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October 19 - November 1, 2013


Steve Vai makes rare Arizona appearance BY CHRISTINA FUOCO-KARASINSKI

Calling from a tour stop in Italy, Steve Vai sounds anything but jetlagged. He’s enthusiastic about returning to the United States and especially about his gig at Wild Horse Pass’ Ovations Live! Showroom on Sun., Oct. 20. “I’m very excited,” says Vai, who lives in California. “I really enjoyed touring Europe. I toured a lot internationally in the past year and a half. But, touring America is a great vibe. There’s something simple about it. There’s a charm to it. It’s easy. There’s something about getting off the bus in some Podunk town in the Midwest and riding my bicycle around where people live.” The instrumental progressive rock guitarist, who released his latest album “The Story of Light” on Aug. 14, 2012, hasn’t performed in The Grand Canyon State in some time. “That’s why I decided to book another American tour on the same record,” he says. “I toured two months last year on ‘The Story of Light,’ which is my new record. There were a lot of places I didn’t get to, like Arizona, Texas, Colorado, California, the Midwest. Shows are always great in Arizona. Southern-type states have a more riled-up crowd.” The Grammy Award-winning guitar virtuoso has been hailed as one of the top guitarists in the world. His performances with Frank Zappa, David Lee Roth and many others have established Vai as a force in the music industry. He has sold more than15 million albums worldwide and his songs have appeared in movies, film and television shows. Vai’s “The Story of Light” is a concept album that is “a little esoteric with some humor in it.” “I wanted to express the story over a long period of time over various records, so I came up with the idea of releasing these three records that have installments of songs that are depictive of characters and events, but

not necessarily in the correct order. “Then, eventually in the future, release those three records plus another one with the songs in the correct order, with lyrics instead of melodies, with a whole record’s worth of narrative. So, when you sit down and listen to it, it’s a total experience from beginning to end.” That “experience” doesn’t end with the album or the concert. Vai is offering the EVO Experience Package, which includes meet and greet, Q&A session, sound check experience, exclusive tour laminate, print of handwritten score, autographed photo, Vai guitar picks, sticker and a Vai/DiMarzio Guitar Strap. “I like talking to the fans,” Vai says. “Our EVO Experience, is an intimate setting, with just me and however many people are there. Sometimes it’s four to five; sometimes it’s 60. I answer questions and I talk and it’s very intimate and personal. It usually lasts at least an hour. They get a bag filled with all sort s of unique swag. They get to come to a soundcheck. Our soundchecks are usually pretty long.” The shows are nothing to sneeze at, either. For his setlist, Vai is featuring a handful of new songs, fan favorites and deep tracks. “The songs are chosen for their dynamic contribution to the show,” Vai says. “I pace the show so there’s different sections and dynamics so it retains people’s attention. What you get to see is great musicianship. It’s different than what most people might expect. It’s difficult for me to explain it because I’m the artist. I’m trying to sell myself. The best thing I can tell you I would encourage people to go to Google, search for Steve Vai concert reviews, go to Ticketmaster’s concert reviews and read reviews from people who have been to the shows. “You’ll be surprised. One of the reasons why I’m doing this tour again is because the response is

VAI-ABLE TECHNICIAN: Steve Vai brings his flamboyant guitarplaying style to Wild Horse Pass’ Ovations Live! Showroom on Sun., Oct. 20. Submitted photo

embarrassingly good—the reviews that is. That’s the best place to get an idea of what the show’s like.” Steve Vai performs at 8 p.m. Sun., Oct. 20, at Wild Horse Pass’ Ovations Live! Showroom, 5040 Wild Horse Pass, Chandler. Tickets are $35 to $65. For more information, call 1-800-946-4452 or visit wingilariver. com/index.php/wild-horse-pass/entertainment-events. Christina Fuoco-Karasinski is the editor of the SanTan Sun News. She can be reached at christina@santansun. com.


