Entertainment in Sedona
Sedona Film Festival & Studio Live Sedona
May 29th – June 3rd, 2012
This week things kick off at Studio Live Sedona on Thursday, May 31st, when two dynamic performers, Bob Lind and Danny O’keefe, take to the stage. Then on Saturday, June 2nd, Singer/Songwriter Jane Siberry will have the audience mesmerized with her hauntingly beautiful music.
The Sedona International Film Festival will be screening two films this week: ‘We Have a Pope’ & “This Is Not a Film” starting today, May 29th and running through until June 1st, at the Mary D.Fisher Theatre. The Sedona Film Festival will also be presenting Cinema Under the Stars featuring a concert and the film “An American in Paris” – Musicals Under the Moon at the Tequa Marketplace on Sunday, June 3rd.
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Studio Live Sedona is pleased to present singer/songwriter Jane Seberry at the Mary D.Fisher Theatre. More than twenty years after her first musical release, Jane Siberry has become renowned both for her hauntingly beautiful music and for her strength as a creative, innovative artist. With eleven major recordings, three poem books, her own independent label, and the acclaim of fans and peers alike, Siberry continues to redefine and challenge herself as one of contemporary music’s most original creative voices. Jane’s refusal to follow fads, trends and fashions has been her signature from the earliest days of her musical career.
For more information on these Sedona events please visit Studio Live Sedona.
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‘We Have a Pope’ & “This Is Not a Film”
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“An American in Paris” – Musicals Under the Moon
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present “Cinema Under the Stars — Musicals Under the Moon” at Tequa featuring the Academy Award-winning, rousing crowd-pleaser “An American In Paris”. There will be one screening of the film outdoors at the Tequa Marketplace courtyard in the Village of Oak Creek. A live concert performance compliments of the Sedona Performing Arts Alliance and Studio Live will kick off the evening at 6:30 pm. Come early, bring lawn chairs and blankets and celebrate music and the movies at the festival’s first outdoor film of the summer season. “An American In Paris” will follow the concert at dusk. For more information please visit the Sedona International Film Festival.