In a career that spans five decades, 24 albums and three Grammy awards, singer/songwriter Tom Chapin has covered an incredible amount of creative ground. Chapin brings his contemporary folk music to the Prescott Valley Performing Arts’ Main Street Theater, 3235 Main St., at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3.
We all have those moments when something strikes and affects us in a manner we cannot explain. It varies for all of us. For some, it’s a relationship, career, or creative genre. For Maria Flurry, it was attending an event in Flagstaff at Northern Arizona University (NAU) where she first experienced — and felt a connection with — the marimba.
Cast off on a voyage of laughter and music, when the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players dock the H.M.S. Pinafore at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3 at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC), 1100 E. Sheldon Street, in Prescott.
Tom Brady has officially — and finally, he insists — retired from the National Football League. Based on his new movie “80 For Brady,” it’s also time that he immediately retire from filmmaking.
Experience an Encounter with Edward Curtis featuring Wyatt Earp during the Phippen Dinner Program at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Phippen Museum, 4701 N. Highway 89.
Manos Percussion’s “Wood, Water, and Wolfgang,” presented by Arizona Philharmonic (AZ Phil), an impressive collection of percussion instruments and music from all over the world, is performing at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC).
The Launch Pad sent out a holiday greeting in December with the help of Courtney Osterfelt, The Launch Pad’s executive director and founder, with a story about a teen named “Caution” starting a lunch program for teens unable to afford lunches called All Access Pass.
A steady fixture in the Southern California comedy scene, Bruce Jingles’ comedic brand blends abstract and observational comedy with impersonations and essential timing. Jingles brings his unique brand of comedy to Prescott at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6) Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Elks Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St.
Passionate and enthusiastic are two words that fully describe Prescott resident Lesley Alward — especially when it comes to any project that she is involved in.
The Central Arizona Concert Band welcomes the new year with a concert filled with instrumental favorites and a rare treat — a featured Clarinet Choir.
ix quirky adolescents compete, but only one will win. The losers get a juice box. Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a musical comedy directed by Brandon Gabaldon, opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, and runs through Feb. 5, in the Cabaret theater at Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA), 208 N. Marina St.
While living in D.C., the reintroduction of a college roommate turned Ali Cassidy’s life in an unexpected new direction.
New movies like “Plane” and “House Party” were no match for “Avatar: The Way of Water” and the killer doll horror “M3GAN” at the box office this past weekend. The two holdovers topped the charts again according to studio estimates.
The Texas Tenors — three singers who captured hearts on America’s Got Talent then launched to international stardom — are returning to Prescott at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC), 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott.
It’s the 1980s and rich prep school students in Los Angeles are living the life of absentee parents, fancy cars, drugs, sex and disaffection.
Tickets are now on sale for Spring 2023 shows at the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium, located on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus, 3700 Willow Creek Road.
Artist Runar (R.G.) Rodell had a very special talent for creating windows into wildlife — moments frozen in time behind glass and populated with lifelike creations, colorful landscapes, and backgrounds that recede far into the distance.
Start your new year off with a journey through the pop hits of 1970s icon Tony Orlando. At 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, Orlando will perform his classic tunes at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC), 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott.
“You don’t teach a 2-year-old to cook. You just make and show them things that they poke.” — Chef Molly Beverly’s response to teaching a cooking class to toddlers.
NEW YORK — The Blumhouse evil-doll horror film “M3gan” got off to a killer start, debuting with $30.2 million in ticket sales this past weekend, according to studio estimates, while “Avatar: The Way of Water” continued its box-office reign in the top spot.
The Northern Arizona Big Band, a 17-piece band with a vocalist, is performing swing music from the past and present at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Elks Performing Arts Center Crystal Hall on the third floor, 117 E. Gurley, Prescott.
Stories of Old West outlaws pervade our culture, but they are primarily focused on men. New York Times bestselling author Chris Enss prefers to tell the stories of the Old West’s most egregious female outlaws, gamblers, soiled doves and other wicked women who are less widely known.