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222 E. Monroe, Phoenix, AZ 85004
  • Every single volunteer I've met here does this out of the graciousness of their own heart and makes you feel like you are at the best theater in the world
  • Of course, if you go on a weekend there is no charge for meters, so I'd recommend doing that

    • by leezee
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      Their web site says: experience the magic and they’re not kidding. A gorgeous theater, the type of place that you feel you should get dressed up for even if you’re simply seeing an afternoon Christmas play.

      I have probably been to over fifty performances here in the past five years. I’ve taken my children, friends, in-law’s. The setting is always just right. There is never a bad seat in the house.

      I can not say enough


      about their youth outreach program! As a mother of teens and an advocate for youth and their safety, and as a person who knows a little too much about abuse and neglect, this program goes above and beyond my expectations.

      Every single volunteer I’ve met here does this out of the graciousness of their own heart and makes you feel like you are at the best theater in the world. The performances are strong, whether you’re seeing a youth play,


      • a dance or a musical review, each is captivating.

        It’s probably the design of each stage and room, but the sound system is pretty spectacular too.

        The art gallery is spectacular too as it features a lot of local artists and their work.

        As with most downtown major cities, parking is always the biggest hassle. Here, they offer three dollar parking! Of course, if you go on a weekend there is no charge for meters, so I’d recommend doing that.

        When

        going, I would recommend a bit dressier attire as it seems most people that attend performances here dress to the hilt, perhaps as an expression of appreciation if nothing else.

        Another great aspect of the theater is often times the cast members of each performance will come out to the main entryway area and sign autographs, take pictures and just have a basic meet and greet session. They’re very accessible and my kids always cherished this part of each play they went to see.




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