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Performing Arts in Phoenix

Orpheum Theatre

The new City Hall wraps around the revamped Orpheum Theatre, an historical landmark.
The theater, built in 1929, was once considered the most luxurious playhouse west of the Mississippi River.
An $11 renovation has restored the Spanish Baroque Revival theater, which is used for performing arts, community and civic events. The Orpheum Theatre is a Spanish Baroque Revival playhouse, built in 1929. It once saw the likes of Mae West and W.C. Fields.
The standout now hosts a wide range of performing arts.

Patriots Square Park

in the heart of downtown , features an outdoor performing arts stage with free seasonal lunchtime entertainment, food kiosks and open spaces with grass, trees and benches.
A 1,500-space underground parking garage also is part of this gathering place at Washington Street and Central Avenue.

Orpheum Theater
Orpheum Theater



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Source: Greater Phoenix CVB, Photo: Orpheum Theater
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