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Hip Historian’ Marshall Shore, outside the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center in Phoenix, said he learned about Nicolai De Raylan in 2016. Shore said he was curious to learn about the 'gender pioneer' who died in Arizona a century earlier.

Arizona’s Hip Historian Marshall Shore is known for his vivid storytelling, a cult-like following and expertise on the state’s history, and part of the appeal is his study of under-represented groups, which led to his decision to work on writing a happier end for a local “gender pioneer”. Read more»

A trio from Bandaloop, a vertical dance group performs on Wednesday at the Meinel Optical Sciences building on the University of Arizona mall.

Using climbing ropes and their mettle, the "vertical dance" troupe Bandaloop performed Wednesday afternoon swinging across the glass front of the Meinel Optical Sciences Building in front of dozens of observers on the University of Arizona campus. Read more»

The artist with her mural 'Creation Stories' in Downtown Tucson

Tucson visual artist and performer To-Ree-Nee-Wolf unveils her debut CD, "A Wolf By Any Other Name." Read more»

Performances at the Fox Tucson Theatre will be suspended starting Monday, and running through April 5. Read more»

Paige Mills (#14), Lauren Vialva (#11), Sophia Goodin (#2), Vuane Suitt (#00), Eavan Clare Brunswick (#8), Elana Rose Richardson (#13).

"The Wolves," an entertaining and provocative Pulitzer-finalist play that is "not really about soccer," explores life and death on the "planet of teenage girls." It's playing for two weeks at Arizona Repertory Theatre. Read more»

Madison Micucci and Brandon Espinoza in ATC’s 'Cabaret.'

The holiday-season production of "Cabaret" by Arizona Theatre Company, which opened last weekend is a highly professional, glitzily entertaining revival of a very important American musical that is also the best live-theatre bargain in town this year. Read more»

Holly Griffith, Cynthia Meier and Ryan Parker Knox in the Rogue Theatre production of 'Blithe Spirit.'

Playfully charming, hauntingly erotic, mercurially witty, beguilingly theatrical, Holly Griffith's wonderful performance as Elvira highlights Rogue Theatre's graceful production of "Blithe Spirit," Noel Coward's comic masterpiece, which opened here last weekend. Read more»

Thousands attended the Tucson's annual All Souls Procession, now marking its 30th year, on Sunday night.

Streaming along the streets of Tucson, thousands walked parallel to the Santa Cruz River on Sunday night, many in costumes with faces painted to remember lost loved ones, as part of the 2019 All Souls Procession. Read more»

Caption: (from left) Karl Haas (Marshall), Cynthia Jeffrey (Regina), Dave Davidson (Oscar), David Alexander Johnston (Ben), and Damian Garcia (Leo) in Winding Road’s 'The Little Foxes.'

Winding Road's presentation of Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes" (which closes this weekend) is a well-directed, well-cast, well-acted production of a classic American play which, to my knowledge, has not been performed in Tucson this century (and probably for a lot longer). Read more»

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night.

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night. Read more»

Cole Potwardowski as Al, Matt Bowdren as Tom, David Greenwood as Pa and Aaron Shand as Noah

The Rogue is the only theatre company in Tucson — and, I would guess, one of the few in the country — with the aesthetic sensibility, technical proficiency, resident ensemble and dramatic chops to undertake an earnest production the stage adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel. Read more»

Claire Mannle in 'The Yellow Wallpaper.'

Two intelligently conceived and professionally mounted one-act plays mark the opening of a new theatre company here in Tucson: the Scoundrel and Scamp. One is a truly dramatic monologue, the other a weird and compelling piece of theatre. Read more»

Blair Baker and David Mason in Arizona Theatre Company’s 'Chapter Two.'

“Chapter Two” is not, to my mind, among the best of Neil Simon's plays, but it deserves a better realization than this, especially from an accomplished regional theatre with so many resources and from a director so intimately connected to the play and the playwright. Read more»

Catherine Ayotte (right) cosplays under the name 'zeldachann.' She poses with Snow Habit, and they are cosplaying characters from the popular anime 'RWBY.'

What started mainly as a hobby popular in Japan has exploded into a multibillion-dollar industry that has surged in popularity in the U.S. In Arizona, people can spend thousands of dollars on things like convention tickets, hotel stays, custom-made costumes and props. Read more»

Last year’s Concert Without Borders featured stages on either side of the border. This year’s concert will be set up the same way.

With musicians performing on two stages set up next to each other on either side of the border, a concert at the Douglas Port of Entry this month will bring a different kind of attention to an area that’s been in the national spotlight for barriers. Read more»

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