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AZ Arts PAL provides cultural fun, transportation


The South East Performing Arts League continues to provide discounted tickets and transportation to Valley-wide arts and cultural events for Sun Lakes music lovers.


The group purchases series tickets at a discount, which is passed on to ticket buyers. For a membership fee of $10 per year per person or $15 per year per couple, group members are also treated to a PAL wine and cheese reception. This year’s is held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sun., Oct. 31.


PAL also provides transportation to cultural events, picking up and returning guests at the Cottonwood fl agpole at Sun Lakes.


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On Valley stages “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor


Dreamcoat,” through Aug. 21, Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, 5247 E. Brown Rd., Mesa. Chandler Children’s Choir, along with other local children’s choirs, join a cast of professional performers in this musical staging of the Biblical parable. Box office: 480-325-6700.


“The Little Mermaid,” through Nov. 27, Hale Centre Theatre, 50 W. Page Ave., Gilbert. Musical adaptation of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. Box office: 480-497-1181.


“Grease,” Aug. 13-29, Valley Youth Theatre, 525 N. First St., Phoenix. Classic boy-meets- girl story brings the 1950s to life. Box office: 602-253-8188, ext. 2.


anywhere else in Sun Lakes, for people to attend the theatre, opera, ballet and symphony,” says Vickey Ricketts, president of PAL.


The next event PAL will attend is the opening of the Phoenix Symphony Concert Series, a performance of Brahms’ Violin Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6 “Pathetique,” at 7:30 p.m. Thu., Sept. 16. Discounted tickets for the performance range from $19 to $62. The fee for luxury bus transportation is an additional $20 roundtrip. For tickets and more information, call 480-699-7841.


PAL also provides transportation to the Phoenix Symphony’s Coffee Classics, an eight-part morning series taking place throughout the year and beginning


Fri., Oct. 8, with “Brundibar,” a semi-staged opera classic featuring the illustrations of Maurice Sendak. Tickets for the eight-concert series range from $138 to $212, with roundtrip luxury bus travel for the season costing $160. To order tickets and subscribe for the season, call 480-802-0478.


Arizona Opera’s “Pirates of Penzance” is performed at 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 23, at Symphony Hall in Phoenix. Tickets for fi ve operas for the cost of four are available ranging from $100 to $470. Roundtrip transportation for the series is $100. For more information, call 480-699-7641.


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“Noises Off,” Aug. 25-Sept. 12, Phoenix Theatre, 100 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix. Farcical comedy about a fifth-rate acting troupe. Box office: 602-254-2151.


“Blood Royal,” Sept. 9-25, Nesbitt/Elliott Playhouse Theater, Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. Southwest Shakespeare Company presents this original adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Henry VI” trilogy. Box office: 480-644-6500.


“The Music Man,” Sept. 10-12, Symphony Hall, 225 E. Adams St., Phoenix. Phoenix Symphony collaborates with Phoenix Theatre to perform a semi-staged adaptation of the award- winning musical. Box office: 602-495-1999.


Hanson, Sept. 14, Piper Repertory Theater, Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. Pop-rock musicians and brothers perform from their latest album. Box office: 480-644-6500.


Sheena Easton, Oct. 1, Piper Repertory Theater, Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. 1980s’ pop star and Grammy Award winner performs hits from her 30-year career. Box office: 480-644-6500.


“Irving Berlin: From Rags to Riches,” Oct. 1-3, Symphony Hall, 225 E. Adams St., Phoenix. The Phoenix Symphony performs a virtual songbook of one of America’s most prolific songwriters. Box office: 602-495-1999.


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