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Act One Named Finalist for Governor’s Arts Award

Act One is one of three finalists in the Arts in Education Organization category for the Governor’s Arts Award, Arizona’s…

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Act One President & CEO Honored as One of 25 ‘Outstanding Women in Business’ by Phoenix Business Journal

Act One, Arizona’s leading charitable organization dedicated to providing access to the arts through student-focused programming and educator resources, announced…

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Theatrical Science Bursts Onto the Stage at Act One Field Trip

The lights in the theater of Chandler Center for the Arts dimmed. More than 500 excited voices hushed to a…

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Arizona Foothills Magazine features Act One

Arizona Foothills Magazine  featured Act One recently. Thanks to author Kylie Warren for a great article! AZ Giving: Act One…

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Birdies for Charity Let You Support Act One

For many Arizonans, the Waste Management Phoenix Open is a highlight of the year in sports. What many may not…

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Mario Romero Features Act One in Video

Check out this video interview Mario Romero from Romero & Co., The Melcher Agency did with Act One president and…

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December Culture Pass Hot Tickets in Metro Phoenix

The holidays are upon us, and with them come out-of-town guests and time off with family and friends. It’s a…

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Act One Seeks Grants Officer

Act One is seeking a Grants Officer who wants to be a part of a small team that makes a…

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Act One’s Geri Wright featured in Modern Luxury Scottsdale

Modern Luxury Scottsdale featured Geri Wright, Act One’s president and CEO, in its December magazine and lauded her as an…

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Theater Adventure Takes Elementary Students to Amazon Rainforest

Theater takes the audience on a journey, and students from Pima Community College’s theater program transported more than 700 elementary…

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