This month, just in time for Valentine’s Day, Fountain Hills Theater will bring “Ghost: The Musical” to life for audiences here in Arizona.
Theatre Artists Studio was founded in 2005 by performing arts professionals who aspired to create a cooperative space for actors, directors, playwrights and tech designers to work.
Several seemingly eternal stories will illuminate stages across Arizona this month, encouraging audiences to embrace the unexplainable magic and romance of life.
This month, some of the greatest Christmas chronicles of all time will take the stage in Arizona.
United Colours of Arizona Theatre this summer will present a series of performances at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts that will explore love in all its forms — from readings of classic stories to musical explorations and cabarets.
At Detour Company Theatre, the performers just happen to be adults with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities who are dedicated to their craft and to sharing the joy of theater with the community.
Despite the obstacles of masks and COVID-19 testing, Musical Theatre of Anthem’s producing artistic director Jackie Hammond wholeheartedly believes that the nonprofit performing arts organization’s 2021–2022 season was by far the best in its 14 years of educating and entertaining the community.
Although Anthem resident Joe Bousard’s professional journey in music and theater has taken him to not only New York but also as far away as Japan, it has now come full circle, bringing him back to Arizona where his story of stardom started.
“Les Misérables, School Edition” is coming to Carefree’s Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion April 21–30, courtesy of Desert Foothills Theater.
Writer Joseph J. AirdoPhotography Courtesy of Phoenix Theatre Company [dropcap]H[/dropcap]aving last presented “Million Dollar Quartet” two years ago, the Phoenix…