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Scorpius Dance Theatre will present “ANIMAL,” a show that explores our relationship with animals, as well as their social interactions and movement.
Valley Youth Theatre will hold dog auditions this Saturday, May 13, for the role of Toto in their upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz.”
The expanded offerings will include live performance art, a beer garden and more and will be located on Moreland, between 2nd and 3rd Streets.
It’s almost First Friday and you know what that means: time to scope out amazing artwork from established and upcoming local artists in downtown Phoenix.
Stuck in rush hour? Crank up the radio, stare off into the sunset, take life in. If you don’t take it easy once in awhile, you’ll surely miss it.
From bop to brass, guitar to vocals, the popular jazz club will be buzzing as musicians work with instructors in a wide range of classes and workshops.
More than 40 refugee and immigrant-owned businesses will showcase their crafts including food, drinks, accessories and unique talents from around the globe.
The annual “downtown urban imaginarium” is a do-it-yourself tour de force of self-guided street art creativity, held the last weekend in April each year.
As daylight fades to twilight, bright blue skies fade to muted pinks, purples and oranges, creating a watercolor painting overhead.