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San Tan Valley resident in Phoenix Theatre Company's 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

See it now through April 28, based on the book by Douglas McGrath. Tickets start at $55 and student rush tickets are available one hour before the show. Students with a valid ID can get tickets for $15.Previous 1 / 3 Photo courtesy of Dustin Leighton Now through April 28, guests will get the chance to watch the incredible story of Carole...

See it now through April 28, based on the book by Douglas McGrath. Tickets start at $55 and student rush tickets are available one hour before the show. Students with a valid ID can get tickets for $15.

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Now through April 28, guests will get the chance to watch the incredible story of Carole King unfold through her music in Phoenix Theatre Company's production of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.

Based on the book by Douglas McGrath, the musical, directed by Micheal Barnard and Kevin White, has received the stamp of approval from King herself.

As stated on Phoenix Theatre Company’s website, the production follows King’s story “from young songwriter to Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.” The audience will get to enjoy classics such as “You’ve Got a Friend,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” “Natural Woman” and more.

“The story is really about a girl who loves music,” said San Tan Valley resident Jacqueline Castillo, who plays Shirelle, Janelle and Ensemble in the production. “When we first see Carol she is 16 years old and it’s amazing to be able to share with our audiences her brilliance, especially at such a young age.”

For Castillo, who is also co-founder and president of United Colours of Arizona Theatre, theater has been a part of her life for as long as she can remember. She's had the opportunity to professionally perform in a variety of shows with Phoenix Theatre Company.

Hired from all over the country, the cast of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical brings together the best of the best.

“It’s not a huge spectacle in the way that 'Wicked' or 'The Wizard of Oz' is. The spectacle from this is the music,” Castillo said. “The directing is so clever in that the story has a really good rhythm to it and I think that’s something that will surprise audiences… They’re going to be moving and grooving in their seats and will probably realize they know the words to almost all of the songs even though they might not know a lot about Carole King.”

Castillo's character, Janelle, is an amalgamation of different women that entered the lives of Gerry Goffin and King. The fictional character pulls together all of these different attributes from a variety of women, putting them in one character to simplify the story. She’s a singer and performer that they’re big fans of who agrees to sing some of their music on television.

“There’s a line in the show that tickles me every time because it feels so silly today. The line is ‘girls don’t write music, they teach it,’ and I feel some of this story is very much about her overcoming that. She shows the world what she could do not just as a songwriter, but also as a singer,” said Castillo.

A lot of the time, stories are told where the people who are actually involved in the story either don’t want it to be told or don’t like the way that it’s portrayed. In this case, King was able to see the director's vision and liked how her story was told.

“To know that the person who lived this life enjoys the way that this story has been told is really important to me as a performer,” Castillo said.

She hopes that the audience will not only walk away having enjoyed some beautiful, nostalgic music, but also with a feeling of hope and fearlessness.

“I feel like everyone is a little bit fearless in one area of their lives when they're 16 years old. As you get older, the world and society kind of grind that out of you,” said Castillo. “Years later as adults we’re trying to learn how to be fearless again and figure out how do I make that 16-year-old version of me proud of who I am right now? The story is so strong.”

To see show times and purchase tickets for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, click here. Tickets start at $55 and student rush tickets are available one hour before the show. Students with a valid ID can get tickets for $15.

The Phoenix Theatre Company is located in downtown Phoenix, at 1825 N. Central Ave. For more information, visit phoenixtheatre.com.

Arizona Launches Free Electronic Tax Filing Through IRS and State Direct File Program

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is proud to announce the launch of a groundbreaking new service that promises to streamline the tax filing process for many Arizonans. Starting March 12, 2024, the IRS Direct File and Arizona's integrated state filing tool, ...

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is proud to announce the launch of a groundbreaking new service that promises to streamline the tax filing process for many Arizonans. Starting March 12, 2024, the IRS Direct File and Arizona's integrated state filing tool, FileYourStateTaxes, will be available, offering eligible taxpayers a complimentary method to file their federal and state tax returns electronically.

This innovative program is a significant stride towards simplifying the tax filing procedure, enabling taxpayers to file both their federal and state returns seamlessly and without any associated fees. Initially, this service will cater to a select group of eligible taxpayers, focusing on those with straightforward tax situations.