October 19 - November 1, 2013


Local jazz singer featured Take the floor for dancing and jazz music with Clemente Ranch resident and vocalist Lyn Jackson when she features her music and new CD “Love’s Journey” during a performance from 6 to 9 p.m., Tue., Oct. 22 at the Las Sendas Golf Club on “The Patio” at 7555 E. Eagle Crest Dr., Mesa. Learn more from Las Sendas Golf Club at 480-396-4000 or or lynjackson. com

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Make your horror ‘Rocky’ for Halloween Get your Halloween on with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the longest-running theatrical release in film history, which celebrates the season Sat., Oct. 26 at the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at AkChin Circle, 16000 Maricopa Rd., Maricopa. Shows are at 9 p.m. and midnight, and tickets are just $5. “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” features a performance by Tim Curry as a bizarre and self-proclaimed “sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania,” and Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick as Brad and Janet, a couple who find themselves lost on a cold, rainy night. The musical pandemonium begins when the couple takes refuge in the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter as he is about to reveal his greatest creation, as well as have fun with his reluctant guests. The screening will be embellished with live audience participation from the Valley’s premiere “Rocky Horror” specialist troupe, Broadway Bound & Gagged (formerly Midnight Mayhem/Come As You Are), who have reclaimed their original name and are ready to bring the show to new and greater heights. The troupe also will perform at screenings set for 11 p.m. Fri., Oct. 25 at AMC Mesa Grand, 1645 S. Stapley Dr.; and

ALL DRESSED UP: A group of friends attends the opening night of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at Ak-Chin Circle. Three of them saw the film and had the Rocky Horror “experience” for the first time. Photo courtesy of Broadway Bound & Gagged

midnight on Sat., Nov. 2 and UltraStar Scottsdale, 9090 E. Indian Bend Rd. Tickets are $10 and $5, respectively. Additionally, the troupe will sponsor a costume contest at each show and will present two original musical numbers. For all shows, guests are encouraged to bring their own props—rice, toast, small toy water guns and toilet paper— so that they can be part of the Rocky Horror tradition. The beloved cult movie musical is presented with full audience participation. The R-rating will be enforced for those younger than age 17, who must be accompanied by an adult. Monthly screenings at Scottsdale and Maricopa will continue after the Halloween season through the end of the year. For more details or to purchase advance tickets, visit htm.


October 19 - November 1, 2013


Stories told through quilted works

Dance to Chicago-style jazz

More than 50 hand-quilted, printed, hand-embellished and picturesque art quilts will be on exhibition in ARTrageous: Art Quilts Year XVIII, which runs Nov. 1 through Jan. 18 at the Chandler Center for the Arts Gallery, 250 N. Arizona Ave., in downtown Chandler. A reception for artists will take place 6 to 8 p.m. Fri., Nov. 1. It is free and open to the public. All artworks are accompanied by a story and artist biography. The artworks were selected based on the 2013 juror’s theme, “ARTrageous,” encouraging textile artists to step outside of the box in some context, reflecting a twist on the traditional, an interesting technique that was unique to their work, or simply something that was extremely bold. Juror Laurie Fagen of Fagen Designs is an award-winning fiber artist who “paints with fabric” to design and create original contemporary wall art and wearable art, which includes metal and polymer clay jewelry. She is the publisher emeritus of the SanTan Sun News. Fagen says ARTrageous takes artists out of their comfort zones into a place that’s “exciting and unfamiliar.” “There were so many fabulous entries, from regulars as well as from amazing new artists who have never shown at the Chandler Center for the Arts,” Fagen explains. “We have selected what I know will be an exciting and cohesive fiber show.” Works by the following artists are included in the exhibit: Susan Big, Sandra

The 52nd Street Jazz Band performs its Chicago-style jazz at a “pre-festival rally” from 1 to 4 p.m. Sun., Oct. 20 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort, 1 N. San Marcos Pl., Chandler. Cost is $10 ACJS members and $15 for nonmembers; students are admitted for free. Become a member on Oct. 20 and get in free—yearly membership is $35 per couple, and $25 for a single. The Arizona Classic Jazz Society presents this show as a prelude to its 24th annual festival, to be held Nov. 7 through 10. Call 480-620-3941 or visit for more information.

