In collaboration with local artists and musicians, the Herberger Theater Center is continuing its First Friday Live event in Phoenix with a special May celebration. Presented by SRP and located on the Herberger Theater Plaza, 222 E. Monroe Street in Phoenix, the First Friday Live series of free art experiences has featured diverse performances, activities, happy hour specials and more, according to a press release. The May performance, A different Kind of Cinco de Mayo, will be 6-9 p.m.. May 5.
The Herberger Theater Center will open Edgy, showcasing Arizona artists, at its Herberger Gallery at Arizona Center. Featuring 41 Arizona artists, the art in this exhibit is daring, provocative, trend-setting, cutting edge and features a variety of mediums and processes, according to a press release. The public is invited to a free opening reception to meet the artists and have light refreshments from 6 to 8 p.m. on Third Friday, April 21, at 455 N. Third Street in Phoenix.
The Herberger Theater Center will “Dim the Lights” in memory of the late Gary K. Herberger at 6:50 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. The Herberger Theater Center will turn off the marquee lights outside its doors and sign on the fly tower for one minute before the Arizona Young Artists’ Competition finals to honor the […]
In celebration of the great detective with piercing observation and deduction skills, the Herberger Theater Center and ASU Center for Film, Media and Popular Culture present a Sherlock Holmes Film Festival, March 24-25 at the Herberger Theater, featuring five films of the popular series that spans 100 years. The Herberger Theater is in downtown Phoenix at 222 E. Monroe Street. Whether a first-timer or devoted Sherlockian, guests will enjoy delightful mysteries, intrigue and some of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most unforgettable characters, according to a press release.
Rubén C. González’s powerful, poetic play about love, forgiveness and ultimate redemption connects 10 people left behind in their little corner of the world to struggle with eternal human relationships in the acclaimed La Esquinita, USA. The performance is set for the Temple of Music & Art from Jan. 14 through Feb. 4 in Tucson […]
iTheatre Collaborative, now a Resident Company of the Herberger Theater Center, announces their 14th season starting on Sept. 2 with The Velocity of Autumn by Eric Coble, starring Judy Rollings and Brad Bond. The production, directed by Rosemary Close, was supposed to be the season ender in May, but due to a cast member’s broken ankle, the show was postponed, according to a press release.
The 2016-17 Center Dance Ensemble performance schedule is announced for the upcoming productions of Masquerades, Frances Smith Cohen’s Snow Queen, Love Stories and American Voices at the Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix, where CDE is the resident dance company. According to a press release, the productions will have full performances on evenings […]