Monthly Archives: November 2012

Putting the ‘mock’ in democracy

Performing in Wickenburg the week of the Presidential Inauguration is a guarantee of up-to-the-minute satire from Capitol Steps!  No matter if your politics lean toward the left or right, blue or red, every politician is fair game to the acclaimed … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to Be a Civic Leader?

For the next four days, Shelby will be at Arizona Town Hall, discussing the topic of “Civic Leadership.” From November 25-29, a group of leaders from across Arizona will converge on the Talking Stick Resort to consider the question of … Continue reading

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy brings holiday magic to the stage

The coolest swing band on the road today, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy debuts at the Webb Center with their “Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party” concert on Thursday, November 29 at 7:30 pm. The show features one-of-a-kind holiday originals such as … Continue reading

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Vietnam novel comes to life on stage

The American Place Theatre from New York City returns to the Webb Center on November 16 at 7:30 pm with a one man adaptation of the novel “The Things They Carried.” Written by Vietnam veteran Tim O’Brien, the novel is … Continue reading

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African drummers thunder on Webb Center stage

One of the greatest percussion ensembles in the world, the Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi are a spectacle of music and dance. Full of energy, grace and pure athleticism, they hammer out compelling rhythms while leaping, dancing and singing … Continue reading

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s famous fan

Here’s a fun fact about Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Former President Bill Clinton played the band’s music aboard Air Force One! Clinton has been the most enthusiastic presidential fan, going on stage with the nine-piece ensemble and talking to its … Continue reading

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