Theater & Shows in New River


Club Night on Friday or Saturday for Two at El Parral (47% Off)

El Parral

Glendale

Dance club complete with table and bottle service, a full bar, and live music gets folks moving

$20 $11

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"Footloose," "42nd Street," "Harvey," or "Lombardi" at Desert Stages Theatre (Up to 50% Off)

Desert Stages Theatre

Downtown Scottsdale

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Rock ‘n’ roll riles a religious town; a Broadway ingenue tastes fame; a man befriends an imaginary rabbit; a legendary coach makes history

$21 $11

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Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre at Orange Tree Golf Resort on March 6–28 (Up to 33% Off)

Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre presents: "Ain't Afraid of No Ghost", "How to Murder a Millionaire", "Deadly Housewives", or "Get a Clue...or Die!"

Orange Tree Golf Resort

Murder mysteries inspired by Clue and Desperate Housewives turn audiences into detectives as they feast on a three-course meal

$97.47 $65

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Repticon Visit for Two Adults and Two Kids on March 7 or 8 at 10 a.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Repticon

Arizona State Fairground Wesley Bolin Building

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures’ behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

$30 $15

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Grand Canyon University's Spring Dance Concert for Two on Friday, April 17 or Saturday, April 18 (Up to 50% Off)

Spring Dance Concert

Ethington Theatre at Grand Canyon University

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Students present a semester’s worth of dance pieces built around the theme of the changing of the seasons

$24 $12

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"Menopause the Musical" for Two with Lunch or Dinner on March 7–26 (Up to 52% Off)

Menopause the Musical

The Palms Theatre

The musical—which makes light of chocolate binges, mood swings, and hot flashes—made its debut in March 2001 and includes a meal

$104 $53

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Local thespians Matt McAuley and Richard Vines banded together with the Dysart Community Education Department to conceptualize Ghostlight Theatre on the tenets of entertaining and educating the community with the dramatic arts. The theatre's live productions give members of the community an opportunity to flex their theatrical muscles through acting, designing costumes, and pursuing careers as prop trees. Meanwhile, Ghostlight Theatre’s summer camps prepare budding thespians aged 10–18 for their moments in the spotlight.
15550 N Parkview Pl
Surprise,
AZ
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Since 1986, Theater Works Peoria's mission has been to shower northwest suburban Phoenix with engaging entertainment, produced by members of their own community. Directors mount productions of Broadway plays and musicals, holiday classics, and adaptations from film, literature, and Bazooka bubblegum wrappers. A bevy of youth programs line up a parallel season of plays, workshops, and camps.
8355 West Peoria Avenue
Peoria,
AZ
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For 37 years, Marilyn's Academy of Dance has set shoulders and feet a-shimmy with a limb-limbering roster of fun classes. Fleet-footed pupils unveil their latent rhythmic prowess in a plethora of styles, involving disciplines drawn from hip-hop, tap, jazz, ballet, and MacGyver's second season. Classes meet once per week for four consecutive weeks and welcome dancers ages 3 to adult, creating a fun environment full of first-timers alongside more experienced movers. Along with 10–15 other greenhorns, learn how dancing can unlock inner vaults of self-expression, discipline, and the mechanics of movement before moving on to more advanced steps and sultry glares.
7420 W Cactus Rd
Peoria,
AZ
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At Stand-Up, Scottsdale! bellies ache from a rotating selection of nationally known comedians seen on Comedy Central and late-night talk shows. The intimate 180-person venue, where such local legends as David Spade got their start, beckons a cast of talented funny persons that changes regularly. Voted Best Comedy Club of 2012 by Arizona Foothills magazine, the ha-ha hot spot has recently hosted performances by noted names including Dana Carvey, Frank Caliendo, and Norm Macdonald. A full menu of pub-food appetizers and entrees keeps would-be hecklers otherwise occupied, and Wednesday evening open-mic nights allow rookie comics to test their mettle.
6820 E 5th Ave
Scottsdale,
AZ
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The rule of three is more than a spooky truth about celebrity deaths—it's also the body of law that governs comedic extemporaneity. In accordance with this rule, you'll laugh harder and be more attractive if you tell three, six, nine, and other multiples of three friends about today's deal to Jester'Z Improv Comedy Troupe. For $5, you get a ticket to see Jester'Z sidesplitting improvised comedy show on Friday or Saturday nights at 10 p.m.—that's less than the cost of a comedy movie, hardbound comedy book, or admission to the comedy museum in Cedar Falls. To avoid this common improv pitfall, print out this handy list of suggestions by clicking Print, located under the File menu in most browsers.
7117 E McDowell Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
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Based on scientific research that early exposure to the arts helps kids socially and academically, VOICES Studio conducts classes in all artistic areas for students of all ages and skill levels. The instructors—who possess extensive performing and training careers—work with each student individually as they guide them through myriad classes. VOICES Studio holds classes in disciplines that range from Acting and Comedy Improv to Musical Theatre, Piano, Guitar, and Singing.
16674 N 91st St, Bldg D, Ste 102
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
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