Theater & Shows in Arizona


Celebrity Impersonators: The Edwards Twins: Celebrity Impersonators: The Edwards Twins on September 24 (Up to 38% Off)

Celebrity Impersonators: The Edwards Twins on September 24 (Up to 38% Off)

Celebrity Impersonators: The Edwards Twins

University/Rincon High School Auditorium

Identical twins Eddie and Anthony Edwards perfectly replicate the look and voice of Elton John, Cher, Billy Joel, Lady Gaga, and dozens more

$11.34 $7

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Phoenix Marriott Mesa : The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show Phoenix at Phoenix Marriott Mesa

The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show Phoenix at Phoenix Marriott Mesa

Phoenix Marriott Mesa

Mesa, AZ

$85.75 $58.95

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Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre: Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre for Two at Orange Tree Golf Resort on August 7–29 (Up to 33% Off)

Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre for Two at Orange Tree Golf Resort on August 7–29 (Up to 33% Off)

Murder and a Meal Dinner Theatre

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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"Lucky Stiff": "Lucky Stiff" (August 28–September 20)

"Lucky Stiff" (August 28–September 20)

"Lucky Stiff"

Arizona Broadway Theatre

To collect an inheritance, a timid clerk must take his uncle’s corpse on vacation in Monte Carlo, dodging plots against him along the way

$75 $50

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Symposium of Spectacle Drama and Arco Tsunami Festival: Arco Tsunami Festival with Symposium of Spectacle-Based Drama at Arcosanti on October 10 and 17 (Up to 44% Off)

Arco Tsunami Festival with Symposium of Spectacle-Based Drama at Arcosanti on October 10 and 17 (Up to 44% Off)

Symposium of Spectacle Drama and Arco Tsunami Festival

Arcosanti

Stilt-based acrobats perform two weekends in a row at the Arco Tsunami Festival after a day-long symposium to inspire aspiring performers

$26.87 $16

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Sharon Lechter & Wendy Stevens present: Speak, Serve & Sell, The Book & Media Summit: Sharon Lechter, Co-Author of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" Hosts Seminar: Write Your Book, Publish, and Profit (Sat 9/19 at 9am)

Sharon Lechter, Co-Author of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" Hosts Seminar: Write Your Book, Publish, and Profit (Sat 9/19 at 9am)

Sharon Lechter & Wendy Stevens present: Speak, Serve & Sell, The Book & Media Summit

Scottsdale Plaza Resort

Rich Dad Co. CEO Sharon Lechter and Guerrilla Marketing guru Wendy Stevens share profitable tactics for writing and publishing

$497 $99

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Ethington Theatre Season: Ethington Theatre Season, August 28–December 5 (Up to 50% Off)

Ethington Theatre Season, August 28–December 5 (Up to 50% Off)

Ethington Theatre Season

Ethington Theatre

A Shakespearean favorite, an update on Molière’s sharp comedy, a Strauss operetta, and a dance concert make up the season

$24 $12

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"Fifty Shades of Men" : "50 Shades of Men" Male Revue (Friday, October 2, at 7 p.m. or 10:30 p.m.)

"50 Shades of Men" Male Revue (Friday, October 2, at 7 p.m. or 10:30 p.m.)

"Fifty Shades of Men"

Arizona Event Center

A male dance revue comprised of musclebound Chippendales hunks excites crowds with their sensual moves and Vegas showmanship

$36.42 $15

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Pin-Ups on Tour: Phoenix: Pin-Ups on Tour: Phoenix (Friday, November 6, at 7 p.m.)

Pin-Ups on Tour: Phoenix (Friday, November 6, at 7 p.m.)

Pin-Ups on Tour: Phoenix

VFW Post 720

Pin-up models and calendar girls perform burlesque and comedy routines with vintage themes to benefit veterans and troops

