Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, United States | Theatre
After 12 years, $14 million and an incredible amount of perseverance, the historic Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, Southwestern, United States, has been renovated for "adaptive reuse," restoring as much of its visible splendor as possible, while retrofitting it as a modern Theatre capable of handling anything Broadway sends its way. And Orpheum Theatre marquee at Second Avenue and Adams Street again announces the names of first class productions, drawing thousands of people to a vibrant downtown venue.
The Orpheum Theatre is owned and operated by the City of Phoenix, Phoenix Convention Center Department. Friends of the Orpheum provide educational and restoration support through volunteer and fundraising programs.
The Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, Southwestern, is an internationally recognized showcase for arts and entertainment. It is home to music, dance, drama, comedy and everything in between, as the Orpheum Theatre?s first-rate acoustics, equipment, and accommodations for both the performers and patrons are without peer.
Originally opened in 1929, the Orpheum Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and recognized as one of the West?s most significant theater structures.