Our top picks for this month’s best arts events
A Mozart Celebration
Phoenix Symphony principal clarinetist Alex Laing commands the stage as Tito Muñoz conducts the orchestra in this all-Mozart concert.
Sa, 7:30 p.m.; Su, 2 p.m.
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75 N. Second St., Phoenix
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Featuring an audacious mix of historical fact and fiction, this hit rock musical follows America’s seventh president from his early days as a child on the wild frontier to his controversial reign in the White House.
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Spotlight Youth Theatre
10620 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale
Join Ron Carlos for a drop-in informational program and demonstration about the process of making pottery, from clay sourcing and processing raw clay to forming, painting and firing.
A demonstration of the paddle and anvil technique is included.
Included with museum admission: $6, adults; $5, seniors; $3, children 5 and younger
Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix
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