The Phoenix Theatre Company 2024/2025 Season

2024/2025 Season

Welcome to our 105th Season! As Arizona’s longest-running arts organization, we strive to push the limits of what's possible through our craft and now our campus venue through the Hormel Theatre’s highly anticipated metamorphosis into the Stephenson Theatre beginning this fall. Like our new season, we embrace the traditional while we progress toward a future of adventure, transformation, and prosperity.

Featuring titles you’ll remember fondly as well as some of the most innovative new plays out there, our 2024/2025 Season embraces stories told from the heart to celebrate the human spirit.

Stay tuned for our season ticket packages and single tickets to go on sale in our upcoming 2024/2025 Season!


We Aint Ever Gonna Break Up: The Hymon and Parfunkel Musical

We Ain't Ever Gonna Break Up: The Hymon and Parfunkel Musical

Sep 4, 2024 to Nov 3, 2024

Judith Hardes Theatre

The first jukebox musical about, and featuring the songs of, a band that never existed, lovingly and hilariously skewering the bio-musical genre in this world premiere.


Content Warnings: Contains mature humor, recommended for adult audiences.


Waitress

Waitress

Sep 25, 2024 to Nov 24, 2024

Mainstage Theatre

A pie-making waitress, trapped in a small town and loveless marriage, seeks self-discovery and escape through a baking contest and the support of her friends.


Content Warnings: Contains mature themes and language, recommended for adult audiences.


Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Show

Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Show

Nov 20, 2024 to Dec 28, 2024

Judith Hardes Theatre

Set in a 1940s live broadcast, a department store Santa’s claim to be the real Kris Kringle leads to a heartwarming Supreme Court case, fueled by one girl’s belief.


Content Warnings: A family-friendly show appropriate for audiences of ages three and up.


Seussical the Musical

Seussical the Musical

Dec 18, 2024 to Jan 26, 2025

Hormel Theatre

Immerse yourself in a Seuss-inspired symphonic adventure, featuring the cherished characters from The Cat in the HatHorton Hears a Who!, and other Dr. Seuss masterpieces.


Content Warnings: A family-friendly show appropriate for audiences of ages three and up.


Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Jan 15, 2025 to Feb 16, 2025

Judith Hardes Theatre

A weekend of familial chaos, sparked by a starlet’s return and a maid’s bizarre prophecies, unfolds in this modern farce, filled with the existential themes of Chekhov.


Content Warnings: Contains mature themes and language, recommended for adult audiences.


Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys

Feb 19, 2025 to Apr 27, 2025

Hormel Theatre

While navigating fame, friendship, and the music industry, four young men from the wrong side of the tracks rise to become rock ‘n roll, doo-wop quartet, the Four Seasons.


Content Warnings: Contains mature themes and language, recommended for adult audiences.


Churchill

Churchill

Mar 19, 2025 to Apr 13, 2025

Judith Hardes Theatre

Step into Blenheim Palace, 1963, where legendary British statesman Winston Churchill reflects on war, world leaders and women in this captivating one-man show.


Content Warnings: Contains mature themes and language, recommended for adult audiences.


Forbidden Broadway

Forbidden Broadway

Apr 23, 2025 to Jun 22, 2025

Judith Hardes Theatre

From beloved musicals to famous personalities, this hilarious, satirical revue skewers the clichés and quirks of Broadway’s biggest hits.


Content Warnings: Contains mature humor, recommended for adult audiences. 


Into the Woods

Into the Woods

May 21, 2025 to Jul 13, 2025

Hormel Theatre

Venture into a fantastical realm where well-known fairy tale characters pursue their deepest desires, only to confront what happens after “happily ever after.”


Content Warnings: Contains themes that may be too intense for children, recommended for mature audiences.


Let the Good Times Roll

Let the Good Times Roll: A New Orleans Gumbo

Aug 6, 2025 to Sep 21, 2025

Hormel Theatre

Experience the world premiere of a musical journey through the The Big Easy as resilience, joy and iconic songs tell the story of a young woman rediscovering life in the city’s embrace.


Content Warnings: Contains mature themes, recommended for adult audiences.