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  • ASU Music Theatre

    Mill Ave. and Gammage Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-6447

  • ASU Performing and Media Arts Building

    970 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-9011

    http://www.asu.edu

  • August Karaoke Box

    1301 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-788-6668

    If you don't already spend a lot of time listening to syrupy Chinese ballads as loud as local ordinances will allow, your first visit to August Karaoke Box might prove a little intimidating. From minimally soundproofed booths, exchange-student cliques speaking every Asian language will be singing an unplanned mash-up of J-Rock, K-Pop, and American Top 40. At the front desk, an inaudible attendant will ask you and your group how much time and which refreshments you want and point you to your own minimally soundproofed booth. Inside, your tech-savviest friend will navigate an enormous catalog that has been alphabetized by multiple competing, totally incompatible methods. English songs will look suspiciously like ripped and mislabeled YouTube videos. You are not August Karaoke Box's audience, as it turns out. But that unaffected indifference breeds the best kind of authenticity: You'll come out of your booth as bewildered and giddy as if you'd just daytripped to Tokyo, and excited that you'll only have to drive to Tempe to be bewildered again. More >>

  • Boyle Auditorium, McClintock High School

    1830 E. Del Rio Drive Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-839-4222

    http://www.tuhsd.k12.az.us/mhs/

  • Childsplay

    Childsplay

    900 S. Mitchell Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-921-5700

    http://www.childsplayaz.org Childsplay, founded in 1977, is a professional childrens theater company. The theater company founder David Saar recognized during his Master of Fine Arts studies that children could benefit in big ways from professional theater and after graduating, began performing in local classrooms. To this day Childsplay offers three annual touring productions that stop and perform at hundreds of schools throughout the state. In addition the company’s annual programming also includes nine months of in-house shows performed at the Tempe Center for the Arts. We love to take the kids to Childsplay, not only because we know the experience will leave them with a nice morals lesson, but also because it's fun for the adults as well. For more than three decades the company has offered history and even math and grammar lessons incorporated into shows presented by a talented professional troupe though their own interpretations of well-known stories and original plays written just for the Childplay troupe. More >>

  • Dance Studio Theatre

    551 E. Orange St. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-965-5029

    http://herberger.asu.edu

  • Empty Space Theater at ASU

    970 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Evelyn Smith Music Theatre

    40 E. Gammage Parkway Tempe, AZ 85287
    480-965-6536

    http://herberger.asu.edu

  • Experimental Dance Space

    51 E. 10th St. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-965-6447

    http://herberger.asu.edu

  • Flamenco! . . . The Studio

    Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-205-1658

    http://www.flamencothestudio.com Located near University & Mill in Tempe, Arizona 85281. By appointment only. More >>

  • Gammage Auditorium

    Gammage Auditorium

    1200 S. Forest Ave. Tempe, AZ 85287
    480-965-3434

    http://www.asugammage.com In 1957 then ASU President Grady Gammage called on famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright to help create a unique auditorium for the university. Originally Wright had the design that would eventually become Gammage Auditorium in mind for Baghdad, Iraq but ended up placing the opera house in Tempe instead. The 3,000-seat performance hall is 80 feet tall and measures 300 by 250 feet, flanked on either side by giant pedestrian bridges. The construction of the $2.46 million building – the only public building Wright designed in the state of Arizona – took 25 months and was completed in September 1964. The multifunctional auditorium can be used for opera, musical and dramatic productions, symphony concerts and lectures. And today, Arizona State University's Gammage is one of the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. More >>

  • Hayden Flour Mill

    119 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281

    http://www.tempe.gov/index.aspx?page=2344

  • Hello House

    Hello House

    1430 E. Williams St. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Katzin Concert Hall

    40 E. Gammage Parkway Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-965-3371

    http://music.asu.edu/facilities/katzin.php

  • LL2 Auditorium

    Language & Literature Building Tempe, AZ 85281

  • A Ludwig Dance Theatre

    142 E. Bonita Way Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-966-3391

    http://www.aludwigdance.org

  • Lyceum Theatre

    Lyceum Theatre

    901 S. Forest Mall Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-6447

    http://www.asu.edu/tour/tempe/lyc.html

  • Midtown Manhattan Actors Studio

    209 E. Baseline Road # E. - 107 Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-600-3898

  • Nelson Fine Arts Center

    Nelson Fine Arts Center

    51 E. 10th St. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-2787

  • Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

    Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

    51 E. 10th St. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-965-6447

    http://herberger.asu.edu

  • Prism Theater

    970 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-965-5337

    http://theatrefilm.asu.edu

  • Qwest Main Stage at Tempe Festival of the Arts

    Mill Ave. District Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-355-6060

    http://www.tempefestivalofthearts.com

  • Rayn Dance Center for the Arts

    1861 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-777-2322

  • The Space Music Studio

    2015 E. 5th St. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • Stray Cat Theatre

    132 E. 6th St. Tempe, AZ 85281-3733
    480-820-8022

    http://www.straycattheatre.org Stray Cat Theater gives fair warning to theater-goers that they're not afraid to say it all in order to push the boundaries of theatrical art. For the last ten years they've been forging ahead in the local theater scene, making their home at Tempe Center for the Arts. The indie theater troupe specializes in provocative theater that could be described as experimental or alternative, though they prefer not to be labeled the latter. It's a quirky, edgy and irreverent experience and they push themselves to explore the boundaries of theatrical possibility with every season. That means provoking, challenging and sometimes jolting the audience as well, by pushing them to experience live theater in a fresh, new way. The troupe aims to attract a younger audience with doses of cussing and sex that might offend an easily-offended crowd. And they don't back down from typically taboo topics. In past shows they've put the spot light on Scientology, Columbine and other sensitive material. More >>

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