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www.SanTanSun.com AJT announces 24th season


The Arizona Jewish Theatre Company begins its 24th season in October, to be held again at the John Paul Theatre on the north side of the Phoenix College campus in Phoenix.


Upcoming performances include “What About Luv?” Oct. 27 through Nov. 6; “Dreyfus in Rehearsal” Jan. 26 through Feb. 5, 2012; and “The Blessing of a Broken Heart” March 22 through April 1, 2012, in addition to bonus programming including a reading of “Mr. Conservative – The Story of Barry Goldwater” Nov. 1; a reading of new play “Tales of Arizona Jewish Women Pioneers – For Better or Worse” Jan. 30, 2012; and a discussion with Todd Salovey, author and director of “The Blessing of a Broken Heart,” and leaders from Temple Chai’s Deutsch Family Shalom Center on March 26, 2012. Each show runs for 10 performances over two weekends, Thursdays through Sundays.


Season ticket prices range from $60 to $114. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting June 1.


Phoenix College is located at 1202 W. Thomas Rd. in Phoenix. For more information, visit www.azjewishtheatre.org. To purchase tickets, call 602-264-0402.


AZ Arts


May 21 - June 3, 2011 On Valley stages


“Mamma Mia!,” through May 21, ASU Gammage, 1200 S. Forest Ave., Tempe. The musical hit inspired by the songs of ABBA celebrates mothers and daughters, family and friends. Box office: 480-965-3434.


“Cinderella,” through May 21, Hale Centre Theatre, 50 W. Page Ave., Gilbert. Hale’s Children’s Theatre performs the timeless fairy tale. Box office: 480-497-1181.


“Never Too Late,” through May 21, Hale Centre Theatre, 50 W. Page Ave., Gilbert. The 1960s-era domestic farce takes the stage. Box office: 480-497-1181.


“Sounds of Spring,” May 22, Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. The Phoenix Children’s Chorus perform a variety of songs from around the world in its season finale. Box office: 480-644-6500.


“Hendrix Experience,” May 23, Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. Celebrity tribute to renowned musician Jimi Hendrix. Box office: 480-644-6500.


“Over the River and Through the Woods,” May 27-July 9, Hale Centre Theatre, 50 W. Page Ave., Gilbert. Touching comedy about a young Italian-American preparing to move across the country. Box office: 480-497-1181.


“Celebration of Balanchine,” June 2-5, Symphony Hall, 225 E. Adams St., Phoenix. Ballet Arizona and the Phoenix Symphony perform this homage to legendary choreographer George Balanchine. Box office: 602-381-1096.


Scottsdale studio hosts colorful music exhibit


The “Color Music” series of paintings by artist Robert Livsey Wells is now on display at Occasions! by Design.


Wells’ unique color-shape paintings are created in response to classical music. His work is represented in many collections, including those at Boston’s Museum of Fine Art, Bucknell University and Brandeis University. Wells currently resides in Santa Fe, NM.


Occasions! by Design is located at 7077 E. Main St., Suite 1 in Scottsdale. For more information, call 480-423-0506 or visit www.occasionsofscottsdale.com.


Guy Fieri Food Road Show, June 7, Ikeda Theater at Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Mesa. Celebrity chef, restaurateur, author and television personality Guy Fieri brings his unscripted cooking show to Mesa. Box office: 480-644-6500.


“Les Misérables,” June 7-12, ASU Gammage, 1200 S. Forest Ave., Tempe. A new 25th-anniversary production of the legendary musical features scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo. Box office: 480-965-3434.


“Annie,” June 10-26, Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix. Valley Youth Theatre performs the timeless musical tale of an orphan girl and her dog. Box office: 602-252-8497.


“The Mousetrap,” Sept. 2-Oct. 8, Hale Centre Theatre, 50 W. Page Ave., Gilbert. This Agatha Christie mystery is the longest-running play in the world. Box office: 480-497-1181.


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