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Photo by Tim Fuller    Enjoy Dance in the Desert with Ballet Arizona The natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert landscape is the backdrop for The Four Seasons, featuring the choreography of Ib Andersen, artistic director of Ballet Arizona. Set to the dramatic score of Antonio Vivaldi, the world-premiere performance interprets the spirit of nature with a journey through winter, spring, summer and fall in movement. Tu-Sa, through June 5, 8 p.m. Call for ticket...

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Tip Your Hat to Horse Power Welcome the Hashknife riders as they complete a 200-mile journey on horseback from Holbrook to Scottsdale, delivering thousands of letters, April 16. This annual re-enactment of Western history is the longest-running Pony Express ride in the nation. Festivities begin at 10:30 a.m. with the riders arriving at high noon, Scottsdale Stadium, 7408 E. Osborn Rd., Scottsdale, hashknifeponyexpress.com. Immerse Yourself in Beautiful Gardens Phoenix Home & Garden hosts its annual...

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Support the Arts Community with a Virtual Film America’s cowboy culture and opera’s hallowed traditions come together in Riders of the Purple Sage: The Making of a Western Opera. A collaboration of the work of author Zane Grey, composer Craig Bohmer, librettist Steven Mark Kohn and painter Ed Mell, the documentary tells a provocative story about the settling of the West while capturing the artistry behind live theater and the thrill of opening night. Proceeds...

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