Actor Yul Brynner is seen in 1978 form "The Magnificent Seven." (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Clockwise from far left: ChŽrie Pittman; Mr. Art Almquist, THS director of theatre (in spotted shirt with white t-shirt); Ciaran Wiese; Allegra Frazier; Brisa Oldfather; Brook Jonquil; Angelina Rose Jones (in hat and shawl); Alex Krause; Mia Asher; Rafael Manlove (front row, far right); Kare…
President George H.W. Bush thanks to hosts Valerie Harper and John Forsythe at the Ford's Theatre in Washington on Sunday, March 25, 1990 after attending an annual fund-raising gala. The show, "A Festival at Ford's" televised on Ted Turner's Broadcasting System on the night of July 4. (AP Ph…
LOFT CINEMA RENEWAL AND EXPANSION — Photo taken Nov. 16, 2003.
Arizona Theatre Company expects to end its 2013 fiscal year $1 million in the red - more than double the deficit when ATC's managing director took over two years ago.
Arizona Theatre Company's David Ira Goldstein is leaving the organization in December, halfway through his 22nd season as artistic director.
Hal Linden, with beard, and Ossie Davis, second from right, are flanked by Broadway stars on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1986 in New York at party celebrating their taking over the lead roles in Broadway comedy "I'm Not Rappaport". In foreground is Debbie Allen of "Sweet Charity", who along with actor…
Jake Stollings plays Bud Frump, hailing the need for coffee during the Empire High School production of the musical comedy "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
Connor Griffin is J. Pierrepont Finch, a lowly window washer who rises to corporate heights aided by secretary Rosemary Pilkington, played by Emily Beaulieu.
Richard Gremel, stage and music director, leads the cast in an outdoor exercise before last Friday's show. The production was at the Vail Theatre of the Arts, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way.
Felicia Boswell and Bryan Fenkart, whose character, Huey Calhoun, is loosely based on disc jockey Dewey Phillips, sing and dance in "Memphis." (FYI: After seeing "Memphis" you may be inclined to say "hockadoo" rather than "whoo hoo.")
Felicia Boswell has been on the road with the musical "Memphis" for 16 months.
#15: "Wuthering Heights," 1939, starring Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier, pictured with actor David Niven at right, 1939. (AP Photo)
It's Discount Tuesday at Century Gateway 12, 770 N. Kolb Road.
General Manager Kyle Canfield gets the digital projection system up and running for an afternoon showing of "Miami Connection" at The Loft Cinema.
The new 98-seat theater opened Nov. 9 in a converted auto-repair shop next door to The Loft's main cinema.
Football fans will have a chance to watch Friday's Territorial Cup game between the University of Arizona and Arizona State University for free on a big-screen TV.
Dr. Frankenstein, surrounded by his ghouls watch with joy as a body fills a coffin, during a performance for Halloween in England, November 1979. Tony Silver from San Jose, California, of the U. S. Army in Germany plays the part of Dr. Frankenstein. (AP Photo)