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Film has the power to illuminate, to make us feel deeply, essentially taking us to a place beyond ourselves. As a medium, it opens hearts and minds, and our response to it is both visceral and personal. Underneath this response lies the unspoken connection between us all, and nowhere is this more evident than at the ILLUMINATE Film Festival.
Friday May 25, the Poetry and Prose Project will celebrate the words of Arizona author Edward Abbey as well as feature the words of two local poets, Rachel Polen and Tim Young. Poetry and Prose Project shows have been so successful recently promoters were left wondering how they could top the next event.
Saturday, May 26 has Latin-reggae-rock band Fayuca making a tour stop in Cottonwood. Fronted by originating, member Gabo Fayuca, Phoenix-based Fayuca shifts through genres while blending modern-reggae melodies with Latin percussion, tied seamlessly by razor guitar riffs and progressive rock breakdowns.
As part of the Sedona Community Center’s “Memorable Memorial Day Celebration,” enjoy “Larry’s Cabaret Show,” created by and starring Larry Rosenberg, to be performed Friday, May 25, 12:30 p.m., at the Sedona Community Center, West Sedona.
It often happens that a movie will be made with a number of big name stars that make it very attractive, but the appeal ends with the cast list. The story or the production may be poor all around.
Bella Vita is celebrating Sedona evenings with a fresh line-up of musical talent Wednesday through Sunday each week.
Happy Father’s Day from Rowe Fine Art Gallery. In May, the gallery honored the moms in our lives, and this month it’s all about dear ol’ dad.
The Sedona Poetry Slam bring high-energy, competition spoken word to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre for the “Last Chance Slam” on Saturday, May 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Martin Hardy’s art embraces an art venue that not many of us have mastered.
The National Theatre of London continues its season with its acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” showing in Sedona on Sunday, May 27, at 4 p.m. The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre.