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Attending theatres in Phoenix keeps us in touch with live performances in this digital age. They combine traditions and contemporary innovation both in production and presentation of plays in Phoenix and other performing arts.
Let's check out what’s trending at the top in theatres in Phoenix. The legendary Orpheum Theatre is the place for national tours. Its amazing oeuvre includes sugary acts like Legally Blonde - The Musical or old comedies like The Dollop. Prescott Friends of Arizona Opera promises luxury bus trips to watch its performance in Phoenix. There could be educational trips, great artists’ meet with amateurs and theatre karaoke from Arizona Theatre Company. Dinner theatre is another unique concept that makes fine dining a dramatic event. Your appetite will soar with these live plays in Phoenix. There are lunchtime and sunset theatre too!
Then there are live shows nearby. They could be anything like contemporary English classical sensation Sarah Brightman; The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra’s magical medley of opera and ballet; American rap from JUVENILE 400 Degrees. You can enjoy inspirational shows like the Desert Dance Theatre’s “Sister Moses: The Story of Harriet Tubman,” by Central High School Black Students’ Union. It captures a certain era in American history through high drama, dance, and music.
Some of the live theatre in Phoenix have a social cause. The Phoenix College, Bulpitt Auditorium hosts award-winning best shows like ‘Black Women Walking’ that has won "Best Play" in Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. A part of its proceeds goes towards the costs for Phoenix College to attend the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Annual Convention.
Phoenix performing arts are the perfect enlightening and entertaining way to spend weekends and weekday leisure time. Family time is best spent watching Broadway shows in Phoenix. There are discounts for students, groups and many more offers. Top selections could be remakes of classics like ‘Taming of the Shrew’ by the Southwest Shakespeare Co or something like the Magical Broadway Theatre that allow young talents of grades K-12 to attend the rehearsals of musical production.
Initiate your young ones into trendsetting music, improv, dance and drama of theatres in Phoenix. Help them discover their creative opportunities with top performing arts school and centers. Valley Youth Theater offers educational field trips with all its shows. There are seasonal events like three-days of WINTER MIX acting, dancing and filmmaking workshop organized by Acting for Dancers and Inspire Dance TV! This is an opportunity for new talents to interact with the greenhorns. The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Audition – Phoenix by The School of Ballet Arizona is a summer program.
Film buffs also have their full share of shows. There are special shows like the ‘Being John Malkovich’ from PHX Film Collective, held at Changing Hands Bookstore on the 20th anniversary of this famous film. These could include retrospectives of a particular era like ‘The EAGLE ’, an ode to silent films. This period drama was combined with a live contemporary performance by world-renowned organist Brett Valliant. The best time of year for the film fraternity is of course during the Phoenix film festival. Learn more about Phoenix theatre events on AllEvents.in
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