Alyssa Di Raimondo looks beyond the audience during the dress rehearsal for "Three Sisters" on Nov. 5 at Tornabene Theatre. Di Raimondo is a sophomore at the University of Arizona, pursing a BFA in acting.
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Senior Hannah Peyton and sophomore Alyssa Di Raimondo converse as sisters in the play "Three Sisters" on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. This was the final practice before performing in front of an audience at Tornabene Theater.
Characters join in celebration during a scene of the play "Three Sisters" during a dress rehearsal on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. The play written by Anton Chekov was performed Nov. 7- Nov. 27 by BFA Acting and Musical Theatre students.
At the dress rehearsal for "Three Sisters" on Nov. 5, senior Hannah Peyton and sophomore Alyssa Di Raimondo embrace each other onstage at the Tornabene Theatre. Peyton and Di Raimondo play two of the three sisters mentioned in the title of the play.
Junior Patrick Ryan and senior Hannah Peyton look at each other affectionately during their last dress rehearsal on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. The who characters played by Ryan and Peyton are wrapped up in a love affair.
Junior Danny Milani and sophomore Clayton Lukens perform their scene together during the dress rehearsal of "Three Sisters" on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. The University of Arizona Theater students perform a modern adaptation of the play originally written by Anton Chekhov.
Junior Danny Milani and sophomore Clayton Lukens exchange gestures during a dress rehearsal for the University of Arizona's production of "Three Sisters" on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. Like all cast members, Milani and Lukens are both students within the BFA acting and musical theatre program.
Alex Simpson and Patrick Ryan engage in conversation during their scene together in the University of Arizona's "Three Sisters" dress rehearsal on Nov. 5 at the Tornabene Theatre. Simpson and Ryan are both juniors in the BFA musical theatre and acting program at the UA.
Junior Danny Milani and sophomore Grace Gebara grasp hands at the dress rehearsal for the University of Arizona's performance of "Three Sisters" at the Tornabene Theatre on Nov. 5. Both students are members of the Charles Darwin Experience, a UA improv group.
Sophomore Lucy Sieczka searches for a book inside of the University of Arizona Main Library on Nov. 10. The library contains over eight million print volumes, electronic books and journals in its collection, all of which are available for student rental.
An attendee votes for their favorite band by scanning a QR code with their phone. DUSK staff were on deck with information about the festival and free stickers.
The Basements claim their $1,000 prize after being announced as the winner of the 2021 Battle of the Bands. This was decided through an online voting process that attendees took place in.
Lead guitarist for The Basements jumps into the air during their high energy set. The Basements would later be announced as the winner of the Battle of the Bands.
Andre Joe, lead guitarist for the band Lo Blow, takes center stage during his solo. This band was formed by four Tucson locals and they have just finished touring across the country.
Matthew Muir sings his heart out during the band's final song. The band Lo Blow describes the music they create as “heavy-hitting melodic grunge, post-hardcore, inspired sounds”.
Local Mexican cuisine was available from the food truck, Plaza Eats, and always had a crowd of people around it, eager to order. Plaza Eats is a permanent food truck at Hotel Congress and serves selected favorites from the indoor restaurant, Cup Cafe.
Members of the band Mutual Friend rock out together as they play multiple instruments! This band was formed by friends who go to high school together.
The crowd overflows beyond the courtyard of Hotel Congress as the show continues into the night. The age of the audience members ranged from middle schoolers to senior citizens.
The lead guitarists of the Noah Martin Band join together to rock the stage with their performance. Noah Martin, the lead singer, released his debut album on October 15.
The crowd passes around the lead singer of The Basements after he jumped from the stage to celebrate his final song. The lead singer engaged the audience throughout their set with his lively dance moves.