Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013

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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013Tommy Emmanuel @ Fox in Broadway" border="0" height="100" width="100" align="right"> Tommy EmmaNUEL @ FOX
The Rialto Theatre
2/12-2/12/2013
Two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia's most respected musicians. The legendary guitarist has a professional career that spans five decades and continues to intersect with some of the finest musicians throughout the world. A household name in his native Australia, Tommy has garnered hundreds of thousands of loyal fans worldwide. Tommy's unique style - he calls it simply "finger style" - is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all ten fingers. Rather than using a whole band for melody, rhythm, bass, and drum parts, Tommy plays all that - and more - on one guitar. Guitar legend Chet Atkins was one of the first to inspire Emmanuel to try this "fingerpicker" style as a child. Decades later, Atkins himself became one of Emmanuel's biggest fans.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 HAROLD AND MAUDE
Fox TucsonTheatre
2/14-2/14/2013
Self-destructive and needy but wealthy teenager Harold is obsessed with death and spends his leisure time attending funerals, watching the demolition of buildings, visiting junkyards, simulating suicides trying to get the attention of his indifferent, snobbish and egocentric mother, and having sessions with his psychologist. When Harold meets the anarchic seventy-nine-year-old Maude at a funeral, they become friends and the old lady discloses other perspectives of the cycle of life for him. Meanwhile, his mother enlists him in a dating service and tries to force him to join the army. On the day of Maude's eightieth birthday, Harold proposes to her but he finds the truth about life at the end of hers.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 SO MANY LOVES
Community Performance & Art Center
2/14-2/14/2013
Comprised of Ruth and Don O'Brien, Sue and Bill Krinke, Eloise Fredrickson and Ron Bell, this local a cappella sextet will feature a diverse collection of songs for the romantic of heart. Put some romance back in your life as this talented ensemble serenades you to evoke a smile, a laugh or a memory.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013Nathan Gunn in Broadway" border="0" height="100" width="100" align="right"> Nathan Gunn
UA Crowder Hall
2/14-2/14/2013
One of the most in-demand baritones today and a frequent interpreter of new works, Gunn's compelling stage presence - People Magazine named him one of the 'Sexiest Men Alive' in 2008 - and musical versatility have given him star billing in operas around the world, ranging from contemporary works to Mozart's masterpieces. Singing with orchestras and in recital, the Grammy-winning Gunn has ventured outside the standard opera repertoire with appearances in "Camelot" with the New York Philharmonic and "Showboat" at Carnegie Hall. The New York Times says, "Nathan Gunn commands an operatic baritone whose mighty heft and richness confer an outsize authority on everything he touches."
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 LOVE LETTERS
Community Performance & Art Center
2/15-2/15/2013
Andrew and Melissa grew up together and corresponded with each other throughout their lives. Love Letters, by A.R. Gurney is their story, told through the letters they exchanged. You will fall in love with them, as they fell in love with each other. They are portrayed by Al and Julia Saterbak, who met on stage playing husband and wife and have appeared together in dozens of performances in Wisconsin and Arizona.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 DON BARNHART
Laff's Comedy Cafe
2/15-2/17/2013
Comedian Don Barnhart combines well written, topical material and delivers it with a fast paced improvisational flair that keeps audiences of all ages howling with laughter and coming back for more. Audiences say, "Barnhart has the wit and insight of George Carlin with the energy, delivery of Robin Williams making Don funny on so many different levels." Barnhart is also a favorite at the top Comedy Clubs across the country and cruise ships around the world and is a regular act on the Vegas strip.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 FROM THE TOP WITH CHRISTOPHER O'RILEY
UA Centennial Hall
2/17-2/17/2013
Join us for a taping of the program that for the past decade has been the preeminent showcase for America's best young musicians. Heralded by the San Francisco Chronicle as, "contemporary culture's feel-good success story," the program shares the stories and performances of pre-collegiate musicians ages 8 to 18 with millions each week. At the heart of From the Top's mission is the belief that young people can make an important contribution to the world by sharing who they are and what they love to do. The Chicago Tribune wrote, "The most original and popular classical music program in the history of public radio." We think you will be charmed.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 PASSIONATELY, PIAZZOLLA!
Ballet Tucson
2/15-2/17/2013
Ballet Tucson announces its exciting collaboration with Chamber Music PLUS and the Tucson Guitar Society as part of the newly launched Tucson Desert Song Festival. The emotionally charged life of legendary composer and tango music godfather Astor Piazzolla is portrayed through live music, voice, acting and dance. Ballet Tucson leads a stellar cast in this exciting theatrical experience with book by Harry Clark and innovative choreography by Chieko Imada and John Dahlstrand. This world premiere promises to be a feast for the senses filled with visual drama, lush movement and passionate music and song.
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FIRST KISSES
Invisible Theatre
2/12-3/3/2013

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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 FIRST KISSES
Invisible Theatre
2/13-3/3/2013
This charming multi prize winning play explores the lifelong relationship between John and Mary. They were born on the same day and grew up in the same town. A classic love story, FIRST KISSES follows this very special couple over the course of more than 60 years ... a span which includes love, marriage, birth, death, grandparenthood and of course, a first kiss. This tour-de-force features Harold and Maedell Dixon.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 UA DANCE "PREMIUM BLEND"
UA Stevie Eller
2/14-3/3/2013
Balanchine's three-part, evening-long ballet, Jewels, is one of the jewels of his output. Created in 1967, Jewels revisits the central pillars of his glorious career. The second ballet, Rubies, set to Stravinsky, celebrates American dance virtues, filled with sexy Broadway and jazz references. The work is pure Balanchine, full of the abstract stage patterns, novel arm and feet movements, and virtuoso fireworks typical of his style. UA's School of Dance is honored as only the third university dance program to be permitted to perform this work. Amy Ernst's poetic work for eight women, entitled Songs of Sanctuary, will return to celebrate its 10th anniversary since being invited to the American College Dance Festival's national gala. RATS!! by Douglas Nielsen, with vocals by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. will be presented on this program as well. Added to the male cast that exemplifies the infamous 'Rat Pack' will be the presence of women, as Shirley MacLaine, Anne Margaret and Liza Minnelli were considered essential to the entourage of that time. Along with robust choreography, gestures based on American Sign Language are incorporated into this dance. James Clouser's new ballet Beachers, to be danced to the music of Dimitri Shostakovitch, presents a series of scenes that take place at the seashore and features flirtatious flappers, health enthusiasts, those who sun but never swim, a squall and a mirage revealing a dalliance between Venus and Neptune. Michael Williams plans a new work set to a vibrant score in the contemporary musical genre of Nu Jazz. With orchestration ranging from traditional to experimental, the melodies of Nu Jazz are fresh, and its rhythms new and alive.
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Now Playing Onstage in Tucson - Week of 2/10/2013 PREMIUM BLEND
School of Dance
2/14-3/3/2013
The award winning ballet, Jewels, choreographed by George Balanchine has been called the first full-length abstract ballet Balanchine created. It premiered in 1967 by the New York City Ballet. For this three-part ballet, Balanchine used as his inspiration three different composers and the artistry of jewelry designer Claude Arpels. Rubies, the middle section (between Emeralds and Diamonds) is a clever and lighthearted romp, reminiscent of other collaborations between Igor Stravinsky and Balanchine. Set to Stravinsky's Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra, this 19 minute piece for 15 dancers has become popular as a stand-alone ballet.
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Live Theatre Workshop
2/14-3/24/2013

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THE LONE STRANGER, OR "HILARITY RIDES AGAIN"
The Gaslight Theatre
1/15-3/31/2013

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