Monthly Archives: February 2016

Fiddler on the Roof – Theatre Review: Arizona Broadway Theatre, Peoria

Fiddler on the Roof is a unique musical, and here’s why.  It’s one where within the first minute or so you can tell, in a general sense, whether the production is going to work, and there are two clues. The first clue is the entrance of Tevye the poor milkman. By the sound of his […]

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Evita – Theatre Review: Phoenix Theatre, Phoenix

The thing to remember about Evita is that no two productions are ever alike. They can’t be. Because of its construction and its origin as a concept double-album, when a director receives the libretto, there may be some written suggestions as to where the song is taking place, but how it’s presented and performed is […]

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For The Coyotes – Days 8 & 9; the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

It’s the final weekend of the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival for 2016.  Check the schedule for the next two days and you’ll find a lineup packed with opportunities to not only see first run features but a chance to play catch up with films that might have slipped by.  And if you’re concerned of […]

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Eddie the Eagle – Film Review

For obvious reasons, his story is better known in the United Kingdom than America, but there’s a chance you might remember it. Think back to the 1988 Winter Olympic Games in Calgary. Then think of the little English ski-jumper who could… sorta. Eddie Edwards, dubbed Eddie the Eagle by the press, finished last in both […]

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Sacred Journeys – Day 7: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

Day 7, and just ahead of the final weekend for the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival, moviegoers are in for a treat. This evening, 6pm at Sedona Performing Arts Center, the festival presents a special screening of the film that asked “Where were you in ’62?” The cast of American Graffiti reunite for a […]

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Evan’s Crime – Day 6: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

Day 6 at the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival and it’s one of great anticipation. Tonight, audiences have a chance to attend the initial performance of the locally produced film Sacred Journeys with Mackenzie Phillips, shot entirely in Sedona. The film will have a second showing on Saturday afternoon, plus we’ll have a full […]

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