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Arts & Culture Family Featured Music & Events Fara Illich March 31, 2010

It’s never too early to start planning a weekend, especially when it comes to Arizona Theatre Company and the Herberger Theater Center. Add these events to your BlackBerry:
menagerieCOn Friday (4/2) at 7 p.m., you can be part of Voice and Vision: A Graffiti/Spoken Word Explosion at the Herberger Plaza. As part of a month-long campaign, the ATC has collected stories from staff, theater patrons, and community members describing times during which they “found their voices.” You can watch and listen as ATC staff and volunteers read these stories aloud while four talented artists paint a graffiti-art mural ignited by the personal stories they hear. Words, color, art, passion—all in one at the beautiful Herberger Theatre Center.
Then, on Saturday (4/3) at 1 p.m., don’t miss From Page to Stage featuring the ATC prop master, Paul Lucas. This event is also open to the public and will take place prior to the 2 p.m. showing of The Glass Menagerie. I’ll be at both events and can’t wait as the reviews for the play have been outstanding.
So, lots to do in Downtown Phoenix this weekend. Is this the coolest city or what?
For more information on these and other events, check out Arizona Theatre Company or Herberger Theater Center.