For some school districts Spring Break starts next week. Don’t panic! Here are a list of 20 camps that offer everything from singing to skateboarding. Academy for Young Performers (Mar 18-22). Ages 7-18. Acting, music and movement instruction. Call for times. $275. Preregister. Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W Paradise Ln, Peoria. 623-776-8400 or azbroadway.org. Basha [...]
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Last Friday students at Washington High School in Phoenix saw “Romeo and Juliet” performed by a touring educational company from the Utah Shakespeare Festival, which has ties to several Valley Shakespeare experts — including actress and teacher Maren Maclean. Maclean has performed with the festival, taught tour workshops and taken students to compete in the festival’s annual Shakespeare [...]
Chandler Center for the Arts is accepting applications through Sept. 7 for this season’s CCA Youth Advisory Council program, which promotes arts appreciation, community service and leadership skills for teens from Chandler and surrounding cities. Up to 15 teens will be selected to participate in the free program, which runs from September through March. Youth [...]
In dance world, December conjures images of “The Nutcracker.” But June is the month for dance recitals, and we’ve got plenty of them here in the Valley. If you’re looking for dance lessons for your child, there’s much to learn from attending the recitals of various dance studios. Recitals are windows into what studios value. [...]
Lynn Trimble, who grew up watching Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom on TV every weekend, talks with Peter Gros — who’ll bring animals and wildlife lore to Chandler Center for the Arts on Feb. 19.
Get the scoop on six film festivals taking place in Arizona during 2012, and learn how attending related events can help fund a new Holocaust & Tolerance Museum in Chandler or scholarships for LGBTQA students at Maricopa County Community Colleges.
Recalling the days her daughters danced in “Snow Queen” and “The Nutcracker,” Lynn Trimble takes readers on a tour of Valley dance offerings perfect for creating family holiday memories.
As fall break approaches, Lynn Trimble warns that theater camps are filling fast — and shares news of three options for parents eager to help their children develop creativity and confidence.
Lynn Trimble explores diverse dance performance coming to Valley stages — including ballet, modern dance, tribal dance, Latin dance, Irish dance, Native American dance, Broadway dance and more — and shares a couple of dance in education opportunities for Arizona students.
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