Valley Youth Theatre Archives

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Photo by Kat Barnes   Laugh Along to Non-Stop Nonsense When Sister Julia accidentally poisons most of the convent with her cooking, the remaining Little Sisters of Hoboken must put on a show to raise funds to bury the last four “blue nuns” in the icebox. Nunsense continues to bless theatergoers with hilarious talent acts and tongue-in-cheek musical numbers through May 16. Call for times and ticket prices. Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W. Paradise Ln.,...

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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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With the suspension of large events and our favorite Valley venues shut down until further notice, it’s time to get creative when it comes to things to do. Here are five online events and socially distant activities to enjoy this weekend. 1. Enjoy (and support) the Grand Canyon from home. Be a trailblazer! Walk, jog, hike or bike anywhere to raise funds to preserve and protect Grand Canyon National Park and celebrate the National Park...

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