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Tickets are on Sale for Phantom of the Opera at ASU Gammage

Following an acclaimed sold-out tour at the UK, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal musical success, “The Phantom of the Opera” is making its way to Tempe as part of a brand new, never seen before

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La Cultura Cura: Celebrating Latino Heritage in Dance

Primavera Folklorico Dance Company will perform, and principal dancer Maria Leon will discuss the roots of the folk dance. Dance steps will be taught, craft activities will be featured and a family story time will be included.  Location: Burton Barr Central

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Registration for The Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (ALAC) Classes is Now Open

The Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (ALAC) is proud to announce their new classes. Don’t miss the opportunity to work with ALAC’s professional Latino Artists from our community. Artists include:  Jose Andres Giron Aztec Smurf James Garcia Lalo Cota

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Productora Local Presenta Cortometraje de Suspenso, "Desolado"

Phoenix, Arizona. -Bandersnatch Media, productora local de contenido de cine, televisión y editorial, presenta “Desolado” (Deserted, 2014), un cortometraje de suspenso que emplea imágenes quiméricas y una banda sonora sombría para narrar la historia de Julia, una joven que pronto deducirá

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Ernesto Montejano Designs Artwork for Red Bull Latagráfica Edición II Can

Red Bull Latagráfica, a project paying homage to the Los Angeles and Latino art communities, returned to the city where it started – this time as Edición II – with an expanded portfolio of ten artists and two mediums including

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El Puente Theatre Festival & Mask Procession

When: Sunday, September 21, 2014 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. Location: Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway Price: FREE ADMISSION! Childsplay presents the second El Puente Theatre Festival and Mask Procession! This unique celebration, supported by

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Local Artista Named First Featured Artist at new Phoenix Pride LGBT Center Downtown

PHOENIX – First Friday boasts the bold works of Local Artista Marisa Hall. On display for September, Marisa debuts a collection of vividly textured acrylic creations on canvas, colorfully inspired by the new Phoenix Pride LGBT Center. Focusing more on her cultural connection to

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Diverse artists featured this fall at ASU’s West campus

The fall 2014 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus, with the theme “Pushing the Edge,” will feature classical and electronic music concerts, plays, nationally known authors, and visual art installations. The wide variety of artistic events reflects the

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The Beatles – A Musical Revolution at the Library

​Phoenix Public Library presents “The Beatles – A Musical Revolution” during the month of September at locations throughout the Valley.  Join professional musician Dulais Rhys, PhD for an interactive and participatory one hour program dedicated to the music and history

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Art After Work returns to Wednesdays to Tempe Center of the Arts

TEMPE, Ariz – Like students going back to school and migrating birds, Art After Work returns to its regular schedule of Wednesday evenings.  Beginning Sept. 10, Art After Work takes place each month in the Gallery at Tempe Center for the Artson Wednesday nights.

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