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  • EXIT Theatre @ Metro Arts

    1700 N. Seventh Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Fifth Street

    N. 5th St & E Garfield St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • The Funk Lab

    1007 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Gallery Serendipity

    1023 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Great Arizona Puppet Theater

    Great Arizona Puppet Theater

    302 W. Latham St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-262-2050 Great Arizona Puppet Theater is a non-profit professional puppet theater that was founded in 1983 as a touring company. And if you think that means the company has a lot of history, you should hear about the building in which they're housed. Built in 1929, the beautiful Phoenix LDS 2nd Ward Church features Spanish Colonial style architecture and was designed by the famed architectural team of Burton and Pope. The theater bought the building in 1996 – after the public saved it from demolition and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places – and spent years reconstructing it before opening it as a performance space. It's a great place for a child's birthday party but you don't need to wait for a good reason to pop your head it to admire the decorative ceiling panels that were carefully restored by a muralist/scene painter. More >>

  • Herberger Theater Center

    Herberger Theater Center

    222 E. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-254-7399 Various resident troupes (including Arizona Theatre Company, Ballet Arizona and Actors Theatre of Phoenix) share time with touring companies and special bookings on the two stages (capacities: 815 and 284) at this plush facility. More >>

  • Herberger Theater Center Performance Outreach Theater

    Herberger Theater Center Performance Outreach Theater

    222 E. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Indie ArtHouse

    Indie ArtHouse

    1504 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • ITheatre Collaborative

    ITheatre Collaborative

    1745 W. Rovey Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-347-1071 This thought-provoking and well-tuned community troupe brings consistently affordable and high-quality theater. They also offer classes, workshops, and forums that are open to the public about theater and performance. They recently launched a unique series of drama workshops aimed at boosting the self-esteem of Arizona teenagers at a local homeless shelter, helping dozens of at-risk teens about acting, improvisation, and performance. More >>

  • John Paul Theater at Phoenix College

    John Paul Theater at Phoenix College

    1202 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013

  • John Paul Theatre

    John Paul Theatre

    1202 W. Thomas Phoenix, AZ 85013

  • Kendall Hall Theatre

    1875 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Merge Poetry Journal

    Outside 515 Gallery Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Metropolitan Arts Institute

    1700 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Nearly Naked Theatre

    Nearly Naked Theatre

    100 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-274-2432 The “naked” in nearly naked doesn't refer to the actors' state of dress, but rather to the nakedness of the theater itself. This not-for-profit group of local artists, actors, writers and more aim to strip theater of the pressure to conform leaving just the essentials. The black box theater troupe feeds on providing Valley theater-goers with thought-provoking, at times risque, shows such as Spring Awakening, the Great American Trailer Park Musical and Hurly Burly. Damon Dering, the troupe's founding artistic director, is an Arizona native who wanted to break out of the viscous cycle of same-old-same plays and inability to push the boundaries. He founded Nearly Naked Theater with two friends and for years they bounced around from theater to theater, facing censorship for their content. Now you can find them as the resident troupe of the Phoenix Theater Little Theater and we're happy this colorful troupe finally has a place to call their own. More >>

  • New City Studio

    New City Studio

    812 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • Orpheum Theatre

    Orpheum Theatre

    203 W. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-534-5600 Originally opened in 1929 as a vaudeville house and saved for posterity by a preservation movement that began with the Orpheum's purchase by the City of Phoenix in 1984, this gracious facility reopened in early 1997 to great -- and warranted -- fanfare. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the building has a checkered past that includes stints as a member of the Paramount moviehouse chain, a Spanish-language cinema and a rock venue. The remodeled interior is lush and classic, a showy, almost campy, assuredly unlikely mix of Colonial Revival and Spanish baroque that somehow works. The ethereal-cloudscape-on-the-ceiling projection is pretty darned keen, too. The 1,400-capacity hall is home to a plethora of arts-slanted special events and touring shows. More >>

  • Phoenix Boys Choir Hall

    1131 E. Missouri Phoenix, AZ 85014

  • The Phoenix Center Youth Theatre

    The Phoenix Center Youth Theatre

    1202 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Phoenix Dance Academy

    1509 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85015

  • Phoenix Symphony

    Phoenix Symphony

    1 N. 1st St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2357

  • Phoenix Theatre

    Phoenix Theatre

    100 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Phoenix Theatre

    Phoenix Theatre's Little Theatre

    100 E. McDowell Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-254-2151 Originally founded in 1920 as the Phoenix Players, the Phoenix Theater is not only the oldest arts organization in the state but also one of the oldest in the country. Before finding permanent home the Players performed at schools and in backyards and in 1924 were offered the Heard family's old coach house on Central and McDowell. It was then renamed the Phoenix Little Theater. Nowadays at that same location you'll find the thriving center of the city's arts and cultural area including the Phoenix Art Museum and Phoenix Library. The Phoenix Little Theater was renamed the Phoenix Theater in 1981and in 2006 the city made plans for millions of dollars in renovations to the facilites. Not that the changes will be able to get rid of the band of dramatic ghosts who are rumored to haunt the performance space. More >>

  • Playhouse on the Park

    Playhouse on the Park

    1850 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-254-2151 x 4

  • Por Vida Gallery

    Por Vida Gallery

    2800 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

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