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2003 Stories by Robrt L. Pela

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  • Martial Artist

    published February 27, 2003

    When the state's Joint Legislative Budget Committee recently released a budget proposal that zeroed out future funding for the Arizona Commission... More >>

  • Love Boat

    published February 20, 2003

    The Yellow Boat is the true story of a young boy who's dying, and about how love and art can transform tragedy. It's a much-produced... More >>

  • Kilt Joy

    published February 20, 2003

    During the week, he's Chuck Feuquay, builder of jails for Sheriff Joke. On weekends, he's Charlie FitzRoi, builder of spoons at Renaissance... More >>

  • Greeting Cad

    published February 13, 2003

    It's been weeks since the last clump of mistletoe was yanked from Gilbert's doorways, but the town is still ringing with Christmas jeers. That's... More >>

  • Traumatic License

    published February 13, 2003

    What becomes a tragedy most? Expression, according to director Marshall W. Mason, whose upcoming production of J.B. at ASU's... More >>

  • Playbill Bunny

    published February 6, 2003

    The heck with Tent City. Sheriff Joe should start sending miscreants to Stagebrush Theatre, where the Scottsdale Community Players have been... More >>

  • Speaking Volumes

    published February 6, 2003

    It's more than a book sale. The VNSA Book Sale is an annual event – a Phoenix tradition that for the past 48 years has drawn collectors from a... More >>

  • An I for an I

    published January 30, 2003

    There's an unusual and relatively new trend in theater that finds actors performing monologues written by and specifically for other performers.... More >>

  • Dancing Queen

    published January 30, 2003

    Brittany Evans is not that kind of girl. Sure, she took off every last stitch of clothing for Playboy this month, and she hangs out at Hugh... More >>

  • Fritter Fight

    published January 23, 2003

    Homer Simpson would be horrified. The ever-vigilant City of Mesa has targeted Winchell's Donut House franchisee Edward Salib for daring to put... More >>

  • Hitler Hilarity

    published January 23, 2003

    The Producers is more than theater. It is, like a handful of other shows, an event. Mel Brooks' record-breaking Tony-winner is one... More >>

  • Acting Alone

    published January 23, 2003

    "I've been sitting here making props all day," says actor Christopher Haines, "which is what you end up doing when you start a theater company... More >>

  • Mr. Green Genes

    published January 16, 2003

    If Charlie Arntzen has his way, your next flu shot will be administered in the form of a tasty banana frappe. Arntzen is the ASU biologist... More >>

  • Aisle of the Damned

    published January 16, 2003

    I don't find married couples particularly amusing, but I do enjoy watching Bob Sorenson and Debby Rosenthal perform. Good thing, too, because... More >>

  • Fool Moon Rising

    published January 9, 2003

    The heck with the New Year – what you need, according to Cynthia Peden, is a new moon. Her start-up business, Moon Money, will bring you heaps o... More >>

  • Warmed Over

    published January 2, 2003

    I deplore The Fantasticks. Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's hyper-popular, record-breaking chamber musical is on my short list of shows I... More >>

  • Rat Fink

    published January 2, 2003

    Rats! Barry Paceley's got them, but like the guy with the proverbial pile of lemons, Paceley has made lemonade -- which, as residents of the tony... More >>

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