Phoenix Theatre

Arizona's Longest Running Arts Organization

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 Phoenix Theatre is Arizona’s longest running arts organization, having produced over 1,000 productions since its start in 1920. It was previously known as Phoenix Little Theatre. It is a nonprofit theatre.

Phoenix Theatre offers productions on Mainstage as well as in the Hormel (Black Box) Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, and the Hormel Festival of New Works.

Where to Get Tickets

  1. Phoenix Theatre Box Office, located at 100 E. McDowell. The box office is west of the Phoenix Art Museum.
  1. The Phoenix Theatre online.
  2. By phone to the Phoenix Theatre Box Office at 602-254-2151.

Here are seating charts for Phoenix Theatre.

Phoenix Theatre Street Address
100 E. McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone
602-254-2151

Directions to Phoenix Theatre
Phoenix Theatre is on Central Avenue, at McDowell Road. The entrance to the parking lot is on Central Avenue, just north of McDowell. It is the same parking lot that is used by Phoenix Art Museum. Parking is free.

From the south: Take I-10 west towards Phoenix. Take the 7th Street exit, and keep right at the fork in the exit ramp. (Stay in the left-most right turn lane.) Turn right (north) onto 7th Street. At the next intersection, turn left (west) onto McDowell Road. Turn right (north) onto Central Ave.

From the west: Take I-10 east toward Tucson, and exit at 7th Avenue. Keep left at the fork in the exit ramp. Turn left (north) onto 7th Avenue to McDowell.

Turn right (east) onto McDowell. At Alvarado Street, just past Central, make a left (north).

From the north: Take I-17 and exit at McDowell Rd. Go left (east) on McDowell Rd. At Alvarado Street, just past Central, make a left (north).

Valley Metro Rail to Phoenix Theatre 
Phoenix Theatre is accessible by light rail.

Use the Central/McDowell station. Here is a map of the Valley Metro light rail stations.