Break the Mold meets Spread the Weird as a group of Valley women work to raise funds that’ll help other young women further their arts education. Lynn Trimble shares news of their work, and ways you can support the cause.
Posts Tagged ‘Spring Awakening’
A song from “A Very Potter Musical.” Facts on “Chemistry in Your Closet.” A laptop orchestra out of Arizona State University. They’re all coming to Madcap Theaters in Tempe — as is autism and animal expert Temple Grandin, Ph.D. Lynn Trimble previews their February and March offerings.
Valley actor and college student Tyler Pounds shares his thoughts about the Arizona Conservatory for Arts and Academics production of “Spring Awakening,” a mature content, Tony Award winning musical.
Arizona Conservatory for Arts and Academics made a bold choice for their fall musical — the controversial work titled “Spring Awakening.” The selection signals their readiness to encounter theater criticism, and Lynn Trimble is happy to do the honors.
As part of daughter Lizabeth’s “farewell tour” to offer thanks and goodbye hugs to various acting teachers in the Valley, Lynn Trimble hits the Nearly Naked Theatre production of “Oedipus for Kids!” just ten days before Lizabeth’s departure to begin theater studies in New York.
Lynn Trimble’s doctoral study in the philosophy of religion and years of writing about the local and national arts scene give her a unique appreciation for the season’s hottest Broadway musical, “The Book of Mormon,” which has a little something in common with Comedy Central’s “South Park.”
Lynn Trimble uncovers a few old programs from a local youth theater just as its young performers are readying to present “Broadway Heroes & Villains” at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center in Scottsdale this weekend.
As the nation observes President’s Day, Lynn Trimble looks at performance art — past and future — with a political theme.
Note: This post addresses “mature content” issues The original “Spring Awakening” was a play written in 1891 by Frank Wedekind of Hanover, Germany — who lived 1864-1918, and found his works banned and performed in censored form. It’s plenty tough to talk about youth sexuality in the 21st century — so imagine writing about the gripping challenges of puberty during [...]
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