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Valley Youth Theatre show features Chandler actress
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Valley Youth Theatre show features Chandler actress

August 16th, 2021 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF When Valley Youth Theatre streams its VYTal Affair-athon fundraiser on Aug. 21, Chandler residents may recognize a familiar face on VYT’s stage. Jessica Wastchak has been singing and dancing across the...
Sun Lakes author publishes new novel
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Sun Lakes author publishes new novel

August 5th, 2021 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Sun Lakes author Sandra Givens says she’s incorporated some contemporary issues into her latest novel, “Love at the Ranch.” That book comes after last year’s publication of two novels that she...
Chandler actress in running for Jimmy Award
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Chandler actress in running for Jimmy Award

July 8th, 2021 | by development
By Ashlyn Robinette Staff Writer A Chandler performer won the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards and is now nominated for best actress at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards – otherwise known as The...
Chandler Arts Center prepares for comeback
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Chandler Arts Center prepares for comeback

June 21st, 2021 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer After more than a year of barring patrons from visiting its theater, the Chandler Center for the Arts is preparing to welcome back audiences for live, in-person performances. Since March 2020, the...
Chandler thespians go before live audiences
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Chandler thespians go before live audiences

June 11th, 2021 | by development
By KATY SPRINGER Contributor It’s not often that “revolting” children get a standing ovation – but that’s exactly what will happen next week when nearly 40 Chandler and other East Valley kids charge the stage in...
Chandler theater prepares for first live production
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Chandler theater prepares for first live production

May 28th, 2021 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer The Chandler Youth Theater is preparing to stage its first live performances since the pandemic stymied its operations more than a year ago. The local nonprofit is currently holding rehearsals with...
Social media keeps Erin McLoughlin inspired
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Social media keeps Erin McLoughlin inspired

May 24th, 2021 | by development
By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Staff Writer Erin McLoughlin was a little girl, growing up in Anthem, when she saw Norman Rockwell paintings for the first time. She admired his portraits with exaggerated emotions, she said....
Mogollon brings ‘universal language’ to the stage
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Mogollon brings ‘universal language’ to the stage

May 24th, 2021 | by development
By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Editor Duane Moore said he feels he hasn’t worked a day in his life. Moore loves everything about the music business — and has since he co-founded Mogollon in 1979. “I love it so much,” Moore...
Quilters display heirloom treasures this month
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Quilters display heirloom treasures this month

May 24th, 2021 | by development
By Srianthi Perera Contributor Heirloom quilts – those that are handed down from one generation to another – have a special place in families. Their creations often have stories attached to them, or its fabric tells the...
Electric Sol calls its new EP a ‘turning point’
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Electric Sol calls its new EP a ‘turning point’

May 11th, 2021 | by development
By Alex Gallagher Contributor Valley band Electric Sol recently released its second EP, but prior to the collection’s release, the act offered a sample of its future. “This whole project is a turning point and has come to...