Calendar Girl

When it is hot out -- this hot out, anyway -- it’s easy to feel a little worn down by lunch time. But if a nap in the office cubicle is out of the question, how about a pick-me-up with Someday, a blast of Lunch Time Theater at the Herberger Theater? A one-woman show featuring Phoenix songwriter, comedian, and actress Annie Moscow, Someday is a musical salute to “dreams, procrastinations and those of us who indulge.” Pianist, poet, and storyteller, Moscow is a sort of a Steve Allen for the 21st Century, and her showcase songs are ruminations on life, what could be, what should be and what happens when people reach for something they can’t expect to hold.

Tickets are $6 to the show's finale at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, June 27, on the Kax Stage at the Herberger Theater, 222 East Monroe Street. Visit or call 602-252-8497.

Tuesdays-Thursdays, 12:10 p.m. Starts: June 18. Continues through June 27, 2013
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Glenn BurnSilver
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