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Raise curtain on baseball, the ’80s


In the mood for a little blast from the past? The Chandler


Center for the Arts (CCA) obliges in March with the seven- time Tony Award-winning baseball classic “Damn Yankees” and its sixth annual “The Awesome ’80s Prom,” both per- formed at CCA at 250 N. Arizona Ave.


Devilishly good baseball A 1950s baseball fanatic trades his soul to the devil for a


chance to lead his favorite team in the pennant race against the New York Yankees in this retro Broadway hit. It takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. March 10. One hour prior to the performance in the CCA lobby, the


center’s Youth Advisory Council will hold its first fundrais- ing event to support next year’s efforts in community ser- vice, leadership skills development and overall appreciation of the arts.


Party like it’s 1985 Now in its sixth “rad” year, “The Awesome ’80s Prom” is a party complete with characters from favorite


1980s movies unfolding in six performances at 8 p.m. Mon., March 19 through Sat., March 24. The captain of the football team, the Asian exchange student, the geek and the hottie head cheerleader


are all competing for prom king and queen, but the audience decides who wins. Come “Back in Time” – to quote a Huey Lewis tune, moonwalk to retro hits, join the break-dance circle or just sit back and watch the ’80s drama unfold. Certain ticket packages include an ’80s goodie bag, reserved seating and complimentary drink ticket. Learn more and buy tickets for either show by calling 480-782-2680.


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CGCC hosts photojournalist Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times photojournalist


Don Bartletti will share four stories from the U.S. / Mexico fron- tier in a talk entitled “Uneasy Neighbors: Photo Essays About Our Borders” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tue., March 6 in the Arnette Scott Ward Performing Arts Center at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, 2626 E. Pecos Rd. in Chandler. Bartletti’s stories will include: “Between Two Worlds - Mi Casa is Your House;” “Mexico’s Drug War - Carnage Just Around the Corner;” “U.S. Deportees - The Doorbell is Broken;” and “Bound to El Norte - Riding The Beast.” This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 480-732-7186.


Paper creations on display A new exhibition of artworks using, made from, interpreted


with or built out of paper unfolds at the Vision Gallery at 10 E. Chicago St. from Fri., March 16 through Sun., April 22. Visitors can attend the “On Paper” artist reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Fri., March 16. The show, juried by Arizona printmaker and book artist


Barbara Burton, features watercolor, hand-built, 2-D and 3-D art; print making; and automata, or abstract machine works by Brent Adrian, Carol Balyozian, Dana Cohn, Carolyn Congrove, Curt Dornsberg, Carolyn DuPont, Jeff Falk, Sue Faulkner, Amanda Green, Mary Jane Henley, Linda Lewis, Elnajean Beyst- Martonyi, Darci Niva, Chrstine Sandifur, Marilyn Schutzky, C.J. Shane, Hazel Stone, Margaret Suchland, Beata Wehr, Lorraine Whitt and Angela Young. Details are available at www.vision- gallery.org or 480-782-2695.


We listen and beautiful happens! Outdoor


Decorating Workshop, Chandler Library, March 24th 10 a.m.


Custom Window Treatments | Furniture | Lighting | Floor Coverings | Accessories


480-821-1080 Call us to see what is


on sale this month for the patio!


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