North Central News, October 2009 – Page 39
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
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Members of the 15-person company for Scorpius Dance Theatre’s “A Vampire Tale” include,
from left, David Starry, Nancy Lynn Miller and Nicole Olson (photo by Dan Perrine).
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master teacher, for a series of one-day
is a visual feast
glass workshops Oct. 23-25. • Mexican Tile
Scorpius DanceTheatre presents its techniques combine a unique blend of • Wood
sixth-annual “A VampireTale” October metal foils, solder and glass with items
21-Nov. 7, at Phoenix Theatre’s Little from nature.The workshops include:
Theatre. • Floating Rondels, Friday, Oct.
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For the first time ever, the requisite 23—with a dramatic shaped base,
hauntofthefallseasonwillbesettoan sculptural solder fields and rondels
original music score by local composer seem to float above each other.
Kristofer Hill, with guest pieces by • Hidden Images, Oct. 24—
Ryan Breen of BackTed N-Ted. Sculptured copper foil overlay, directly
In “A Vampire Tale,” a susceptible on glass.
young woman emerges lost and • Wall Jewelry, Oct. 25—pieces
depressed, and is lured into an assort- designed to stand away from the wall.
ed band of bloodsuckers by their shad- All workshops are from 9 a.m. to 5:30
owy showmanship and seductive p.m. at Art for Fun! Studio, 2801 N.
transactions. The characters construct 15th Avenue, at the southeast corner of
an intense spectacle of dark debauch- 15thAvenueandThomasRoad.Costis
ery, while the innocent are both fasci- $200 for one workshop, $385 for two,
nated and frightened by their under- or $560 for all three. Call 602-274-
world. Audiences get all the trim- 6441 to register.
mings: dark and sexy drama, quirky
and comedic episodes, and visually
A & E Briefs
stunning aerial feats.
Phoenix Theatre’s Little Theatre is
‘Dark of the Moon’
located at 100 E. McDowell Road.
Tickets are $24 for adults, and $19 for
John Paul Theatre,
students, children, seniors, or those
wearing a vampire costume. For more
1201 W. Thomas Road
information or to purchase tickets,
contact Scorpius Dance Theatre at
A powerful fantasy in a setting of
602-258-9511 or visit http://www.
witch boy in a mountain community is
in love with a beautiful girl named
art with glass
dling ends in violence and tragedy.
Art for Fun! Studio & Gallery wel- Show times are 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8-10
comes Cathy Claycomb, a nationally and 15-17, with a special matinee at 1
recognized Fine Art Glass artist and
please see DARK on page 40
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