Branjord, Jane B. Broaddus, Adriene Buffington, Betty Busby, Carolyn Castaneda, Lisa Chipetine, Denise Currier, Katherine W. Davis, Linda Engstrom, EGG-CELLENT ART: This Beverly Fizzell, art quilt titled “Ovum” Valerie Maserfrom fiber artist Betty Flanagan, Busby is one of dozens April Foster, on display in the exhibit Laura Gaskin, “ARTrageous: Art Quilts Claire Gimber, Year XVIII,” which opens Sally GouldNov. 1 at the Chandler Wright, Nancy Center for the Arts Green, Betty Gallery. Submitted photo Hahn, Estelle Hartman, Marla Hattabaugh, Ann Hiemstra, Janet Hiller, Barbara Janson, Margit Kagerer, Kathleen Kastles, Sherry Kleinman, Kathy Knapp, Sandra Lauterbach, Eileen Lauterborn, Susan Lenz, Ingrid Lincoln, Lorie McCown, Linda McCurry, Sandra McMorris-Johnson, Anne Munoz, Frances Murphy, Nancy Nakamoto, Kathy Nida, Patricia Powers, Helen Remick, Loraine K. Sample, Christine Sauer, Lin Schiffner, Brenda H. Smith, Susan Szajer, Ann Turley, Marcia Tuznik, Mary Vaneecke, Carol Ann Waugh, Deborah Weir, Shea Wilkinson, Janet Windsor, Diane Wright and Charlotte Ziebarth.


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Jazz fest takes over golf resort Enjoy live music spanning from the early 20th century to the 1940s during the Arizona Classic Jazz Festival, Nov. 7 through 10 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort, 1 San Marcos Pl., Chandler. The festival, presented by the Arizona Classic Jazz Society (ACJS), features music known by many names: classic, traditional, Dixieland, New Orleans-style, Chicago-style, Kansas City-style, West Coast-style, and “hot”—all evolving into “swing” in the 1930s. This year the festival is including “gypsy” jazz and blues, popular during that time period. The 24th annual festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, and conclude on Sunday. There are several jam sessions where anybody who plays an instrument can take part. Umbrellas will be available for everybody wishing to march in the “Second Line Parade,” starting at 5 p.m. Friday. Featured bands include: All Stars, Au Brothers, Blue Street, Le Hot Club De Rue Bleu, the trio of Eddie Erickson, Bill Dendle and Shelley Burns, 52nd Street Jazz Band, Cornet Chop Suey, High Sierra Jazz Band, The New Hot 5, the Original Wildcat Jass Band, the Reynolds Brothers Quintet, Sun City Stomperz, the Wolverine Jazz Band, Slide & Strings, Rhythm & Rhyme, and the Pieter Meijers Quartet. Lynn Roberts will wrap up the festival with his “Tribute to the Bob Hope Road

TOE-TAPPING: Members of the Reynolds Brothers Quintet perform their upbeat jazz music for the appreciative crowd at Disneyland. Photo courtesy of the Arizona Classic Jazz Society

Show” to honor military veterans. An after party will take place in A.J.’s Restaurant from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. An all-event badge is $95; Friday only is $45, Saturday only is $50, and Sunday only is $35. Admission after 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday is $25. For those age 17 and younger, admission is only $5 on Friday and Saturday, and free on Sunday. There is no charge to enjoy music on the patio, which is supported by a grant from the City of Chandler Event Sponsorship Funding Program. For more information on the schedule and the performers or to purchase tickets, visit or call 1-888-233-9527.


October 19 - November 1, 2013

Artist inspired by gardens

City of Chandler gives grant to film fest

Award-winning textile artist Paula Chung’s fiber art will be on display in an exhibition called “Flora: The Fiber Paintings of Paula Chung,” Nov. 1 through Jan. 18 at the Vision Gallery, 10 E. Chicago St., Chandler. A reception for the artist will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri., Nov. 1; it is free and open to the public. Chung builds a rich palette from fabrics incorporating hand-dyed silks,

The city of Chandler was one of three grantors who recently donated funds to The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival for its 2013-2014 season. Chandler was joined by the city of Scottsdale and the West Valley Arts Council, all three of which awarded the GPJFF grants ranging from $1,250 to $2,000. Each grant corresponds to one of the three geographic locations where the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival screens its films every February:

overdyed many times to capture a rich depth of color, with nature serving as her pattern. Her work resembles the beauty of watercolors and conveys the raw emotions the artist experiences from their beauty. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday. Call 480782-2695 or visit for more details.

