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60 July 17 - Aug. 6, 2010 Inspirations


continues concerts


“Concerts in the Park...ing Lot” continue at Inspirations Christian Bookstore & Tea Shoppe at The Falls at Ocotillo with James Nieman on saxaphone on Thu., July 22 and on Thu., July 29, Robert Rosser returns with a band.


However, new owners Rick and Theresa Belliotti say the music will most likely be inside the store from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The sandwich bar will be open, and tea and other beverages will be sold.


Inspirations sells Christian books, gifts, more than 50 varieties of tea, lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and offers tea parties for up to 20 guests.


Inspirations is located at 1095 W. Queen Creek Rd., Suite #8 in


Chandler. For information, call 480-786-4521 or visit www.inspirationsaz.com.


Shriners clown around at CornFest


Clowns entertain children at the 19th Annual CornFest and Arts & Crafts Fair presented by El Zaribah Shrine from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 28 and 29 at the Shrine Auditorium.


Enjoy a delicious meal with a hot ear of sweet corn on the cob for $7 in advance, $8 at the door or $5 for children younger than 8. There will also be fresh corn for sale and door prizes. Proceeds benefi t El Zaribah Shrine activities.


The Shrine Auditorium is located at 552 N. 40th St. in Phoenix. For more details, call 602-231-0300.


AZ Arts


The 25th anniversary season for Ballet Arizona kicks off with Ballet Under the Stars, a community outreach series at parks throughout the Valley Sept. 22 through 26. The free program, which starts at 7 p.m. each night, is open to the public.


Schedule: Sept. 22 at Beardsley Park in Sun City West, Sept. 23 at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills, Sept. 24 at Tempe Center for the Arts Amphitheatre in Tempe, Sept. 25 at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix and Sept. 26 at Saguaro Ranch Park in Glendale. Ballet Arizona’s regular season begins


www.SanTanSun.com Ballet Arizona announces milestone season


dancing, light-hearted libretto and rousing score. Next up is “Modern Masters” at Orpheum Theatre Mar. 25 through 27, 2010, featuring a world premiere by critically acclaimed choreographer Ib Andersen and the highly anticipated return of the seductive Polyphonia by Christopher Wheeldon, one of the world’s most in-demand choreographers.


Photo by Rosalie O’Conner


DANCE: Kanako Imayoshi performs in Valley parks with Ballet Arizona during Ballet Under the Stars.


Nov. 5 through 7 with a performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at Symphony Hall. With Phoenix Symphony accompaniment, this interpretation of the comedic love story of quarrelling fairies, meddling sprites, human lovers and mistaken identities is a magical production for the entire family. Dec. 10 through 26 brings the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker” to Symphony Hall, again with the Phoenix Symphony.


Ballet Arizona stages “Don Quixote” with Phoenix Symphony’s help at Symphony Hall Feb. 11 through 13, 2011. Regarded as “one of the most vibrant and entertaining ballets performed today,” this storybook ballet is world-renowned for its displays of pyrotechnic


Then, April 29 through May 1, 2010 brings Ib Andersen’s “Mosaik” to Orpheum Theatre, highlighting the signifi cant talents of Ballet Arizona’s dancers with colorful


costumes and conceptual scenery.


Closing the season is “Celebration of Balanchine” June 3 through 5, 2010 at Symphony Hall with the Phoenix Symphony. This production features some of George Balanchine’s most renowned ballets. From the grandeur of “La Valse” to the Phoenix premiere of “Momentum pro Gesualdo,” this program exhibits the dynamism and depth of Ballet Arizona’s remarkable dancers.


Symphony Hall is at 225 E. Adams in Phoenix, and Orpheum Theatre is at 203 W. Adams in Phoenix. To purchase tickets, call 602-381-1096 or visit www.balletaz.org for more information.


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