Urban Tree Planting in Phoenix

The Central Park Phoenix Neighborhood decided to plant some much-needed shade in its historic neighborhood. I went to the site with a camera and put together a wrap on the event, complete with narration and an interview.

Unfortunately, due to my poor audio problems, I couldn’t publish this in any student media groups. That being said, for my very first video, I am proud of it! I can only improve from here on out. 🙂

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Curtain Critic: ATC’s ‘La Mancha’ lights up the Herberger

Image courtesy of Tim Fuller, Arizona Theatre Company

By the time the stage lights faded and the cast of “Man of La Mancha” gave their final bow, my cheeks hurt from smiling and my hands were numb from clapping.

The Arizona Theatre Company knocked it out of the park so well, the ball rocketed away to Wonderland, much like Don Quixote, the famous literary character at the core of this play. The “Man of La Mancha” begins when a poet-turned-tax-collector is thrown into a prison full of cynics who have been condemned by the Spanish Inquisition.

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