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RON POPE’s “Worktapes” – February 24 at The Van Buren

RON POPE’S WORKTAPES OUT ON BROOKLYN BASED RECORDS  SETS SECOND LEG OF U.S. TOUR SHOW AT THE VAN BUREN IN PHX “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” “Sounds Like: Earnest, melodic story songs written and sung by a guy who knows his way around an electric guitar…For fans of Tom Petty’s hooks, Little Feat’s grooves, the rock and …

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HERBERGER THEATER ANNOUNCES ADDITION OF THREE RESIDENT COMPANIES

Arizona Opera, Childsplay Theatre and Arizona Broadway Theatre Named as Resident Companies PHOENIX, November 13, 2017 – Today the Herberger Theater Center (HTC) announced the addition of three resident companies beginning with the 2018-2019 season: Arizona Opera, Childsplay Theatre and Arizona Broadway Theatre. They will join current resident companies, Arizona Theatre Company, Center Dance Ensemble and iTheatre Collaborative. These new …

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“Ligature” Installation from Marilyn Szabo to Debut at Walter Art Gallery

“Ligature 1” – Marilyn Szabo SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Walter Art Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of photographer Marilyn Szabo who will showcase her fine art installation entitled “Ligature”, guest curated by Nicole Royse of Royse Contemporary. The installation will showcase 10 large-scale images printed on vinyl, highlighting the technically exquisite and surrealist imagery created by Szabo. A …

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National Tour of “Something Rotten!” Visits ASU Gammage

By Laura Latzko What was William Shakespeare like and what did others think of him? Did he have any rivals? These questions are tackled in a humorous way in the hit Broadway musical Something Rotten! The U.S. tour for Something Rotten! will visit ASU Gammage through November 5. Nominated for ten Tony Awards in 2015, the show debuted on Broadway …

ASU Project Humanities Announced as Recipient of Fund for Positive Engagement Award

Arizona State University is one of 40 institutions to receive funding from Campus Compact to bridge divides on campuses and in communities. TEMPE – Campus Compact, a Boston-based nonprofit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced 40 college and university recipients of grants to bring people together across lines of difference from its Fund for …