Watch the Bolshoi Ballet on the big screen SanTan Sun-area residents will get a chance to see the Bolshoi Ballet as its “Live in HD” season comes to the Harkins Chandler Fashion Center 20, 3159 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler. The ballet’s production of “Spartacus” will be broadcast live beginning 8 a.m. Sun., Oct. 20, from Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre. Running time is 215 minutes, including a preshow and two intermissions. Starring Bolshoi Principal Dancers Mikhail Lobukhin, Anna Nikulina, Svetlana Zakharova and Ladislav Lantratov, “Spartacus” is one of the greatest ballets in the Bolshoi repertoire. With its famous Khachaturian score and choreography by Yuri Grigorovich, “Spartacus” teems with scenes of dynamic tension and gives full expression to the virility

and strength for which Russia’s male dancers are renowned. Specifically shot for the big screen, filmed with 10 cameras in high definition and 5.1 sound, the Bolshoi broadcasts provide a unique opportunity for audiences to experience an unprecedented proximity to the artists on stage and, via interviews and backstage footage, to enjoy a unique look behind the scenes of the world’s most renowned ballet company. It is being distributed to theatres across the United States by Ballet in Cinema from Emerging Pictures. For more details or tickets, go to or

MYTHICAL MAN: Mikhail Lobukhin stars as the lead character in the Bolshoi Ballet’s production of “Spartacus,” to be screened at Chandler Fashion Center on Oct. 20. Photo by Damir Yusupov

Chandler, Scottsdale and Peoria. At a time when many arts organizations either are folding or suffering due to lower corporate and individual donations, these three grants will be used by the GPJFF to promote awareness of the organization and to obtain the best in independent films for the 18th annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival, to be held Feb. 9 through 23. For more details about the film festival, visit

Art Show hosted by Artists of the Superstitions Queen Creek will be graced with many artists during the Artists of the Superstitions Art Show Sun., Oct. 20 at the Queen Creek Olive Mill, 35062 S. Meridian Rd. Approximately 20 artists will feature their paintings, photography, wood, jewelry, pottery, glass, gourds and more from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will also be wine tasting and an opportunity to enjoy lunch on the shaded grounds. For information visit or call 480888-9290.

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An evening of music and dancing with The Mood Swings 2.0 The Mood Swings 2.0 will hold a fundraiser and dance at the Green Valley VFW Oct. 26 to benefit Southern Arizona’s abused women and children. They are hosting an evening of music and dancing from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Thu., Nov. 14 at Sunbird Golf and Country Club, Riggs Road and Country Club Drive in Chandler. Ron Butler has been professionally singing for more than 40 years in Vegas, Tahoe and Reno for such artists as Vickie Carr, the Oak Ridge Boys and the Fifth Dimension. He also plays the guitar and harmonica. Maddy Paschal is Ms. Senior Arizona 2010 and first runner up to Ms. Senior America. She has her own monthly talk show segment just for seniors on KGUN Channel 9 in Tucson and writes a monthly senior column for Ocotillo Living Magazine.

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AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND DANCE: The Mood Swings 2.0, Ron Butler and Maddy Paschal, will hold an evening of music and dance Thu., Nov. 14 at Sunbird Golf and Country Club. Submitted photo

They will also appear at the Cottonwood Country Club Nov. 23 for the Annual Sun Lakes Republican Fundraiser at Farnsworth Community Theater for New Year’s Eve.

2013 Luxury Home Show returns to Arizona The 2013 Luxury Home Show, Street of Dreams, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays beginning Oct. 19, showcases five distinctive custom-built homes during a self-guided tour offering visitors a rare chance to learn about the best in lifestyle products and innovations in home construction. Each home features a unique architectural style, as well as being equipped with the latest in interior design, fine furnishings, artistic landscaping, technology and energy efficiency. Some of the features include a master bath with an 80-square-foot shower and a free-standing soaking tub filled from a laminar flow spout in the ceiling, a basement outfitted with a shooting range and a four-car garage, hand-carved stone ceilings and hand-painted floor tiles, a soft water tap in the garage for washing cars, outdoor kitchens, pool bathrooms, a tequila room, wine vaults and resortquality pools. The Street of Dreams

The Sun Lakes PEO Chapters will have a festive musical program luncheon with a turkey Waldorf salad, warm rolls and cherry cobbler at 12:15 p.m. Dec. 7 at Oakwood Country Club. The musical program will begin at 1 p.m. with Jacob Ziskin, 16, who will play carols and songs. All UN affiliates and visiting PEOs are encouraged to attend the event, which is $21 per person. Checks should be sent by Nov. 20. Make your check payable to Chapter EN, Gayle Alvar, 10422 E. Champagne Dr., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. Reservations are required prior to Nov. 30.


