April 17 - 20. Arizona Opera performs Verdi’s timeless classic about love and sacrifice.
Symphony Hall. Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are $31-$144.
For information, call 480-784-4444
or get info online
April 20. Herberger Theater Center, 3 PM & 7 PM
Bronzeworks and Scottsdale Handbell Ensemble, two contemporary handbell groups from Desert Bells International, will perform a variety of musical literature, from classical to pop, from sacred to jazz! These two groups will be ringing bells from Great Britain, Holland and the United States. This concert will be a colorful collection of sound, with bells from around the world.
Tickets are $28, $23 for Students. For information, call 602-252-8497 or get info online
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Asking Price is $193,000.
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Check out the Comedy of Margaret Cho with her “Beautiful” Tour. Friday, April 18th at the Dodge.
Doors open at 7 PM, show starts at 8 PM.
The final performance of this great American classic is happening Sunday at 1 PM at the Herberger Theater Center.
A great American classic and one of the most beloved coming-of-age stories ever written, Harper Lee’s moving tale of life in rural Alabama during the Depression is filled with heartache and joy, conflict and conciliation. In To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout, a six-year-old tomboy, grows up quickly as her father, Atticus Finch, defends a legal battle that reveals fires of prejudice burning through the South where black and white, rich and poor, young and old struggle to find common ground and survive. To Kill A Mockingbird is the first production in ATC’s AMERICA PLAYS! Celebrating Great American Stories initiative. This ambitious multi-year series of American classics will include special public forums, readings, education programs and state-wide community-based events.