the Dead comes to life in a new children's musical. Daniel travels between two magical worlds learning to conquer his greatest fears and discovering that those greatest fears lead him to his greatest strengths. Traditional music, dance, and storytelling bring Daniel face to face with a Goddess who swallows the stars and watches over the dead and teaches the whole audience that things are not always what they seem to be.  


Jingle Bell Rock

An original story by Richard Gremel

With live music by Michael Martinez

November 26 – December 17,2017                 Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM

The Christmas Cheer Squad is back at it again, trying to raise the cheer for Christmas.  Only this year, J.B. Coalson head of the coal industry, has other plans in mind.  Watch as he attempts to ruin Christmas cheer and get everyone on the naughty list so they can have coal in their stockings.  Sing, dance, and rock n' roll along to some of your favorite Christmas songs as you help the cheer squad bring down J.B. Coalson and help Santa get ready for Christmas.




An original adaption by Richard Gremel

With original music and lyrics by Richard Gremel and Connor Griffin

January 14 – March 18, 2018           No show February 11, 2018                              Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM

It's the typical story of boy meets girl.  Only this girl was kidnapped as an infant, locked away in a tall tower, and forced to grow her hair long so her evil step-mother can climb in and out of the tower. Love blossoms when a prince stumbles across Rapunzel in her tower.  But if the evil step-mother has anything to say about it, this love will not succeed.  Come see this classic story of Rapunzel reimagined as a hip-hop musical.  



Spaceman Zero

An original story by Kristian Kissel

With original music by David Ragland

April 8 – June 3, 2018        No show May 6, 2018                        Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM

Casper has always been fascinated with space, and he's one of the smartest kids in his 6th grade class. So when he announces that he intends to build a rocket ship for this year's science fair, everyone thinks it's a great idea. Until, of course, he actually succeeds and ends up in space! While his parents and the military are busy trying to figure out how to get him back home, Casper is having the adventure of a lifetime! He even meets a new friend from an unknown planet! The General is convinced that Casper's new friend is dangerous, the reporters all want the story of a lifetime, that cute girl he likes is finally thinking about letting him take her to the dance, the science fair committee is ready to give him first place, and his parents just want him back. Can Casper make it home, save his friend, get his ribbon, and get to the dance on time? Come and find out in this truly out-of-this-world story!


Titles and dates subject to change.

For more information call (520) 327-0160 or check us out online at


Contact: Amanda Gremel, Director of Children's Programming at Live Theatre Workshop (520) 327-0160



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By Chuck Graham,


Allison Semmes and Chester Gregory as Diana Ross and Berry Gordy.

"Motown the Musical” is all about the spectacle. The music is good, but the dazzling costumes, sweep of strong voices and an amazing digital backdrop of ever-changing panels filled with bright colors trumps the songs and the story of Berrry Gordy's tumultuous success in the music business during America's civil rights conflicts and cultural revolution.

Everybody probably already knows this, but it is worth noting that “Motown the Musical” is not a showcase of Motown's greatest hits. We hear some full songs but mostly snippets, whether it is the Supremes early favorites, a little bit of Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson or some knock-out vocal gymnastics from the Jackson 5.

However, there is lots of music -- 61 song titles listed in alphabetical order on the program -- and an excellent pit orchestra playing the score. There just aren't many moments of heart-stopping nostalgia hearing such favorites as “I Hear A Symphony,” “I Heard It Through the Grapevine,” “My Guy,” “Stop in the Name of Love” or “Signed, Sealed Delivered I'm Yours.”

Of the four lead players – Berry Gordy (Chester Gregory), Diana Ross (Allison Semmes), Marvin Gaye (Jarran Muse), Smokey Robinson (David Kaverman) – Semmes interpretation of Ross stood above the others.

But the most magical music was sung by diminutive CJ Wright as the exuberant young Michael Jackson backed by his four older brothers.

“Motown the Musical” runs nearly three hours, with Act One beginning in 1938 when the youngster Berry Gordy heard the radio broadcast of Joe Louis knocking out Max Schmeling (a white man) that filled Gordy with black pride.

As postwar pop music became a market place battle for record sales in dime stores and such, Gordy borrowed $800 from his family and plunged into the record business. In the early 1950s he was making “race records” and spent most of the first act trying to get his records played on white radio stations.

In the course of this rags-to-riches story we learn a few things. All of Motown's sales staff were white guys. After the Supremes became popular, Gordy insisted they sing “a standard,” that is, a white song, because he knew they wouldn't be booked into the Copacabana and Las Vegas if they could only sing black music.

But as the confrontations over civil rights turned into race riots, Gordy refused to get involved. He insisted his singers get respect, but he would not join any black activist groups.

Then the second act is about the success of Motown and Ross, the Motown move from Detroit to Los Angeles, the success of the Supremes in Las Vegas and on the Ed Sullivan show. And of course, the break-up of the Supremes because Ross wanted to be bigger all by herself.

It is a story we all know to some degree. And the telling of it seems to take forever. But in the meantime, there is still lots of spectacle to enjoy as the gowns become more elegant, the back-up singers more snappy...and that amazing stage set more dazzling.

“Motown the Musical” runs through Sunday in Centennial Hall, 1020 E. University Blvd., presented by Broadway in Tucson. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 22-23; 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24; 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25; 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26.

