|Oct 24||8:00 PM||STUFF YOU SHOULD KNOW POADCAST||Get Details|
|Oct 26||7:30 PM||All Things Comedy Festival: Middleditch and Schwartz||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||7:00 PM||All Things Comedy Festival - All Stars (Ari Shaffir, Bryan Callen, Brendan Schaub)||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||7:00 PM||All Things Comedy Festival: Stand Up Live - All Stars||Get Details|
|Oct 27||9:30 PM||Stand Up Live All Stars featuring Ari Shaffir, Bryan Callen and More||Get Details|
|Oct 27||9:30 PM||All Things Comedy Festival - All Stars (Ari Shaffir, Bryan Callen, Brendan Schaub)||Find Tickets|
|Oct 28||2:30 PM||Phantom of the Opera||Get Details|
|Oct 30||10:00 AM||(FREE) Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary LIVE in Phoenix||Get Details|
|Nov 4||7:00 PM||Kathy Griffin||Find Tickets|
|Nov 10||7:00 PM||Mariachi Nuevo Tecalitlan||Find Tickets|
The Orpheum Theatre Phoenix is a small theatre with a seating capacity of 1364. First opened in 1929, The Orpheum Theatre Phoenix was built in a Spanish Baroque Revival style, and featured highly intricate murals and moldings. Having fallen into a state of disrepair in later years, the theater was purchased by the City of Phoenix in 1984, triggering an immense 12-year, $14 million restoration project to bring The Orpheum Theatre Phoenix back to its former glory.
A performance of Hello, Dolly! on Janurary 28 1997 marked the reopening, and The Orpheum Theatre schedule has been buzzing with activity ever since. The splendid Orpheum Theatre Phoenix is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is the current home of the Phoenix Metropolitan Opera.For all the latest news and up-to-date information on the Orpheum Theatre Phoenix, check out The Orpheum Theatre schedule.