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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘Youth Theatre’

Spotlight Youth Theatre stages Disney’s “Mulan Jr.” March 2-18

When the Huns invade, one man from each family must join the war effort, so Mulan rushes off to war in her elderly father’s place. Mushu, her (tiny) dragon spirit guide with a big personality, helps her both survive and keep her identity a secret. “In the process of selflessly saving her father from going […]

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The CATS meow

The musical CATS is right up there with root canals and cleaning the litter box for Scottsdale “Stage Mom” Lynn Trimble. But photos from Spotlight Youth Theatre in Glendale have Trimble taking a second look at the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical inspired by T.S. Eliot’s cat tales.

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Home sweet theater

Lynn Trimble spent part of last Saturday with young performers and their parents working to prepare Desert Stages Theatre in Scottsdale for their May 20-June 19 run of “Willy Wonka, Jr.” in Cullity Hall.

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I am what I am

An unexpected chain of events that started with an uncontrollable urge to do laundry leads “Stage Mom” Lynn Trimble to some unexpected finds in the realm of arts, culture and coffee.

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From jungle to farm

Can’t remember the last time you saw a pig or jungle cat in downtown Scottsdale? Well here’s your chance — coupled with fun ways to introduce your children to the many wonders of jazz and gospel music.

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Cat calls

Inspired by her own pampered pet named Pinky, Lynn Trimble explores Valley theater with a feline feel.

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Fun with fruit

Stage Mom blogger Lynn Trimble finds “fun with fruit” as she attends the opening performance of “James and the Giant Peach” by Theater Works/Youth Works in Peoria.

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From peach to poodle

A giant peach. A pink poodle. An art piece lit with neon. A rockin’ pair of black leather boots. Lynn Trimble shares fun finds from a Saturday afternoon arts adventure spanning the West Valley to the East Valley.

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Alice (and Phoebe) in Wonderland

After Lynn Trimble learns of a “film find” from daughter Lizabeth, she goes exploring for all things “Alice in Wonderland” — and makes some surprising finds of her own (including a high school film competition).

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"The Wiz" launches Greasepaint season

There’s no place like home. Click your heels three times, then head to Greasepaint Youtheatre in Scottsdale for a show Stage Mom Lynn Trimble says she no longer loves to hate.

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