- One ticket to a play in Desert Stages Theatre’s 2014–15 season
- Where: Desert Stages Theatre
- Door time: 90 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees
- for general admission to Footloose through November 2 (up to value)
- $14 for reserved seating at Harvey, November 7–January 11 (up to $28 value)
- for general admission to 42nd Street, January 9–February 8 (up to value)
- $14 for reserved seating at Lombardi, January 23–March 15 (up to $28 value)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts.
- For an exposé on what Kenny Loggins songs and a hunk from Chicago can do to a small town run by a preacher, see Footloose.
- For a heartwarming tale about Elwood P. Dowd and his best friend, an imaginary 6’3 1/2” rabbit, see Harvey.
- For an insider’s glimpse into the uncertain rise of Peggy, a Broadway ingenue teetering on stardom, see 42nd Street.
- For a drama about the multifaceted leader of the 1965 Green Bay Packers—who’s been called “the greatest coach that ever lived”—see Lombardi.
Desert Stages Theatre
At Scottsdale’s Desert Stages Theatre, three troupes—the Actor’s Cafe, the Children’s Theatre, and Cullity Hall productions—celebrate great storytelling with seasons full of classic plays and child-friendly adaptations. The Actor’s Cafe’s small, adult casts perform in a 60-seat cabaret, and the grownups and growing-ups of the other companies play on the main stage’s still-intimate 136-seat theater-in-the-round.