The Art and Cultural Performances in Arizona in 2019
If art needs the right place to survive—its Arizona! This is the place where writers, painters, and artists find serenity to function their creativity. It has the biggest art community that support creativity, and as a result, arts and crafts, performances, and many others cover the range between classic and innovative. There are a couple of different forms of art that takes place here: meet-the-artist events, opera, theatre, ballet, music, craft fairs, museums, and more. Here are few listings to see how Arizona has truly represented art in all its best form:
Theatre Artists Studio 2018-2019 Schedule, Scottsdale, AZ
Theater Artists Studio is a network of the artists—performers, chiefs, writers, makers, artists, artists, artists, fashioners and specialized wizards. The Studio is an extraordinary scene for live excitement, communication, and cooperation between our individuals and audience, promoting a more profound comprehension of the power and creative ability of theatre. The Studio is a rich resource for the Valley Community and Arizona, every year introducing a differed season of professionally crafted productions—comedies, dramas, musicals, short plays, and unique works—at amazingly reasonable costs.
Hale Centre Theatre 2018-2019 Season
The Scarlet Pimpernel is a swashbuckling activity/experience melodic, in view of Baroness Orczy’s celebrated twentieth-century novel about the French Revolution and the fight for Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity.
Next up is Dear Ruth, a beguiling and magnificent parody set during the 1940s.
Leapin’ Lizard, Annie is back and singing and moving her direction onto Hale’s stage starting October eleventh through Nov. 24th! And, there’s more all year round!
Childsplay is a theatre company for kids. They encourage kids to find the most elevated creative quality in them. They respect the kid’s insight and inventiveness driving them to deliver new and creative works by the theatre’s best artist. They have been there for36 years and has inspired millions of young people and families. And, 2018-2019 line up is:
Cassius Clay: Weekends, January 27 – March 3, 2019
Recommended for Ages 9+
By Idris Goodwin
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Weekends, March 17, 2019 – April 21, 2019
Recommended for Ages 3+
Created by Jonathan Rockefeller, Based on Eric Carle’s Books
Schoolhouse Rock Live!: Weekends, April 28, 2019 – May 26, 2019
Recommended for Ages 6+
Music and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, Kathy Mandry, George Newall, and Tom Yohe
So, if you want to explore the theatre, book your tickets now!