From the world-renowned Stratford Festival, this scintillating production of Shakespeare’s boisterous comedy “The Taming of the Shrew” will stir your emotions as you follow the love story of Katherina and Petruchio – the feisty lovers at the center of Shakespeare’s most pointed social commentary.
The Stratford Festival's renowned new production of "The Taming of the Shrew" makes its Sedona big-screen debut on Sunday, May 29.
The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the high-definition premiere from its home in Canada's prestigious festival. There will be one show at 3 p.m. at the festival's Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Rick Busbea is back at Vino Di Sedona for $3 Draft Night on Wednesday May 25, 7-10 p.m. Rick is a local favorite who preforms at Vino Di Sedona every 2nd and 4th Wednesday; his shows are energetic and you'll hear classic favorites and modern tunes including Croce, Chesney, and Buffett. Rick relocated from Southern CA to Sedona in the fall of 2014 and quickly became known as a talented musician who is sure to entertain.
Friday May 27, 5 p.m., the Pumphouse Poetry and Prose Project proudly presents poet James Jay.
The poetry reading will take place in Sedona on the southernmost end of the Creekside Plaza parking lot just north of Tlaquapaque on the steps of the historic stone pumphouse beneath the shade of the giant sycamore trees.
Make a mask of your face that represents your vision of healing. May 27, 1-4 p.m., at Sedona Arts Center, mask maker and performance artist, Pash Galbavy invites participants to a make a healing mask as one of 12 events for the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley's activities for Mental Health Awareness Month. (www.mentalhealthcoalitionvv.org)
If you have a creative teenager looking for summer opportunities, Sedona Arts Center has the program for you. Sedona Arts Center has announced its 2016 Summer Camp for Creative Kids, which will feature two weeks of instruction in filmmaking, ceramics, and visual arts.
The Practice of Compassion and Nonviolence Through Communication
Tuesdays, June 7-28, 6-8pm Yavapai College Sedona Center. This course focuses on deepening the practice of Compassionate/Nonviolent Communication. Each class will offer a variety of exercises designed to increase the skills of deep listening, self connection and honest expression. Recommended: 8hrs study of Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication method. Facilitators: Rachel Garmon and Doris Ehrler. For registration go to www.yc.edu/VerdeCommEd or call928.634.6530 or 800.922.6787
Members are JC-Jack Couchman on Guitars, Synth Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Gregory Williams on Guitar, Bass, Harmonica, vocals, & Tim Myers on Percussion/Drums, This is a band you will enjoy listening to! (They also have an acoustic duet called cheap sunglasses) cheapsunglassesband.us
Upcoming Show Dates:
Cottonwood 3pm to 6pm, Every Last Wed of every month
6/3/16 @ Bootleggers Bar (Acoustic Trio Show) 5pm to 9pm
6/4/16 @ The Chaparral Bar 9pm to 1am
6/10/16 @ Kactus Kates Saloon 9 to 1am
6/11/16 @ Burning Tree Cellars 6pm to 9pm
6/17/16 @ Bootleggers Bar (Acoustic Trio Show) 2pm to 6pm
6/18/16 @ Pj's Village Pub 9 to 1am
6/24/16 @ Grasshopper Grill (Acoustic Show)5:30pm to 8:30pm Every 4th Friday of the month