Greater Phoenix Performing Arts
The Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area features a culturally rich performing arts scene that thrill audiences with an almost endless number of live shows thoughout the year. azTeen offers this list to the convenience of teenagers in the Valley of the Sun.
Arizona Musicfest presents the premier winter music festival in the
Southwest. Every year, from early February to mid-March, Musicfest
brings "Carnegie Hall quality right to your backyard. Located
in Carefree Arizona just north of Scottsdale.
Arizona Women's Theatre
The arizona women's theatre company is a non-profit theatre, producing
work that reveals women's lives and documents women's experiences. AZWTC
provides an innovative forum for women's voices. Located in the heart
of Old Scottsdale in the charming Stable Galleria Arts Complex.
Located on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University, ASU Gammage is among the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. It is the home theater of M&I Bank Across America – Arizona and New Times Beyond Broadway, sponsored by American Express. ASU Gammage is an historic hall designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Ballet Arizona is an innovative and provocative professional ballet
company that creates, performs, and teaches outstanding classical
and contemporary ballet. The company is dedicated to preserving and
celebrating classical dance while creating and commissioning new
innovative works. Located in Phoenix.
Palm Dinner Theatre
Broadway Palm presents full-length Broadway productions featuring
professional actors and musicians. The buffet dinner presentation
features a full salad bar, five entree items, and a lavish dessert
selection. The Broadway Palm also offers cocktail service, an art
gallery and a specialty gift shop. Located in Mesa, east of
Jazz In Arizona
Jazz is America's original art form and is unique in its spontaneity
through improvisation. In cooperation with the Kerr Cultural Center in
Scottsdale we promote a minimum of twelve concerts yearly, host twelve
parties for members and guests, and co-sponsor events all over the
Valley and beyond.
Chamber Music Society
The Phoenix Chamber Music Society is celebrating its 47th season with a
series of eight concerts at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts. The
world's greatest chamber musicians have appeared on our stage: the
Guarneri, Tokyo, and Emerson Quartets and the Praque and Moscow
The Phoenix Symphony
The 75-member Phoenix Symphony presents an annual season from
September through May, featuring classical and pops concerts in
downtown Phoenix, along with a variety of symphonic and community
presentations in Scottsdale, in Prescott, and throughout central
Arizona. The Symphony serves more than 300,000 people annually,
with 275 concerts and presentations.
the Performing Arts
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is one of the leading arts
presenters in the Southwest, offering an exceptional array of arts
and cultural programming. Approximately 200 performances, festivals
and events are showcased annually.
Desert Stages Theatre
The best li'l theatre in downtown Scottsdale! This award-winning theatre
offers children's, mainstage and small-cast professional productions -
all in an ideal setting. In its 12th season, this year-round theatre
is well-known for its high-quality entertainment that appeals to a
variety of ages and musical tastes. Dinner packages available.
Stagebrush Theatre - the best-kept secret in Scottsdale! Stagebrush
Theatre is home to Scottsdale Community Players and Greasepaint
Scottsdale Youtheatre. As the oldest non-profit theatre in
Scottsdale, we pride ourselves on performing a variety of high
quality shows each season including musicals, dramas, comedies,
fairy tales and holiday programs.