Tucson Arts and Theatre
This list of Performing Arts in Greater Tucson includes theatre venues and symphony orchestras in Maranna, Green Valley, Saddlebrooke, Oro Valley and other Tucson area communities.
Evening Series concerts are generally on Wednesdays at 8PM. Piano and Friends matinee concerts are on Sundays at 3PM. The Festival is a series of five concerts and other events the first week of March.
Now in its 35th Season, it is the only professional producer of grand opera in the state and one of only three companies that performs in both Phoenix and Tucson. The Arizona Opera company produces five operas each season.
The ATC is recognized as one of the most dynamic theatres in the country. ATC has been performing full seasons in both Phoenix and Tucson to a combined audience of more than 150,000 since 1983.
Located on the campus of the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind at 1200 West Speedway Blvd.Be sure to visit our online calendar of events page to see what will be coming to the Berger Center in the near future.
A professional theater company recognized nationally and internationally for the development and production of theater and educational program that reflects the diversity of the voices of the Southwest border region.
Venue for artists, performing arts, orchestra and symphony concerts. Located ten miles north of Tucson in Saddlebrooke, AZ.
The oldest continuing professional performing arts organization in Arizona. The Tucson Symphony Orchestra celebrates the excitement and joy of live classical music and popular music as part of everyday life.
VIVA Performing Arts Center’s mission is to provide an elite, dynamic center with the highest quality of instruction in dance and music for students of all ages.