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Shakespeare's First Folio, opened to a page of 'Hamlet,' is on display at the Arizona State Museum. This 393-year-old book is the center of the exhibit.

His plots, characters and turns of phrase are familiar to everyone. But many of Shakespeare's plays were not published during his lifetime, and might have been lost forever if not for a rare edition published in the years after his death. One of those historic volumes, a 1623 First Folio, is on display in Tucson. Read more» 1

Victor Frankenstein and his Monster (Matthew Bowdren and Micah Bond) in Arizona Repertory Theatre's 'Frankenstein'

Director Brent Gibbs brings his A game to this adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic “Frankenstein.” The show’s vibrant bells and whistles fortunately overshadow the weaknesses of its text and create a showcase for the UA’s faculty and student talent, both on stage and behind the scenes. Read more»

Bernard (Parker Janecek) & Robert (Michael Calvoni) attempt to forcibly remove Italian stewardess, Gabriella (Carli Naff), from Bernard’s apartment in order to keep the other fiancée stewardesses from finding out about her in UA Arizona Repertory Theatre’s production of 'Boeing, Boeing.'

The University of Arizona production of “Boeing, Boeing” demonstrates how significantly our values and perceptions have shifted in 50 years, as well as how timeless good physical comedy is. Read more»

Sean Meshew and Brenna Welsh in 'How I Learned to Drive.'

The play's taboo subject matter – child molestation by a trusted uncle – is loathsome. Its words and subtext place big demands of its lead actor and actress. Fortunately, director Brent Gibbs has found a cast up to the challenges. Read more»

Betsy Kruse Craig as blond vixen Tanya in 'The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead.'

“The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead,” a one-woman, seven-character show, unfolds as each character layers on information from her or his perspective. Read more»