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Pop And Circumstances
Harvard-educated photographer Lauren Greenfield has captured the jaded lives of L.A. teens. [09-14-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Border Disorder
Dennis Oppenheim pioneers what can only be called Brutal Art. [09-14-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Island Paradise
There's only one word for Borderland Theatre's first musical: stunning. [09-08-98]

Dance Against Destruction
This past summer, Orts Theatre Of Dance director Annie Bunker taught dance to Northern Ireland's disabled, elderly and blind. [09-08-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Unmellow Drama
TV or not TV?--that seems to be the real question local playwright Mark Brady is asking. [08-31-98]

Sinners And Grinners
When it comes to local social criticism, painter Eriks Rudans goes for the jugular, in the latest Dinnerware Invitational exhibit. [08-31-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Classic Coward
Quintessential Productions gives Noel Coward's "Hay Fever" quite a go in its latest presentation. [08-24-98]

Wish You Were Here...
American attitudes toward Mexico are captured in an exhibit of old postcards, while another exhibit-of photographs-captures images of Nogales, Sonora, as it is today. [08-17-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Tragic Proportions
The Oresteia, a modernist adaptation of Aeschylus' three-play package that wowed 'em way back in 458 B.C, represents a significant achievement for 20-year-old Stuart Bousel. [08-10-98]

Singing Praises
Santa Fe's summer opera festival has a renovated venue. [08-03-98]
— Robert Baird, TUCSON WEEKLY

Contemporary New Mexico
It's hard to miss the visual art spilling out of gallery windows and doorways all around the chock-a-block central plaza in Santa Fe. [08-03-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Master Of Craft
In the latter part of her life, photographer Laura Volkerding came upon the subject that she seemed to have been preparing for her whole career. [07-20-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Armenian Coup
The Borderlands Theatre handles Richard Kalinonski's "Beast Of The Moon," which deals with the dark subject of genocide, with impeccable timing that enhances the author's deft touches of personal humor. [07-20-98]

Homicidal Homage
Photographer Amy Zuckerman's exhibition "Point of Fracture" explores the sad, horrific world of crime victims' surviving friends and relatives. [06-15-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Catwalk Caterwaul
The delicious kitsch of the all-American beauty pageant is brought to subversive life in "Pageant," a musical spoof. [06-08-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Boarding School Blues
Murderous roommates at odds are just one of the elements playwright Rich Amada deftly juggles in his funny new play, "The Wimpley School for Wayward Girls." [06-08-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Water Works
A Tucson exhibition represents an ongoing dialog between painter David Andres and photographer Ann Simmons-Myers, both of whom work the deliciously organic shapes of the sea. [06-01-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Landed Legacy
Viktor Slavkin's "Cerceau" sounds a lot like Checkov's "Cherry Orchard" -- with introspective characters idling in a country house, and all. But the newer play is also radically different. [06-01-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Trippy Tapestries
Weaver Ann Keuper has already demonstrated she can make a silk purse out of a pig's gut, and most of her new works incorporating non-porky materials are just as marvelous. [05-11-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Nationalistic Nabobs
A tale of love that unexpectedly erupts during war, G. B. Shaw's "Arms and the Man" has some naughty fun with nationalistic pieties. [05-11-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

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