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  • AMC Theatres

    565 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2136

  • Arizona Curriculum Theater Inc

    1022 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Aside Theatre

    901 N. 5th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Black Theatre Troupe Center for the Performing Arts

    Black Theatre Troupe Center for the Performing Arts

    1333 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-258-8129 The Black Theater Troupe Center for the Performing Arts includes a 145-seat theater and was built to meet the specific needs of the troupe -- with large space for rehearsing musicals and office space for day-to-day operations. It also sits just around the corner from Eastlake Park, a site of significance for the troupe since the park, formerly known as Patton Park, was once one of the only places in the Southwest where the races were able to mix. Funding for the building came from a $2.5 million bond the troupe received in 2006 to build a performance space, as well as an incubation program for smaller arts programs. The troupe therefore houses other troupe within the building rent-free for a year. More >>

  • The Brickhouse Theater

    The Brickhouse Theater

    1 E. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2443

  • Copperstate Dinner Theater

    7701 W. Paradise Lane Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Copperstate Dinner Theater

    3801 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034-1711

  • Harkins Theatres

    5707 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015

  • Orange Theatre

    605 E. Grant St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Orange Theatre

    1711 W. Culver St. Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • 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 >>

  • Soul Invictus Gallery & Cabaret

    Soul Invictus Gallery & Cabaret

    1022 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    N/A While the front portion of this Grand Avenue favorite serves as an art gallery, the back area is a spacious music venue and theatre. An large stage provides a performance zone for rock acts, various Valley theater groups, and performance artists. Patrons take in the onstage action while sipping coffee and soda at several small tables scattered around the joint. More >>

  • Stand Up Live

    Stand Up Live

    50 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    480-719-6100 Comedy and cocktails are classic combination. Depending on the night's talent, sometimes you want a drink and sometimes you need a drink. But considering the host of big names at CityScape's Stand Up Live, you'll probably go with the former. Owned by next door live music purveyors Copper Blues, Stand Up Live takes a cue from its boozier neighbors with a long list of drink options including beer, wine and liquor in a cool, dark, theatre setting. Don't expect to see the bar for yourself, though. Friendly, whispering servers come to each of the venue's tables and quietly take orders, as not to accidentally heckle the comedians on stage. Then, they head to a back room where drinks are mixed and classily brought out on serving trays. Quick service and quality selection make Stand Up Live an easy venue to reach the two drink minimum. More >>