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Best In The West
The famous western painter Maynard Dixon lived the last six years of his life in Tucson. A new exhibit features some of his last, though still revolutionary, works. [12-07-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Loom With A View
Nevryie Coskuner plays her loom like a harp. [11-30-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Batter Up
"The Batting Cage," is an homage to the joys and revelations accrued from being stuck in a Holiday Inn on an extended wake/vacation. [11-30-98]

Orts Goes Brazilian
Hot African rhythms and Portuguese chants warmed the Orts studio on a blustery day last week. [11-23-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

African Odyssey
Tucsonan Robert Colescott's paintings have come from the Venice Biennale to the University of Arizona Museum of Art. [11-23-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Return Of The Bat
It's no surprise that when Johann Strauss the Younger turned to operetta, he filled his Fledermaus, a frothy story of liaisons and mistaken identities, with lovely waltzes. [11-16-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Opera Updated
Nowadays "Rent" is a mini-industry. [11-16-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Of Bliss And Blisters
A pair of artists now showing at Dinnerware demonstrate just how different interpretations of home, sweet home can be. [11-16-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Family Flawed
If you think your family is dysfunctional, you should see Eugene O'Neill's. [11-02-98]

That's The Spirit
UA Repertory offers a haunting taste of Henrik Ibsen's "Ghosts." [10-26-98]

Gross Measure
'Tribute' At The Joseph Gross Gallery celebrates 20 Years in Tucson's art history. [10-26-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Balancing Act
Get off your axis and go see TILT. [10-26-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Drawing Inspiration
A new collection by Bailey Doogan is one of the strongest in years. [10-19-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Truth Be Not Told
Tucson playwright Toni Press-Coffman believes the truth is out there, but that Shakespeare got it wrong in "Richard III." [10-12-98]

Dance Of Death...And Life
The time was September 1933 and the place was Germany: not a good combination for a proponent of avant-garde dance... [10-12-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Doggy Style
The Invisible Theatre production of "Sylvia," A. R. Gurney's update of the old "boy-and-his-dog" story, manages to overcome the author's missteps. [10-05-98]

Creative Hurricane
Mark Morris, a MacArthur genius, is a master of high and low dance. [10-05-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

E = MC2
Comedian Steve Martin's play detailing a hypothetical meeting between Picasso and Einstein is a pleasant enough bon mot. But certainly not food for the soul. [09-28-98]

Hell In A Handbasket
Quintessential Productions' version of Sartre's classic, "No Exit," is not terribly successful. [09-21-98]

Encroachment Art
"Encroachment: Nowhere to Hide,&34; makes the important point that pitched development battles are hardly confined to the Sonoran Desert. [09-21-98]
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY

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