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26 June 4 - 17, 2011


SCPA announces new season


More than 100 events including performances of dance, jazz, classical and world music, theatre, comedy, community celebrations and festivals are featured at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts’ during the 2011-12 season.


Tony- and Emmy Award-winning performer Bebe Neuwirth opens the season Sat., Oct. 15 with her one-woman cabaret show. Other highlights include Batsheva Dance Company, Marvin Hamlisch, Bruce Hornsby, Garrison Keillor, Jane Krakowski, Patti Lupone, Ben Vereen, the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Sarah Vowell.


Tickets are on sale now to the general public. Patrons may now choose seating when purchasing tickets online and will be offered discounted premium seating with a purchase of four or more events in one order.


Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is located at 7380 E. 2nd St. in Scottsdale. To purchase tickets, call 480-499-8587 or visit www.ScottsdalePerformingArts.org.


Gold Canyon Arts Council posts call to artists


SanTan Sun area artists are invited to submit their work to the Gold Canyon Arts Council for its 2012 Canyon Arts Festival Poster. Submissions may refl ect some aspect of the Sonoran desert or the diversity, sights and activity of the Canyon Sounds program or the Canyon Arts Festival. The art featured in the poster may be a drawing, painting, photograph or a combination of forms, or a photograph of another art form such as sculpture, pottery, weaving or basketry. If the artwork is a three-dimensional piece it must be photographed in the setting and enhanced background in which it is intended to appear in the fi nal poster.


Websites may be referenced to show examples of work but particular pieces cannot be viewed there for submission.


A minimum 8-inch by 10-inch representation of the artwork should be sent by Sept. 15 to Canyon Rose Storage, Attn: Festival Poster Committee, 6405 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. Name, address, phone and email information must be included. Upon request, submitted art and photographs will be placed at Canyon Rose Storage for return.


For contest rules, visit www.gcac1.com or contact C. Lindemann at carbill5@mchsi.com.


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www.SanTanSun.com Theater League announces 2011-12 season


Theater League’s 2011-12 Broadway Series launches this winter with performances of “Wizard of Oz” Dec. 6 and 7 at Mesa Arts Center in downtown Mesa and Dec. 8 through 11 at Orpheum Theatre in downtown Phoenix.


The four-show series also includes Broadway classics “My Fair Lady” and “Rock of Ages,” as well as the Valley premiere of “The Rat Pack is Back.” Each play will be performed both at Mesa Arts Center and Orpheum Theatre.


Season tickets for all four shows start at $95 for the Broadway at Mesa Arts Center Series and $170 for the Broadway at the Orpheum Series. Single tickets range from $40 to $70. Mesa Arts Center is located at 1 E. Main St. in downtown Mesa. Orpheum Theatre is located at 203 W. Adams St. in downtown Phoenix. To purchase tickets for shows at Mesa Arts Center, call 480-644-6500. For Orpheum Theatre tickets, call 800-776-7469. For more information, visit www.theaterleague.com.


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COMING SOON: The Theater League brings “Wizard of Oz” and “The Rat Pack is Back” to its 2010-11 Broadway series.


Music lessons at EVSM Gammage offers


East Valley School of Music (EVSM) is offering summer acting camp music lessons in piano, voice, guitar and bass guitar and is now enrolling for summer and fall semesters. Owners say they provide students with “a strong musical foundation by using a progressive mix of curriculum that includes all aspects of music education.” Knowledgeable instructors offer customized private lessons which can include technique, performance, improvisation, ear training, music theory and composition. Recitals are also held throughout the year with special music events around the Valley.


EVSM is a network of private instructors located across the Southeast Valley and serves Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek, Tempe, Ahwatukee and Scottsdale.


For more details, visit www.EVSM.net or call 480-220-4385.


Camp Broadway, a performing arts summer camp for theatre-loving kids ages 10 to 17, will pitch its tent at ASU Gammage June 6 through 10.


The camp gives young people an introduction to Broadway, on stage and behind-the-scenes. More than 80 campers from across the state and from as far away as Hong Kong are expected to participate. The camp is intended for kids of all interests. Enthusiasm is the only requirement; no theatre experience is needed.


“This is the 12th year that we have hosted Camp Broadway,” says ASU Gammage Executive Director Colleen Jennings-Roggensack. “It’s a great way to introduce Broadway to new generations, so that we can keep live theatre alive.”


Camp classes include acting, scene study, improvisation, music theory, singing and dancing. Tuition is $600. To register, call 480-965-5062.


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