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“Two Gentlemen of Verona,” through Oct. 26, MAC. Shakespeare’s early comedy seems to proclaim “all’s fair in love and war,” as it unfolds a tale of a disguised and resourceful heroine, an irreverent servant, shady characters, outlaws, and one of the most famous and funny canines in all of classical literature. Presented by Southwest Shakespeare Company, set in the 1950s. “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” through Nov. 30, HCT. Based on the popular 1988 film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, the play centers on two con men living on the French Riviera. “Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power,” Oct. 19-April 20, MIM. Created by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, this is the world’s first museum exhibition to honor nearly a century of iconic female musicians. Highlighting more than 70 artists, the exhibition demonstrates how women have been engines of creation and change in popular music. Mrs. Lincoln: An Americana Roots Band, 3 p.m. Sun., Oct. 20, HCPA. A band that takes contemporary folk to a new level, blending influences from rock, country, bluegrass, and rhythm and blues to create a sound that has attracted a following that spans all age groups. ACS, 7:30 p.m. Tue., Oct. 22, MAC. The group is comprised of three Grammy Award winners: pianist Geri Allen, drummer Terri Lyne Carrington and bassist/vocalist Esperanza Spalding—three preeminent female musicians whose careers intersect across the

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landscape of contemporary jazz. 6 p.m. Thu., Oct. 24, TW. The four-hour event features performances by Javier Garcia and Desert Dixie. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated and benefit Ryan House. There will be a raffle with items ranging from restaurant gift cards to hotel stays. “Ever After: The Story of Jack & Jill,” Oct. 2526, HCPA. MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew” Season 7 Champion, Chris Thomas, A Time To Productions and The Happily Ever After League present a full-length dance musical production set to the sounds of the ’80s and ’90s. It tells the back-story of Jack and Jill and many other Mother Goose characters. “13,” Oct. 25-26 & Nov. 1-2, BSM. When his parents get divorced and he’s forced to move from New York to a small town in Indiana, Evan Goldman just wants to make friends and survive the school year, in this high-energy musical for all ages.

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“Mrs. Klein,” Oct. 25-Nov. 10, TAS. Psychoanalyst Melanie Klein is shattered by the news that her son has died in a climbing accident. Her daughter, also a psychoanalyst, thinks he committed suicide to defy their

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“An Evening with Jason Alexander and His Hair,” 2 & 8 p.m. Sat., Oct. 26, SCPA. The persona of George Costanza on NBC’s “Seinfeld” garnered Alexander six Emmy and four Golden Globe nominations, an American Television Award and two American Comedy Awards. Alexander’s career is one that defines diversity, from his Tony Award-winning performance in Jerome Robbins’ “Broadway” to his many roles on stage, film and television. voiceLab with David Portillo, 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 27, MIM. Portillo will perform

an exuberant program of entirely Spanish-language music with pianist Allen Perriello, Arizona Opera’s head of Music Staff. The program includes songs by Ginastera, Turina, Gardel, Rogers, Grever, and Sorozabal. Metropolitan Youth Symphony Fall Concert, 7 p.m. Tue., Oct. 29, MAC. MYS’s mission is to educate young instrumental musicians through the ninth grade in the art of orchestral performance through the use of the world’s finest orchestral music to develop character, discipline, leadership, cultural awareness, and a

strong commitment to excellence. “Nosferatu,” 7:30 p.m. Sat., Oct. 31, TCA-Studio. Things get spooky with the 1922 silent film brought to life with classical music by Dvorak, Brahms and Wagner as performed by the Arizona Pro Arte Orchestra. “Driving Miss Daisy,” Nov. 1-Jan. 12, DST. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play premiered off-Broadway in 1987. Set in Atlanta, the poignant and sometimes gritty story spans a quarter of a century and centers on two characters, Jewish widow Miss Daisy and her AfricanAmerican chauffer-turned-friend, Hoke.

ImprovMania, 7 & 9 p.m. Sat., Nov. 2, CCA. A live, fast-paced improv comedy show based on audience suggestions. The shows last approximately 90 minutes; the early show is all ages, the late show is PG-13. Pacific Mambo Orchestra Featuring Tito Puente Jr., 8 p.m. Sat., Nov. 2, SCPA. Celebrating the Golden Age of Latin Big Bands, this powerful 19-piece ensemble performs a dance-inducing mix of salsa, mambo and cha-cha-cha with singer and percussionist Tito Puente Jr. Arrive early for a pre-show happy hour.

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