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In conjunction with a production of "Fiddler on the Roof," Pima Community College will host a Family Heritage Celebration next month. The public is asked to share photos, poems and stories as part of a multimedia project that will be featured on the opening night of the musical. Read more»

Dane Stokinger as Sonny and Jessica Skerritt as Kira on Pegasus in Xanadu

The musical production plays off the cult following which bad movies of a certain earnestness, like “Xanadu,” can attain. It features hits by both Newton-John and Electric Light Orchestra’s Jeff Lynne, roughly paralleling the movie while making fun of its preposterousness, and skating dangerously close to unfettered nostalgia for the disco era. Read more»

Shannon Stoeke and Anneliese van der Pol in 'Jane Austen's Emma.'

Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “Jane Austen’s Emma” is a pleasant confection, with excellent performances, especially by Disney TV’s Anneliese van der Pol in the title role. Read more»

Perry Young stars as Usnavi in 'In The Heights.'

The musical “In The Heights,” winner of the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical, is about a neighborhood in Manhattan, but it also a universal story about community. Read more»

Meredith (Cait Kiley) reads a children's book to Edgar (Michael Schauble) in Arizona Repertory Theatre's 'Bat Boy: The Musical.'

The musical “Bat Boy” is a comedy mash-up/homage encompassing sci-fi horror films, Broadway musicals, rural rednecks and Greek mythology that is both awkward and exuberant. In the end, boffo performances tip the balance from totally weird to, well, at least strangely interesting. Read more»

“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” is Stephen Sondheim’s Tony-winning musical featuring mass murder, cannibalism, reversals of fortune and a fiendishly difficult vocal score. What's not to love? Read more» 1