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Stage Left Productions enters the new year with another one-woman play, “I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers." more
Theaters are mostly dark this year, but Christmas can still shine brightly for kids and their families. more
For its second presentation since emerging from “lockdown” in October, Stage Left Productions is presenting another one-character play under secure virus protected conditions. more
The annual Surprise Party winter celebration is going remote this year. more
Marley Park resident Dan Romero has been busy working in his studio during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Romero will be exhibiting his bronze sculptures at the 24th Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist … more
Like other venues, The Vista Center for the Arts had to reschedule shows from the spring. more
What do pygmy hippos, clouded leopards, spider monkeys, nilgai antelope, sarus cranes and stingrays have in common? more
Following an abbreviated 2019-20 season, Stage Left Productions, 11340 W. Bell Road, is reopening under secure virus-protected conditions with a series of one-character plays. more
The annual ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence event celebrates the vibrant, diverse and creative Arizona theater scene. more
The three Surprise libraries are expanding access with two new programs as it plans to reopen for full in-person use in early November. more
The annual Surprise Fiesta Grande street party is happening this week online only. more
Like most events in 2020, the annual Surprise Fiesta Grande street party in the Original Town Site is going virtual. more
Spring training took a step toward normalcy with the release of the 2021 schedule at Surprise Stadium. more
To re-engage with the community face-to-face in a safe, creative environment, the West Valley Arts is presenting "Expressions of the West Valley," an exhibit featuring local artists Betty Shults, Frank Williams and Gerald Schwartz from Thursday, Sept. 10 through Friday, Oct. 9 at the Arts HQ Gallery, 16126 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
When Governor Doug Ducey imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a point stressed throughout his March 30 executive order was that while residents should follow all … more
The transformation of the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, 15660 N. Parkview Place, into The Vista Center for the Arts isn’t officially official until the sign is erected on the actual … more
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