The timeless Shakespearean masterpiece “Romeo & Juliet” has been retold in many theatre, opera, film, and dance works. Since its creation by Helgi Tomasson in 1994, San Francisco Ballet’s “Romeo & Juliet” has played to sold-out houses and taken its place as one of the finest dance interpretations of the passionate tale.
San Francisco Ballet's glorious production of "Romeo & Juliet" - choreographed by company Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson - will be screened in cinemas nationwide and at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona as part of the Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance series.
The Sedona Posse Grounds Hub is excited to present as part of their "Music In the House" performance series, the outstanding and critically acclaimed Nashville duo Adam & I on Saturday, June 25, at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.).
Enjoy the unique solo "Guitar Artistry" of Rick Cyge in Page Springs and Sedona this week.
For a romantic weekend of wine and music, see Cyge's performances at Page Springs Cellars in Cornville on Friday, June 24, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. and continue the adventure on Saturday, June 25, at The Art of Wine in Uptown Sedona, 2-5 p.m.
True Sadness reflects The Avett Brothers' artistic, musical, and personal evolution over 16 years as a band. Eloquently describing what's to come on the horizon, Seth writes, "True Sadness is a patchwork quilt, both thematically and stylistically."
Wherein a myriad of contrasting fabrics make perfect sense on the same plane, this album draws upon countless resources from its writers and performers.
The Sedona International Film Festival is the official, exclusive Northern Arizona home for the New York Film Critics monthly series debuting new films weeks prior to their theatrical release. The series is hosted by Rolling Stone Magazine's Peter Travers, via satellite, and features a Q&A with the filmmaker and stars from the film each month.
Thursday, June 23, 6 p.m., Inspiration of Sedona will present the free Arizona encore premiere of the award-winning How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change documentary, followed by an open community discussion. Back by popular demand, this screening is part of the film's nation-wide "Let Go and Love Tour."
The public is invited to a free showing of the film "MY DEPRESSION: The Up and the Down of It" on Monday, June 27, 6:30PM at Yavapai College, Room 34, 4215 Arts Village Dr., Sedona. The film and panel discussion is organized by the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley. MY DEPRESSION illuminates the symptoms, emotions and side effects of depression through witty animation, comedy and unique musical numbers. The film shows how it's possible to survive depression. There will be a panel of speakers after the film sharing their own situations with depression and to answer questions. No reservations needed. For more information, contact Barbara Litrell, 649-0135, email@example.com.