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It's that time of year: The weather is cooling down, baking goods are going on sale in supermarkets, students are preparing to go home for Thanksgiving and all the retail stores are preparing their Black Friday ads and displays. The State Press has put together the perfect playlist to help you get into the holiday spirit and appreciate your upcoming family time and this beautiful weather.
After 26 years in the Valley, Actors Theatre is struggling to make ends meet. The theatre company has initiated a three-stage fundraiser to help keep the shows and the company going.
Imagine walking through a maze of fear, your heart pounding, your skin crawling, your faith in humanity dwindling. Now imagine choosing to have all of this happen to you voluntarily — it must be Halloween time.
It’s time for the blues — the blue men that is. Blue Man Group is coming to ASU Gammage and one of the blue men took the time to speak with The State Press. Kirk Massey, who has been involved with the group for several years, spoke with the paper about the audition process, the reason for the color blue and what the show is all about.
Unless you live at the bottom of the ocean, you’ve probably heard the news that Facebook is once again updating its site. As you might imagine, people are already frustrated about the change, especially Chicago-based website, Timelines.com.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a lot of disposable income to spend on, well, anything. Actually, I basically have none. So, “Young Broke & Beautiful: Broke-Ass Stuart’s Guide to Living Cheaply” is great for people, especially college students, with a wallet as empty as mine.
It would be fair to say that Susan Claassen is Mrs. Edith Head if that statement wasn’t obviously false. However, she does portray the late Hollywood costume designer with impressive passion and believability. Watching “A Conversation with Edith Head” feels like gaining VIP access to the life and secrets of Mrs. Head instead of simply attending another play at Herberger Theater Center.
The iconic musical, “West Side Story,” is on its way to ASU Gammage. The show is reminiscent of William Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo and Juliet.” It follows the conflict between two New York gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, in the middle of the ‘50s. Jeffrey C. Sousa who plays Bolo and is an understudy for the character Bernardo spoke with The State Press about his role, the tour and his background.
Theatergoers, film fanatics and opera enthusiasts — your favorite forms of art have collided.
While George M. Cohan’s famous song “Give My Regards to Broadway” tipped his metaphorical hat to New York theaters, it might be time to give some regards to ASU Gammage.
Actors Theatre is wrapping up its 25th season with “Circle Mirror Transformation,” currently running at Herberger Theater Center.
As students, we know how difficult it can be trying to balance our academic life with our social life — not to mention trying to find time to call our parents, eat and perhaps even sleep occasionally. Could you then imagine trying to figure out how to balance your time if you were cast in a national tour of a Broadway show?
The Phoenix Improv Festival opened Thursday with an Arizona Showcase and will run through Saturday. Many improvisation troupes from the state and all over the nation will be performing in the festival.
The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange will perform “The Matter of Origins” for one night, April 11, at ASU Gammage. Benjamin Wegman spoke with The State Press about his experience dancing in the hadron collider at CERN in Switzerland and about the show that’s coming to ASU.
“Fiddler on the Roof” opened at ASU Gammage on Tuesday, retelling the classic story of a Jewish family from a little Russian village that shakes up the town by pushing tradition beyond its boundaries.
“Fiddler on the Roof” is a show well-known by audiences of all ages. It has been on the stage for more than 40 years, and now it’s coming to ASU Gammage. The show will run from March 29 to April 3. Lauren Nedelman, who will be playing the role of Tzeitel, spoke to The State Press about her favorite parts of the show, her audition experience and her dream roles.
“9 to 5: The Musical” is as much a story about sticking it to the man and embracing female power as it is a good time.
Through Feb. 27, the 17th Annual Sedona International Film Festival is showing more than 145 films from around the world in our very own backyard.