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I had the opportunity to visit the Orpheum Theater when I attended Isabelle Allende's book signing of The Japanese Lover.
Isabelle Allende is the "world's most widely read Spanish author" and has written 12 books of fiction, 4 memoirs, was given the...More
This is certainly a place that Phoenix can be proud of. There are a variety of shows and performances here through the year. The theater itself is wonderfully done in the Sun and Moon style. Be sure to go upstairs to the echo room, stand...More
I love the Orpheum because it reminds me of the grand old theaters on Broadway when I was growing up. It is small enough that you can see well from anywhere in the theater. I especially enjoy it when they also have a performance that...More
I had always wanted to attend a performance in the Orpheum Theater which is on the National Registry and did so to hear a concert. The theater was built in the 1920’s to host plays, silent movies and vaudeville acts. It laid idle for a...More