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    Photo Courtesy of trampledbyturtles.com / Trampled by Turtles, a band composed of five artists, will perform at the Rialto Theatre on Monday. Trampled by Turtles has a unique bluegrass-esque sound. More »


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    Photos Courtesy of Lindsey Burlingame / “Mr. Marmalade,” a UA Studio Series production, will be playing this weekend. Simon Ridley will play Mr. Marmalade, and Keyanna Khatiblou will play Lucy. More »


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    Courtesy of UApresents / Bobby McFerrin will perform at Centennial Hall on Sunday. He is known for his “spirityouall” music. More »


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    Hi Fi, a restaurant by day and a club by night, had its grand opening on Thursday evening in downtown. There are only two Hi Fi restaurants in Arizona. More »


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    Photo Courtesy of Getty Images / The cast of “Fargo” discusses the new Fox show during the TCA Press Tour. “Fargo” is a new series on FX with an all-star cast. More »


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    Courtesy of Fairy Tale Review / Fairy Tale Review is edited by master’s students in the creative writing program at the UA. The 2013-2014 editorial board consists of (from left to right) Laura Miller, Erin Zwiener, Thomas Mira y Lopez, Katelyn Canez and Kate Bernheimer. More »


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    Stephanie Molina, a UA alumna, ’13, with degrees in creative writing and English, sits outside of Empire Pizza and Pub. More »


  • Disturbed kids, imaginary friends

    Posted 23 minutes ago

    If you want to know how disturbed a child is, just ask their imaginary friend. The play “Mr. Marmalade”, presented by the School of Theatre, Film and Television Studio Series, tests this statement, but also gives a glimpse at the questions behind it. Written by Noah Haidle and directed by UA adjunct professor Matt Bowdren, “Mr. Marmalade” will run this weekend only in the Harold Dixon Directing Studio, which is part of the UA Drama building in the Fine Arts complex on campus. The play creates a dark comedy out of some very heavy themes that mainly deal with emotionally disturbed children growing up in the modern world. The play’s protagonist, 4-year-old Lucy, sees some very grown-up things through the mind of Mr. Marmalade, her wild and drug-addicted imaginary friend. More »


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    Dave Franco and Christopher Mintz-Plasse visit with students on the UA Mall. More »