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Broadway Palm presents Take It to the Limit, a reverent tribute to the original that has faithfully, accurately recreated every detail of the famous Eagles’ hits.
Imagine for a moment if Justin Bieber, overwhelmed with a sense of patriotism and duty, volunteered for a year of military service in Afghanistan. Before he leaves, his publicist and manager organize a farewell performance on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” where the teen idol performs a new song and gives one lucky girl a goodbye kiss.
Day trips from the East Valley don’t come much easier than Sedona, but once you’ve walked Uptown, window-shopped at Tlaquepaque and been jostled about on a Jeep tour, it can feel a little “been there, done that.”
This high-energy 1970s musical, presented by the Valley Youth Theatre, follows the adventures of the Scarecrow, Tinman, Lion and Dorothy as they waltz on down the yellow brick road in search of a brain, a heart, courage and the way home.
"Pass it on ... An Evening with Bill W. and Dr. Bob": A live stage play from New York City recounts the humorous story of the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous — a drunk doctor from Akron and a drunk stockbroker from New York City who stumbled onto the treatment for alcoholism in 1935.
Gilbert actors Jason Fleck and Jeannie Shubitz are starring as newlyweds Michael and Agnes in the musical “I Do! I Do!” kicking off Thursday at Sunland Village East in Mesa.
‘The show we’re going to tonight is Circus Olé. Right?” my handsome escort (and husband) said jokingly as we trekked west on I-10 into the Friday sunset.
The highest level of acrobatics can be found in the touring production of Cirque du Soleil’s Kooza.
New York • When Cristin Milioti arrived at her final audition for the musical “Once,” her palms were slick with sweat, and she felt like she was going to pass out.
“Locally grown and raised” is the thing to be these days, particularly for fruits, vegetables and thespians.