As Arizona fans of “Downton Abbey” were awaiting Sunday’s third season premiere on PBS, Valley theater goers were enjoying Saturday’s opening night for Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “Jane Austen’s Emma,” adapted by Paul Gordan from Jane Austen’s comic novel published in 1815. “Emma,” which imagines the matchmaking mishaps of a young woman whose own love life is filled [...]
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Obesity. Heart disease. Autism. Cancer. They’re often front and center in conversations about health and wellness. Though one in four Americans will experience mental health problems, struggles with depression and anxiety rarely take center stage. But Arizona Theatre Company, which opens it 2012-13 season with “Next to Normal,” may help change that. “Next to Normal” [...]
Worried that today’s technology-saturated kids won’t appreciate the wonder of books? There’s plenty you can do to bring literature alive, including taking children to live performances based on classic children’s books. Here’s a sampling of 2012-13 season offerings based on books your children may already know and love. Please check recommended ages, ticket prices and [...]
Now that our three college-age kids are home for the summer, we’ve got a bit more help around the house. Not with the heavy lifting, but more modest tasks like snatching papers off the printer and delivering them to me at my laptop. When they come with a smile, I feel doubly blessed. Recently Jennifer [...]
The Roaring 20s are alive and well at the Herberger Theater Center as Arizona Theatre Company presents “The Great Gatsby” adapted by Simon Levy and directed by Stephen Wrentmore. Read Lynn Trimble’s review here.
When Arizona Theatre Company opens its 2012/13 season with the musical “Next to Normal,” families who’ve lived with mental illness or the death of a child will be reminded that they are not alone. Others will experience the power of theater to convery compelling stories that help us all achieve greater empathy and awareness.
As if high heels weren’t dangerous enough, now Lynn Trimble has decided to vicariously enjoy the thrill of a British spy novel adapted for the stage.
Imagine life as a college student a century ago — when women couldn’t vote and lived largely to marry. That’s the setting for a new musical called “Daddy Long Legs” making its Arizona premiere thanks for Arizona Theatre Company.
Explore Valley New Year’s Eve celebrations featuring an arts and culture twist with Stage Mom writer Lynn Trimble, who says the best celebrations are the ones you don’t have to fuss over making or cleaning up after.
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