Tickets are $19-$100, with discounts available. For details and reservations,, or 1-800-745-3000. Or in person at the Centennial Hall box office, with free parking




Casting Call, U of A short film


From: Daniel Crowley []
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 9:27 PM
Subject: Tucson Stage submission - U of A short film



------- All There Is -------

A short film about a writer who sits down with one of his characters, creating her story through conversation, but he comes to the realization that she represents more than just a work of fiction. It is an original script that looks to explore the creative process visually, while getting the audience to reflect on their own personal history.



            The Writer, 30 to 50 years of age. He is reserved but in control, as his creation     takes shape before him.

            The Woman, 30 to 40 years of age. She is nostalgic of her past but optimistic for the future.


The production is scheduled to film around the end of March, across two 5-6 hour days, most likely on the weekend. These are volunteer roles but you will be surrounded by students who are passionate to learn more about the medium, as we all join together to create something that hopefully leaves an impact.


If you are interested in auditioning or have any questions, please contact Dan Crowley:



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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

PCC Performing Arts presents IN THE HEIGHTS


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Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 2:46 PM
Subject: About home, family and finding where you belong... Pima Community College Center for the Arts


PCC performing arts presents

Lin-Manuel Miranda
Feb. 23-March 5, 2017
Thu. - Sat. at 7:30 p.m., Sat. - Sun. at 2 p.m.
Center for the Arts, West Campus

Tickets $18 with several discounts available.

"Every second generation immigrant struggles with what is home—the community one's parents came from, or the community one was raised in. IN THE HEIGHTS is a two-hour celebration of home, family and finding where you belong; filled with wonderful music and energetic dancing."  - director Todd Poelstra

The story is set in a vibrant New York City neighborhood of Washington Heights in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge. The tightly knit neighborhood is a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of immigrants from mostly Latin countries. But, it's also a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind.

IN THE HEIGHTS won the 2008 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Original Score, Best Choreography and Best Orchestration.

Pima Community College Center For The Arts - 2202 W Anklam Rd, Tucson, AZ, 85709, (520) 206-6986

Tickets $18 with several discounts available.



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2017 Finalists Named for Arizona Governor's Arts Awards








            PHOENIX, Ariz. (Feb. 22, 2017): Twenty-one finalists have been named in seven categories for 2017 Governor's Arts Awards, which will be presented at the 36th annual Governor's Arts Awards dinner and celebration, May 4 at the Phoenician Resort, 6000 E. Camelback Road in Scottsdale.

The Governor's Arts Awards are presented by Arizona Citizens for the Arts in partnership with the Office of the Governor.

An independent panel of judges also selected Mary Way of Paradise Valley as the recipient of the inaugural Philanthropy Award to recognize extraordinary philanthropic leadership through the contribution of financial resources to non-profit arts and culture organizations, and by encouraging the philanthropic support of others.

The winner of the 12th annual Shelley Award will be announced this spring.

Finalists for 2017 Governor's Arts Awards, which were announced at a special event at Phoenix Theatre this week, are:

• Artist: Liliana Gomez, Phoenix; Katherine Josten, Tucson; Dennis Rowland, Phoenix.

Arts in Education, Individual: David Andres, Tucson; Dr. Mary Erickson, Tempe; Dennis Ott, Sedona.

Arts in Education, Organization: Children's Museum of Phoenix; Osborn School District, Phoenix; University of Arizona Museum of Art.

Individual: Lin Ling Lee, Phoenix; Hope H. Ozer, Paradise Valley; Dr. Ruth Tan Lim, Mesa.

Community: Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts, Wickenburg; Mesa Arts Center, Mesa; Phoenix Center for the Arts, Phoenix.

Small Business: Arizona Copper Art Museum, Clarkdale; Galiano's Café, Douglas; Partridge and Associates, CPAs, Scottsdale.

Large Business: Alliance Bank of Arizona, Phoenix; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Phoenix; Casino Del Sol Resort, Tucson.

All 70 nominees for the 2017 Governor's Arts Awards were recognized at a special Nominee Event on Feb. 20 when the three finalists in each category and the Philanthropy Honoree were announced.

            Since 1981, more than 200 artists, individuals, arts and cultural organizations, educators and businesses have received Governor's Arts Awards.

For registration information and to purchase tickets, visit



Catherine "Rusty" Foley, Executive Director, Arizona Citizens for the Arts, (602) 253-6535

Steve Carr, The Kur Carr Group, Inc., (602) 317-3040


Arizona Citizens for the Arts, a 35-year-old 501 c3 organization, acts as the eyes, ears and voice of the nonprofit arts and culture sector in Arizona at the State Legislature, in local city halls and partnerships with business and community leaders involved in building and supporting quality of life in Arizona. 


Fox Tucson Theatre presents TAJ EXPRESS, The Bollywood Musical Revue


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Fox Tucson Theatre

17 W. Congress Street, Tucson, AZ 85701




The Bollywood Musical Revue

APRIL 17, 2017


The Bollywood musical spectacular,

Taj Express, is coming the Fox Tucson Theatre! With over 2,000 dazzling costumes, 1,500 pieces of jewelry, a high-energy electronic soundtrack accompanied with live musicians, this two hour live show will transport you out of Tucson and travel across to exotic India, where romance and enchantment await! 







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