Florence mother Kimberly Elliott drove for more than an hour Thursday night so her 8-year-old son Tanner could see the opening night performance of “Potted Potter,” a 70-minute parody of all seven books in J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series. It’s being performed through Sunday at Mesa Arts Center, where Harry Potter fans of all ages [...]
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Lynn Trimble returns from NYC to find a much anticipated piece of mail, then shares it with readers equally excited about summer camp offerings with a theater twist.
Lynn Trimble reviews “The Woman in Black,” a frightening new take on the Susan Hill’s 1983 novel, which stars Daniel Radcliffe as a tender but tenacious father thrown into mysterious circumstances with life-changing consequences.
Stage Mom Lynn Trimble likens live simulcast presentations of great theater works to the cherry atop a delicious scoop of ice cream, and shares news of the latest “cherry” coming from London to our very own Phoenix Art Museum thanks to the Arizona Theatre Company.
Lynn Trimble sends Lizabeth and three friends to see the latest, and last, Harry Potter movie — then shares their thoughts about these beloved books and films they all gew up with.
Lynn Trimble shares news of Harkins Theatres’ upcoming Harry Potter Week — which offers Harry Potter fans a chance to watch all eight films, enjoy costumes and prize drawings during a line-up party, and be among the first to see “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2,” the final film based on J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.
After watching the 2011 Tony Awards on TV with daughter Lizabeth and Pinky the theater cat (who knows not to ask for food during elaborate choreography), Lynn Trimble reflects on something a Valley arts advocate shared with her just last week — that theater gives to some the feelings others find in church.
While mourning her family’s first year without Easter baskets, Lynn Trimble learns of an Easter bonnet competition raising money to fight HIV/AIDS.
The first movie I remember seeing at a theater was The Sound of Music, which came out in 1965. I was 9 and going to the movies was, for my family, a really big deal. My dad was a full-time graduate student at the University of Colorado Boulder. My mother worked as a secretary at our church. [...]
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