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28 August 6 - 19, 2011 Tix on sale for new AJTC season


The upcoming season for Arizona Jewish Theatre Company includes “What about LUV?”, running Oct. 27 through Nov. 6, a musical comedy based on the play “LUV” by Murray Schisgal; “Dreyfus in Rehearsal,” Jan. 26 through Feb. 5, 2012, a “serious comedy” set in a Jewish ghetto in Poland in 1931; and “Blessings of a Broken Heart” March 22 through April 1, 2012, based on the award-winning book by Sherri Mandell.


Event committee, phone sales and usher volunteer opportunities are available for Arizona Jewish Theatre Company performances.


Season tickets for AJTC’s 2011-12 season are now available to the public, starting at $60 per person. Single tickets go on sale Sept. 1.


All performances are held at John Paul Theatre at Phoenix College, located at 1202 W. Thomas Rd. in Phoenix. For more information, call 602-264-0402 or visit www.azjewishtheatre.org.


PVCC hosts free outdoor concert series


A variety of musical samplings are part of the First Saturday Concert Series, hosted by Paradise Valley Community College’s Center for the Performing Arts from 6 to 8 p.m. the fi rst Saturday of September, October and November at its outdoor amphitheatre stage.


Musical concert performances include Bata Ire, marrying the modern sounds of jazz, funk, blues and contemporary percussion music in Afro-Cuban and Afro- Brazilian tradition on Sept. 3; Home Jones, fusing classic R&B, soul and neo jazz on Oct. 1; and a musical tribute to the Beatles, including authentic note-for-note performances of 30 classic Beatles songs by the Beatles Tribute Band on Nov. 5. Performances are free to the public, but cash donations are accepted. Audience members are invited to bring a folding chair or blanket as the space accommodates lawn seating only; concessions are cash only.


PVCC’s Center for the Performing Arts is located at 34th and Union Hills roads, at the east end of the college campus in north Phoenix. Parking is free. Call 602-787-7738 or visit www.paradisevalley.edu/cpa.


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ASU Gammage, Aji Spa host spa day Gammage offers mini subscriptions


The second Broadway Summer Spa Day, presented by ASU Gammage and Aji Spa at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, is on Wed., Aug. 17. Hosts from ASU Gammage will be onsite during the event sharing information about the upcoming 2011-12 Broadway season.


The package includes a 50-minute, full-body Swedish massage, lunch in Aji Café and full access to the spa’s amenities including the private swimming pool, sauna and more. ASU Gammage will also give each participant a Broadway gift box, a sneak peek at the upcoming season and the chance to win a season subscription for two.


The cost is $99 per person, which includes gratuities. Guests should reserve their massages in advance. Appointment times are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information or to reserve a space, call 602-385-5759, and mention code: “Broadway Spa Day.”


Mini subscriptions


Theatre lovers who would like to sample some of the Broadway season ASU Gammage has on tap for the 2011-12 season might want to consider the mini- subscription packages.


Starting at $66, choices include: Family Pack, which includes Blue Man Group, Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas,” “South Pacifi c” and Million Dollar Quartet; Classics Pack, with “West Side Story,” “White Christmas,” “South Pacifi c” and “La Cage Aux Folles;” and Broadway’s Hottest Hits Pack, with “West Side Story,” Blue Man Group, “American Idiot” and “La Cage Aux Folles.” Mini-subscribers receive priority seating, and priority ticket offers for special Broadway engagements.


For more information, call 480-965-3434 or visit www.asugammage.com/ tickets.


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