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On Wednesday evenings the Phoenix Art Museum is open and FREE for admission. It is located next door to this theater. I recommend going early and taking advantage of the museum before attending your show on a Wednesday evening.
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8 reviews
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We ate the Fez just north a few blocks from the theater, and I've never been disappointed with that restaurant. PLUS, their Happy Hour runs until 6:30!! :-)
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"Les Misérables"
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14 events
3 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 01 2014

Absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!! Everyone has a voice that would do the angels proud! Sat enthralled for the entire performance and was so sad when it was over. The cast each gave all of themselves and the air was charged with electricity and...continued

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2 reviews
2 stars
attended May 31 2014

My daughter and I both loved it. The voices were powerful and the performance was spectacular. It was a nice intimate theater.

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13 events
2 reviews
5 stars
attended May 31 2014

Prior to buying the tickets through Goldstar, I checked the available seats online at Phoenix Theatre, and as I hoped, I got the best seats available in the row I expected.

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Book by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg
Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg
Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer

About the Ticket Supplier: Phoenix Theatre

Phoenix Theatre, originally founded as the Phoenix Players in 1920, is the oldest arts organizations in Arizona and remains one of the oldest operating arts organizations in the country. Although the Phoenix Players performed in a variety of spaces including schools and backyards, there was an inevitable need for a permanent dedicated theatre space. In 1924 the Heard Family offered the newly named, Phoenix Little Theatre their old coach house on Central and McDowell.