As the program kicks off this week, it undergoes its final testing phase, accessible 24/7 at directfile.irs.gov, although brief closures may occur if user capacity is exceeded. An important note for Arizona residents: those who benefited from the Arizona Families Tax Rebate in 2023 are ineligible for Direct File this year due to the need to report this income on a federal return with a 1099-MISC form.

Arizona joins an exclusive group of states in this pilot initiative, including New York, Massachusetts, and California. These states are pioneering a federal-state partnership to facilitate an integrated e-filing experience, with Arizona leveraging technology developed by Code for America to ensure a user-friendly, equitable service.

To qualify for this free service, filers must meet specific criteria, such as:

The platform is designed to support those wishing to claim common credits like the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit, provided they don't have self-employment income or received the Arizona Families Tax Rebate last year.

This initiative is not merely about convenience; it's a step toward making tax services more accessible and equitable, reducing the complexity and cost associated with tax filing. By offering an integrated solution for federal and state returns, Arizona is at the forefront of creating a more streamlined and stress-free experience for taxpayers.

For Arizonans, this means a simpler, faster, and cost-free way to fulfill their tax obligations, setting a precedent that could inspire a nationwide adoption in the future. To determine your eligibility or to start filing, please visit directfile.irs.gov or fileyourstatetaxes.org. Embrace this new era of tax filing and join Arizona in taking advantage of this innovative service.

Woman attacked with a hammer in San Tan Valley; suspect arrested

Authorities say a man involved in the assault of a woman in Pinal County has been taken into custody.The Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Patrick Wolfe hit the 81-year-old victim with a hammer on the night of Jan. 20 near .Court document details what allegedly happenedWe have obtained court documents in the case against Wolfe, which gave additional details on what happened.Documents state that PCSO was contacted on the afternoon of Jan. 20, with the caller reporting that Wolfe had attacked t...

Authorities say a man involved in the assault of a woman in Pinal County has been taken into custody.

The Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Patrick Wolfe hit the 81-year-old victim with a hammer on the night of Jan. 20 near .

Court document details what allegedly happened

We have obtained court documents in the case against Wolfe, which gave additional details on what happened.

Documents state that PCSO was contacted on the afternoon of Jan. 20, with the caller reporting that Wolfe had attacked their friend. By the time deputies arrived, Wolfe had left the area where the attack happened.

"[Name redacted] was observed to have a wound to the side of her head, and was bleeding," read a portion of the court documents. "[Name redacted] was later transported to Chandler Regional Hospital for further medical care to include surgery."

Investigators wrote that the suspect and his mother went to a home to look at horses when the incident happened.

On Sunday, the the truck was spotted at San Tan Regional Park. Deputies searched the area and found Wolfe in a vacant trailer.

Wolfe, according to the documents, is accused of three counts of aggravated assault and a count of theft of means of transportation. A secured appearance bond of $10,000 has been set for Wolfe by a judge.

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AZ man accused of attacking woman with hammer

A woman in the San Tan Valley area is in the hospital after she was hit in the head with a hammer. FOX 10's Marissa Sarbak reports.

The victim was initially listed in critical condition. We spoke with her son on Jan. 22, who identified her as 81-year-old Marcia Adado.

"She’s had a hard life," said Mark Bird. "She brought up three boys basically on her own, and she didn’t deserve this. She just simply didn’t deserve this."

Bird said Wolfe was the son of Adado's best friend. Bird also said the incident was entirely unprovoked.

"Evidently, there were no problems of any sort, and all of a sudden, her best friend's son walked into a barn, grabbed some sort of hammer, and without warning or anything else, just walked up and walloped my mother in the side of the head," said Bird.

Bird said his mother is out of critical condition but remains in the ICU.

"I talked to her for about two minutes," said Mark Bird. "She knows who I am. She knows my voice. She just is having a really hard time forming words."

Bird also said the doctors have told him that the next few days will be critical.

"She had brain bleeding and brain swelling, and of course it fractured pieces of her skull and sent it into her brain," said Bird.

Adado's family reportedly wants to fly to Arizona from Michigan to see her, but do not have the financial resources to do so. A GoFundMe has been set up to help with some of the expenses.

