® the scene Winter 08 ® 700 W. R io Sa l a do Pa r k way, Tem pe, A r izona 85281 Jan. 25-April 18, 2008 t h e s ce n e Mercy: Winter 08 A Roy Orbison Pilgrimage G a lle ry Dallas entrepreneur Glen Agritelley shares the world's largest private collection of Orbison memorabilia, spanning four de- cades of the development of his music, persona and influence. Feb. 10-March 9, 2008 Mercy: A Roy Orbison Pilgrimage "Goodnight Moon" Saturdays & Sundays , The ater GoodNight Moon For 60 years, children have been snuggled into bed with a nightly reading of the comforting rhyme that is "Goodnight Moon." This most charming piece of nursery nonsense translates with ease You're A Good Man Charlie Brown into a musical delight. You're a Good Man Feb. 15-24, 2008 be part of the scene Charlie Brown Stu d io It’s the Peanuts gang in a musical day-in-the-life of Charlie Brown. Charlie, Lucy, Schroeder, Sally, Linus and Snoopy jump right off the famous comic strip onto the stage in this fast-paced, light- hearted musical sure to delight audiences of all ages. ® Activities & Opportunities AROUND TEMPE ® the scene Winter '08 Gallery at TCA Exhibitions Library galleries 3500 S. Rural Road 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway Childsplay Tempe Little Theatre Post Office exhibitions Connections Café Paper Cup Exchange It's a Small World 500 S. Mill Ave. Jan. 11 - April 9 Join the TCA Gallery staff for an informal GoodNight Moon You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown discussion and idea exchange with exhib- Saturdays & Sundays; Feb. 10 - March 9 Feb. 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24 Robot Mania This exhibition features the work of Keith iting artists and guest speakers. Coffee Jan. 11 - April 9 Stanton and Ernie Button, who bring and light refreshments are provided. TCA Theater TCA Studio This exhibition features scientific and miniature toys and images to life in their humorous work that examines outer expressive photographs. Feb. 14 Parents around the world have read this Good Grief! It's a musical day-in-the- space, aliens and artificial intelligence Celebrate a "Dream Baby" Valentine's bedtime story to their little ones for 60 life of Charlie Brown as Charlie, Lucy, which have been topics of public fascina- Folded Together Day with your special sweetheart at a Roy Through Jan. 9 years and now the ritual is reimagined as Schroeder, Sally, Linus and Snoopy jump tion for years. Orbison-inspired dance night. Sponsored Rachel Wilson and a delightful piece of musical theatre. As off of the famous comic strip onto the by Friends of Tempe Center for the Arts Element Helen Rowles seek to and Burge & Associates. Bunny says goodnight to everything in the stage. Join the beloved gang as it shares Through Jan. 9 show change dealing Great Green Room, all the elements come its hops and dreams and a few laughs at This exhibition highlights four artists with nature and the March 13 natural cycle of life. Photo courtesy of Barbara Orbison/Photographer: Sheila Rock. to life on stage in this delightful musical. Charlie Brown's expense. interpreting the four elements of earth, Learn about the TCA's public art pieces air, fire, air and water. The artists use color and the artists who created them. and texture to bring A Tribute to Roy Orbison A Tale of Two Cities http://www.tempelittletheatre.org/ meanings together. Saturdays & Sundays; March 16-April 6 City Hall Gallery Events "Roadie" screening TCA Studio 31 E. Fifth St. Lower Level Gallery Hans Christian Andersen Tempe Symphony Orchestra 8 p.m., Jan. 24 Tempe Symphonic Art With A Cause Feb. 7 - May 1 Feb. 25 - Mezzo-soprano Jenny Armendt TCA Theater A brand new adaptation of Dickens' classic Wind Ensemble Through April 4 The world of Danish writer Hans Christian (pictured) returns for a performance of tale of love and hate, war and peace, re- Royal Chicano Air Andersen, famous for his fairy tales, is Aaron Copland's Old American Songs, A screening of the film "Roadie" (1980) fea- venge and redemption during the chaos of Force/United Farm shared in this exhibition. Great American Masterworks Set 2, at 7:30 p.m. at Boyle Auditorium, tures the music of Roy Orbison. Presented the French Revolution. This is a tale of the Workers posters McClintock High March 11 by ASU’s Center for Film, Media and Popu- past and today, of rich and poor, of friend- (on loan from Xico, Animal Instinct School, 1830 E. Del TCA Theater Inc.) that announced Through Feb. 3 Rio Drive. The sym- lar Culture, city of Tempe and Tempe Center ship and animosity, of the power of love to dances, strikes, boy- This family-oriented exhibition features phony also will per- for the Arts. Free, tickets are required. redeem and the power of hate to destroy. The wind ensemble presents an evening cotts and traditional two- and three-dimensional animals with form Ballet Music of outstanding music written by con- ceremonies in sup- special emphasis on work that is fun, from “Le Cid” by http://childsplayaz.org/ port of Cesar Chavez colorful and kid-friendly. Jules Massenet and Roy Orbison Tribute concert temporary American composers. World and the United Farm Grand Canyon Suite renown clarinet soloist Dr. Robert Spring, Workers are on display. Additionally, the Second Floor Gallery by Ferde Grofé. 8 p.m., Jan. 25 A Ludwig Dance of Arizona State University, will perform. saga of Cesar Chavez in Arizona: from his Tempe Union High School District: Art 7 Free, non-ticketed TCA Theater protest fast in 1972 to his honorary degree March 23 - April 19 event. Glass Blocks/Steel Bars http://www.tswe.org/ from ASU are featured. Tempe's best and brightest young artists The Truly Lover Trio performs songs by Roy March 6-9 share their lives and perspectives Art Connections Café - Artists join mod- Orbison and the Herberger String Quartet TCA Studio through a broad array of artwork in this erator Rebecca Akins for a lively discus- performs Kim Scharnberg's world pre- annual exhibition. sion about art and café exhibitions from miere of "Suite on Tunes by Roy Orbison." Choreographer Ann Ludwig, Videographers Noon to 1 p.m. at the Connections Café 2007 Senior Art Show in the Public Library, 3500 S. Rural Road. Presented by ASU’s Center for Film, Media Nancy Happel and Tom Eldridge, Writer Ro- Through Jan. 25 and Popular Culture, city of Tempe, and berta Burnett, Attorney Laurie Herman and This annual exhibition showcases work Schedule Be part of the scene, the Tempe Center for the Arts. Free. Tick- the company join for this dance project. by seniors enrolled in five city-sponsored March 20 - Miniature toy photographs join the Friends today, visit recreational arts programs. Artists show from the Connections Café exhibition ets are required. work in oil, acrylic, water color, colored with local artists Keith Stanton and http://www.aludwigdance.org/ www.tempe.gov/arts/friends.htm Cultural Services programs are sup- pencil and other drawing media. http://www.asu.edu/clas/filmcenter Ernie Button. ported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the State of For information on other scheduled TCA Tickets & Showtimes Box Office Hours Dates and shows are subject to change. Arizona and the National Endowment Exhibitions and events are free. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday - Friday Schedules are subject to change. events, visit our calendar at: for the Arts. Online: http://www.tempe.gov/tca Noon - 5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday Accessibility - The Tempe Center for the Arts www.tempe.gov/arts/events/ Box Office: 480-350-2TCA (2822) Performance days - Open: earliest of noon or provides a variety of accessible services 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway two hours prior to curtain. Close: the later of and accommodations. Call 480-350-2883 to Tempe, AZ 85281 5 p.m. or after intermission of the last show. make arrangements in advance.