$26.37 $15

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  • Great Arizona Puppet Theater
    Demonstrating inventive takes on old myths is par for the course at Great Arizona Puppet Theater, whose adaptation of Cinderella won the 2010 UNIMA-USA Citation of Excellence in puppetry. Behind the scenes, professional puppeteers guide the characters through kid-friendly narratives, both ancient and original. Their performances often include a timely moral that parents can discuss with children with the help of accompanying study guides, which encourage guests to analyze themes and ask questions such as "how can puppets talk if they have no brains?" The puppet masters have more than 50 tales in their collective memory. They perform them in the historical, hand-painted theater space five days a week, as well as at area schools and functions. By crafting scripts that address Arizonian themes, including the conservation of endangered condors and figures in Native American folklore, they hope to educate and engage their young spectators. Guests can interact with the stories even further by adopting puppets from the onsite gift shop or by attending a private party, where they create their own hand puppets out of paper bags. Additionally, seasonal adult shows prove that puppetry can be as edgy as any other art form.
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    302 W Latham St.
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • KU Studios
    Carol Sottosanti inherited her love of hitting high notes and cutting rugs from her father, an opera singer who inspired her to pursue a degree in vocal performance from the University of Arizona. Naturally, Carol wanted her children to also experience the beauty and exhilaration of performing on stage, but she couldn't find a program that would grant her kids the proper exposure and practice they needed. Teaming up with other moms in the community, Carol organized a few small shows starring the neighborhood's charismatic children, and subsequently, Kids Unlimited was born. Since its inception in 1986, KU Studios still produces shows regularly, preparing their young performers with various classes in vocal performance, dance, and acting. Aspiring triple threats can dive into a wide variety of camps designed to hone singing and dancing skills, while promoting awareness of important topics such as bullying or the proliferation of mimes in Tucson. KU's outstanding performers earn their way into small-group ensembles that perform regularly throughout the community.
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    6066 N ORACLE RD
    TUCSON, AZ US
  • National Comedy Theatre Phoenix
    Voted the Best Local Performing Arts Troupe by readers of the East Valley Tribune in 2011, National Comedy Theatre’s ensemble of players concocts improvised situations at lightning-fast speeds, relying on audience participation and their own wits to elicit thunderous laughter and applause. After turning to their all-ages crowd for assistance in shaping games and scenarios, the cast employs knowledge gleaned from operating-room sketches to tickle ribs with anatomical exactitude. The show often favors spontaneity over prudence, with performers gleefully stepping into their roles as acrophobic skydiving champions or long-winded court stenographers. Audience members get to select the winning team at the conclusion of the show, and can learn the form themselves during improv classes.
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    1111 S Longmore
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Chandler Symphony Orchestra
    Luminous chandeliers float like paper lanterns above the lobby of Chandler Center for the Arts, welcoming guests entering through the towering glass facade. Inside, they find three halls—one larger auditorium, and two more intimate performance spaces—hosting a variety of musical and theatrical performances. Each theater is designed for optimal acoustics, ensuring audiences can hear every tuneful note, stage-whispered line, and breaking of the fourth wall. And the center showcases non-performing arts as well—the Exhibition Hall displays regularly rotating collections of sculptures and paintings. Some events, including the Zoppé, An Italian Family Circus, are also held on the expansive West Lawn.
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    250 North Arizona Avenue
    Chandler, AZ US
  • The Mystery Mansion Dinner Theater
    For more than two decades, The Mystery Mansion Dinner Theater has kept diners guessing with ghoulishly goofy whodunits. The rotating repertoire includes Murder at Greystone Manor, which takes place on the set of Golden Age Hollywood director C.D. Weasel's latest production. Before filming can begin in earnest, starlet Clara Simpleton comes down with a bad case of cold feet and cold everything else. Femme fatale and back-up actress Jewel Precious seems the obvious suspect, but the stunningly punny characters know well how to hide their motivations behind a flurry of gags and one-liners. Murder at Bedside Manor takes place in a shockingly OSHA-noncompliant hospital staffed by such consummate professionals as Barb Bituate, Old Doctor Young, Young Doctor Young, and Nurse Scratchit. "Lame jokes, puns, goofy costumes, and thin plots are the stock in trade at the Mystery Mansion," noted Barbara Yost of the Arizona Republic, adding, "Patrons can't get enough.
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    6835 North 58th Drive
    Glendale, AZ US
  • Jester'Z Improv Comedy
    Everything's coming up roses at Scottsdale's best theater, Jester'Z Improv Comedy. Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this club has the restaurant just for you. Take the kids along too — this club is a great spot for families with activities that even little ones will love. Be sure to swing by Jester'Z Improv Comedy for frequent performances from live DJs. If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Jester'Z Improv Comedy during the slower weekday hours. Drivers can take advantage of the parking lot near Jester'Z Improv Comedy and save time on hunting for a parking spot. Store your bike safely at one of the main bike racks near Jester'Z Improv Comedy.
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    7117 E McDowell Rd
    Scottsdale, AZ US

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