Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

“Journeys in Spirit” Exhibit Showcases Traditional and Contemporary Native Art

“Ancient Keep” Maryhelen Ewing From May 19 through June 21, 2022, the ‘Tis Art Center and Gallery in historic downtown Prescott will present “Journeys in Spirit 2022”: Traditional and Contemporary Native Art. Produced in partnership with the Museum of Indigenous People, with additional support from the City of Prescott and the Prescott Area Arts and

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Master Illusionist Mike Super Reappears at YCPAC Saturday, March 26

Back in 2020, a worldwide pandemic made a hotly anticipated magician disappear from the local entertainment calendar. Now, after two mysterious years, Mike Super is back to turn a windy March evening into a memorable night out that will have your family comparing notes all the way home. Join us Saturday night, March 26, at

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Pink Martini Returns to YC Performing Arts Center March 24

Local Favorites with an International Flair As winter turns to Spring, and the Pandemic finally recedes, nothing warms the spirit more than a visit from an old friend. Yavapai College will provide just that on Thursday night, March 24, when local favorite Pink Martini – the sassy, captivating 12-piece orchestra – returns to Yavapai College

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Concert – Arizona Philharmonic Brass, February 27, 3 pm

On Sunday, February 27, at 3:00pm, at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, our principal brass players present a full brass concert of bold, beautiful and humorous music on a concert entitled Arizona Philharmonic Brass. This is the first time AZ Phil has presented these members as a brass quintet. Our principal trumpet player, Cindy Gould, designed the program to appeal to

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Opening Night: That Championship Season at Prescott Center for the Arts – David Stringer

Live theater returned to the stage of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts  on Thursday night with the revival of Jason Miller’s Tony Award winning drama, That Championship Season. The 1973 Broadway hit about the hypocrisy, personal failings, and prejudices of small town America also won the New York Drama Critics Award for Best Play and the 1973

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