As Phoenix art centers continue to reopen, new shows and new art are coming to town.

After shifting to outdoor performances on a new outdoor stage, The Phoenix Theatre Company will hold its final outdoor show before returning productions to its mainstage indoors next month.

Broadway may still be paused nationwide, but The Madison Center for the Arts in Scottsdale will have several theatrical and Broadway productions that kick off in May.

Phoenix Art Museum has launched a new program to celebrate the nurses, hospital personnel, teachers, EMTs, paramedics and firefighters who have given so much of themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s are some art events coming to metro Phoenix in May.

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Frank Sinatra tribute at Phoenix Theatre Company

“My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” is the final show

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Silhouette’s outgoing Editor-in-Chief Isa Diaz discusses her organization’s mission of artistic inclusivity on Virginia Tech’s campus, the obstacles her staff has faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, how she uses literary art to communicate to others, and her visions for the magazine’s digital future. As she prepares to pass the torch onto the next editor-in-chief and transition into her director of social events role, Diaz reflects on how Silhouette has helped her identify a leadership style that she can apply to planning community engagement events next year. 

 Collegiate Times (CT): What is your year, major and a career goal of yours?

 Isa Diaz (ID): I’m a junior studying creative writing. I plan on adding a minor in cinema. It’s my career goal to write screenplays and maybe eventually come back to teach at a university.

 CT: When did you get involved in Silhouette? Why did you choose to join in the

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Therese Gaughan MacKinnon enlisted in the Army in 1989 because it seemed like the best option for her  at the time.

After taking time off to complete her military training, MacKinnon was enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as a dance and music major. A classically trained pianist, she dreamed of going to New York City and becoming a full-time musician. But midway through her fall semester, her idyll was shattered.

Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990, and the United States, along with the United Kingdom, France, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, rushed to Kuwait’s aid and expelled the Iraqi forces in what became known as the Gulf War.

MacKinnon was called to duty, which she immediately answered. Setting aside her studies, she deployed to the Persian Gulf. When she returned two years later, her university told her that since she had missed out on so much, including her

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