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‘A Conversation with John Leguizamo’ Feb. 3 at Mesa Arts Center

Posted 1/6/22

Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., is hosting A Conversation with John Leguizamo lecture on Feb. 3.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $35 to $75. Tickets are available at …

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‘A Conversation with John Leguizamo’ Feb. 3 at Mesa Arts Center

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Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., is hosting A Conversation with John Leguizamo lecture on Feb. 3.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $35 to $75. Tickets are available at MesaArtsCenter.com or call 480-644-6500 during box office business hours.

The Emmy and Tony Award-winning actor shares an evening of lecture, moderated conversation — with audience questions, humor and insight based on lessons he’s learned, characters he’s encountered and struggles he’s had against racism and poverty, according to a release.

“A prominent actor-writer-director in film, television and theatre, Leguizamo offers unique perspectives on life based on his experiences growing up in a tough neighborhood in Queens, moving through his early performance experiences in 1980s avant-garde theatre and rising to his current life as an immensely popular feature film and television actor,” it states.

Mesa Arts Center, owned and operated by the city of Mesa, is in the heart of downtown Mesa. The arts center is home to four theaters, five art galleries and 14 art studios. MAC offers live entertainment and performances, visual art exhibitions, and arts education classes. Mesa Arts Center’s mission is to inspire people through engaging arts experiences that are diverse, accessible and relevant. Go to mesaartscenter.com.

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