December performances at Studio Live

December in Sedona is filled with live performances not to be missed. With shows being held at Studio Live, the Mary D. Fisher Theatre and the Sedona Performing Arts Center; The Sedona Performing Arts Alliance continues to put Northern Arizona on the map as a destination to experience live performances.

Upcoming shows include:

• 11/30/12 David Wilcox (Studio Live) -

Considered a 'songwriter's songwriter', David Wilcox's songs have been covered by artists such as k.d. lang and many others.

• 12/1/12 Poetry Slam (Studio Live)

Hosted by Christopher Fox Graham, all poets are welcome to compete for the $75 grand prize and $25 second-place prize.

• 12/8/12 Our Voices Are Alive: Women For Women, A Benefit Concert (Studio Live) -

Enjoy an intimate evening with local female singer songwriters: Adalia Tara, Sophia Angeles, Kayt Pearl, Adara, Cara Marie and Summer Cygel. All proceeds benefit the Verde Valley Sanctuary, bring an wrapped new toy and receive $5 admission.

• 12/10/12 The Diamonds (Sedona Performing Arts Center)

The "Silver Bells & Diamonds" Doo-Wop Christmas Musical Spectacular, part of the Live @ SPAC Concert Series.

• 12/15/12 DanceSpirit Winter Showcase (Studio Live) -

Featuring performances by local students from the DanceSpirit school of dance.

• 12/22/12 Christmas for Kids with Chuck Cheesman (Mary D. Fisher Theatre) -

Give your child the gift of music this holiday season! Celebrate with children's songwriter Chuck Cheesman at this matinee performance.

For more information please contact the Sedona Performing Arts Alliance/Studio Live at (928)282-0549. Tickets are available online at www.studiolivesedona.com or at the Studio Live box office located at 215 Coffeepot Drive in West Sedona.

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