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Musical groups, local vendors, dance companies and community organizations gathered on the street in front of the Herberger Theater Center on Nov. 5 for...
In "Fences" I was trapped just outside the Maxson family home in Pittsburgh, a witness to daily goings-on, heartbreak, cruelty, mercy and tragedy.
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Our Curtain Critic takes a look at the career of comedian Steve Solomon prior to his one-man show at the Herberger.
The Herberger Theater Center kicks off an outdoor performance series this First Friday intended to engage and invite community interaction. The first performance of the...
I can't really explain it; I haven't got the words. It's a feeling that I can't control. I don’t know about you, but I’m so...
Ayad Akhtar’s play "Disgraced" highlights religious and cultural themes that are especially important in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
The annual Herberger Festival of the Arts brought together residents from across the Valley and local performers in a day-long event that included live performances and pet adoptions.
This week's Curtain Critic profiles the iTheatre Collaborative theatre company. The group has been dedicated to producing and promoting non-traditional theatre in Phoenix for the last 12 years.
As this year’s season begins, the variety of theaters and troupes in downtown Phoenix have some fantastic new shows starting up over the next three months. For the downtown theater-lover (or dance-lover, or general performance-lover), we’ve laid out some shows as they’re scheduled for September, October, November and early December.
From 12 months to one week before a performance, Arizona theater companies go through many motions to make a show happen, starting with figuring out the upcoming year's schedule and ending with everyone working together in real time.