BWW Contest: Share Your Stage Door Photos For Free Tickets!
(8/19/2014) - BroadwayWorld.com has just launched a new Facebook Contest, which is all about YOUR great stage door photos! To enter, upload your BEST stage door images, and be entered for a chance to win a pair of tickets to one of Broadway's hottest hits. Want more chances to win? Have your friends vote for your photos -- it's that easy! x
Tickets to ELF & NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT at Mesa Arts Center Now On Sale
(7/29/2014) - The 2014-15 Broadway on Center Series, presented at Mesa Arts Center in partnership with WestCoast Entertainment, brings three exciting national touring Broadway productions to Mesa: Elf the Musical, a hilarious Christmas favorite based on the 2003 New Line Cinema movie hit; Camelot, one of theater's most legendary musicals; and Nice Work If You Can Get It, the high-stepping extravaganza that was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
Tony Bennett Comes to The Mesa Arts Center, 8/23
(7/26/2014) - Mesa Arts Center presents Tony Bennett, the 17 time Grammy Award-winning musician whose music spans over six decades on Saturday, August 23 at the Ikeda Theater. Tickets range from $60 to $155, and can be purchased now through the Mesa Arts Center Box Office, mesaartscenter.com, or at 480-644-6500.
Old Crow Medicine Show to Perform Live at Mesa Arts Center, 9/14
(7/21/2014) - Old Crow Medicine Show heads to the Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center on September 14 at 7 p.m. in support of their latest studio album, Remedy. Tickets go on sale to Mesa Arts Center members on July 23 and to the general public at 10 a.m. July 25 at the Mesa Arts Center Box Office, mesaartscenter.com, or at 480-644-6500.
BWW Reviews: Desert Stages Theatre's CABARET Lacks Oomph
(7/21/2014) - The one good thing to be said about Desert Stages Theatre's production of Cabaret is Terry Gadaire. As the racy and suggestive Emcee of 1929 Berlin's Kit Kat Klub, he personifies the decadence and ultimately the pathos of a Germany descending through the gates of Hitlerian hell. Gadaire has been a consistently brilliant performer in Valley theatre, most recently delivering a tour de force reprise of his role as King Arthur in Fountain Hills Theater's Spamalot. Once again, he reveals his exemplary singing and acting chops.