Meanwhile, Bird is hoping his mother will be able to make a full recovery.

"Trying to get the word out, that the craziness in the world has to be eradicated," said Bird.

Central Arizona College Students from San Tan Valley Achieve Academic Excellence

In a recent announcement that has brought pride to the local community, two exceptional students from the San Tan Valley campus of Central Arizona College (CAC) have been honored with inclusion in the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society All-Arizona Academic Team. This recognition is a testament to their academic achievements, leadership, and service, embodying the ethos that education's influence extends far beyond the confines of a classroom.Tiffany McClellan and Teresa Smith, both from the San Tan Valley campus, have demonst...

In a recent announcement that has brought pride to the local community, two exceptional students from the San Tan Valley campus of Central Arizona College (CAC) have been honored with inclusion in the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society All-Arizona Academic Team. This recognition is a testament to their academic achievements, leadership, and service, embodying the ethos that education's influence extends far beyond the confines of a classroom.

Tiffany McClellan and Teresa Smith, both from the San Tan Valley campus, have demonstrated remarkable dedication to their studies and their community, earning them spots on this prestigious team. Their stories highlight the diverse paths to success and the impact of community college education on individual lives and broader societal advancement.

Tiffany McClellan, a graphic design major, has harnessed her artistic talents and leadership skills to emerge as a standout student at CAC. Her ambitions reach beyond the academic realm, as she aims to leverage her education in strategic marketing and brand development. McClellan's involvement in campus activities, including her role in designing key college materials and her engagement with Phi Theta Kappa, showcases her commitment to her field and her community. Furthermore, her achievements in martial arts underscore her discipline and dedication to personal growth.

Teresa Smith, another San Tan Valley campus luminary, has her sights set on a nursing career, with plans to expand her impact through the ownership of group homes catering to the disabled community. Smith's entrepreneurial spirit and compassionate approach to her studies and extracurricular activities exemplify the qualities celebrated by the All-Arizona Academic Team. Her leadership within Phi Theta Kappa and her volunteer work reflect a profound commitment to service and excellence.

While the article focuses on these two remarkable students from San Tan Valley, it's important to acknowledge the achievements of their peers from other CAC campuses, such as Maritza Lopez, Sonja Elstad, Lillian Medrano, and Martha Meraz. Each has their unique story of academic and extracurricular success, contributing to the collective prestige of the All-Arizona Academic Team.

These students' accomplishments underscore the value of community colleges like CAC in fostering educational excellence and providing pathways to meaningful careers. As they progress to Arizona's state universities, thanks to scholarships and tuition waivers from the Arizona Board of Regents, their futures are bright, and their potential is limitless. The local community can take pride in these students, who not only excel academically but also dedicate themselves to making a positive impact in society. Their stories inspire current and future students, proving that hard work, dedication, and a passion for one's field of study can lead to great achievements and a promising future.

San Tan Valley residents air hopes and fears for incorporation at open house

San Tan Valley residents got their first opportunity to voice their concerns and desires regarding an ...

San Tan Valley residents got their first opportunity to voice their concerns and desires regarding an effort to incorporate the area as Arizona's newest city.

State of play: Opinions were mixed as board members from STV Inc. 2024 presented their first draft map of the proposed city boundaries to about 50 people at an open house Tuesday evening at San Tan Heights Community Center.

Catch up quick: STV Inc. 2024 hopes to refer an incorporation plan to the ballot next year.

Why it matters: Supporters say incorporation would give residents more control over local affairs, better services and more authority over their own tax revenue, which is collected and spent by the state and Pinal County.

What they're saying: "I think the people need to know what it's going to cost them," said resident Jerry Pierce.

Zoom in: Others who were more supportive of incorporation expressed concerns that their tax revenues are going to the county or neighboring Queen Creek, home to many of the businesses they patronize.

Meanwhile, one resident said San Tan Valley has the worst water in the area, and questioned whether an incorporated city would change that.

Between the lines: Some attendees' biggest concern with the proposed boundaries was they weren't within them.

What's next: STV Inc. 2024 will hold open houses on July 20 at the Pinal County Offices and Sept. 30 at San Tan Heights Community Center.

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