Sedona International Film Festival is bringing its multicultural arts films back to Flagstaff.
Bryan David Griffith’s ARTx piece Envision uses aspen leaves to represent the Flagstaff community’s regrowth after fire. Read about it here.
Tzoneteyotl Na’ach’aah is the purest expression of Indigenous solidarity, and its creators are unveiling their work during the ARTx Festival at Coconino Center for the Arts. Read about it here.
First things first: Anastasia is a Disney princess.
Actress Christy Altomare talks about what it’s like to play a Disney princess in “Disney Princesses” coming to the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre this weekend.
Actor Connor Barr talks about what its like to play Charlie Brown in “A Charlie Brown Christmas” which is coming to the Orpheum Theater.
Ever wonder what kind of career Charlie Brown might have?
It’s another summer at Coconino Center for the Arts and the CCA team is not only celebrating the night sky through its NightVisions: Cultural Interpretations of the Night Sky exhibition but is shooting for the stars with the grand opening of the new Digital Resource Center.
NEW YORK -- You can’t really call “Girl From the North Country” a jukebox musical, even though it features more than a dozen Bob Dylan songs.
NEW YORK -- “Company,” like several shows arriving this year, had expected to be on Broadway in 2020. It shut down, however, and didn’t make its debut until December.
There are two Michael Jacksons on Broadway this year.
NEW YORK -- You won’t find a more creative new show than “A Strange Loop.” Bubbling with ideas, humor and jaw-dropping candor, it’s a musical that challenges most conventions and dismisses others.
“Hamilton” opened the door for more musical history lessons. Now “Six” is taking full advantage.
How does one make the Klu Klux Klan, racism and prejudice funny and heartwarming?
The Viola Awards celebrated its 14th year on Saturday night at the Orpheum Theater and named a new set of winners at the annual event.
When a show is as popular as “Wicked,” there are heightened audience expectations, says actor John Bolton.
It’s been about two months since Deidra Peaches’ Voices of the Grand Canyon premiered in a sold-out screening at the Indie Film Fest in Phoenix. The documentary is still making waves, with a showing slated for this year’s Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival.
Light pours into the studio, illuminating paintings with colors like stained glass. The paintings are everywhere - laid out across countertops, couches and chairs, propped five deep, leaning against table legs, hanging on every wall.
Love, loss and friendship – with a good dose of Southern humor: Theatrikos’ 'Steel Magnolias' explores resilience and the deep bond of friendship among women
According to the philosophers, to truly know the depth of love and happiness, one must face the shadows of loss and grief. For every happiness, sadness lurks around the corner.
An established artist like Lisa Lee Pearce can use their gift solely for profit by selling their prints, working with galleries and being hired to do commission work, but the longtime watercolor painter wants to share her work with Flagstaff in another way.
In January 1972, a group of Flagstaff community leaders, possessed by thespian proclivities, gathered in a subterranean bar — The Gopher Hole — to scheme. Barroom clatter curtained their conversation, and under the veil of spirited patrons, the histrionic conspirators plotted plots, concocte…
Content by Ascend. In response to a potential ban on TikTok, Triller has introduced a one-step portal, transfertiktok.com.
Here are 10 great gift ideas that are sure to please everyone on your list.
For those seeking jobs, opportunities can be found with a little patience and ingenuity
And the beat goes on: Executive Director Larry Lang announces departure from Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra
On June 3, 2019 the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra introduced Col. Larry H. Lang as its new executive director. Lang came to the symphony with a longstanding career leading numerous United States Air Force music organizations, culminating as the commander and artistic director of the United Ai…
There is an old saying among sculptors that to find the art in a block of stone, you must chip away everything that isn’t the art.
The dancers bounce and glide to the familiar holiday music. Smiles play out on their faces as they rehearse for their performance in a space that is no longer home.
For those who never saw “Hamilton” on stage, this is as good as it gets. The fluid camera offers perfect views and a sense of the show’s force – and movement.
Both plays officially open July 8 at Fort Tuthill’s Pepsi Amphitheater and run July 8-11 and 15-18.
Eyes transcendentally shut, arms outstretched and long mane flowing, Mari hovers ethereally over East Route 66, a benevolent presence amid the mad dash of traffic.
Dark Sky Aerial’s OMEN premieres Saturday, June 26, with three screenings of the film and accompanying documentary.