Our top picks for April’s best arts events.
The South African comedian, best known as host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central, brings his Lost in Translation – Finally Getting a Job tour to Phoenix.
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400 W. Washington St., Phoenix
Louisa May Alcott’s tender coming-of-age story about growing up female in post-Civil War New England is filled with adventure, heartbreak and a deep sense of hope.
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Valley Youth Theatre
525 N. First St., Phoenix
More than 100 Hopi katsina doll carvers show and sell their unique creations in traditional and contemporary styles, with musical performances and carving demonstrations adding to the festivities.
9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
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Arizona Country Roads
From the White Mountains to Willcox, Duane Eddy to Dierks Bentley, we take a journey through the Western music of the Grand Canyon State. ...
ARTIST OF THE MONTH:“What's my favorite piece?” Lalo Cota repeats, settling in at Jobot coffeehouse in Downtown Phoenix. “The next one.” ...
Artist Neil Logan creates a Wallace and Ladmo bronze sculpture in public, for the public. ...
Carefree Desert Gardens goes wild for sculptor Ray Villafane's life-size sand sculpture of an elephant. ...