Temple Of Music & Art

★★★★★
  • 330 South Scott Avenue

    Tucson, AZ 85701

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  • 520-622-2823

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As young children, my brother and I lived two lots (not blocks) south of the Temple (1950). We have photographs of us (age 5) standing in front of the fountain in the courtyard. Brings back memories. We hope to visit the area early in

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As young children, my brother and I lived two lots (not blocks) south of the Temple (1950). We have photographs of us (age 5) standing in front of the fountain in the courtyard. Brings back memories. We hope to visit the area early in

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Built in 1927, the Temple of Music and Art is a proper cultural arts venue. When the Temple first opened, just visiting the place was considered an event. We feel it?s safe to say the building has upheld its reputation. Constructed in an elegant, Southwestern style, the Temple breathes grace and class with its beautiful surroundings of cobbled stone, fountain?splashed patio, and quiet tree-lined street. Now home of the Arizona Theatre Company, the Temple has been called ?one of this city?s most elegant buildings? by Tucson Weekly (1995).

The spacious Alice Holsclaw Theatre with its 623 seats is a marvelous place to see either Shakespeare or concerts. There truly isn't a bad seat in the house: Sightlines are good from every location, there's plenty of leg room, the acoustics are great and, yes, the chairs are comfortable.

If a smaller, more intimate setting is desired for a performance, upstairs the Temple has the Cabaret Theatre available. If visual art is your thing, The Temple of Music and Art Gallery hosts several different shows throughout the year and is usually open during evening performances.

For more information on facility rentals, please visit the Temple Rentals webpage at www.arizonatheatre. org.

Free backstage tours of the Temple are available. Call to schedule your tour today! (520) 884-8210 x. 8602.

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★★★★★

Built in 1927, the Temple of Music and Art is a proper cultural arts venue. When the Temple first opened, just visiting the place was considered an event. We feel it?s safe to say the building has upheld its reputation. Constructed in an elegant, Southwestern style, the Temple breathes grace and class with its beautiful surroundings of cobbled stone, fountain?splashed patio, and quiet tree-lined street. Now home of the Arizona Theatre Company, the Temple has been called ?one of this city?s most elegant buildings? by Tucson Weekly (1995).

The spacious Alice Holsclaw Theatre with its 623 seats is a marvelous place to see either Shakespeare or concerts. There truly isn't a bad seat in the house: Sightlines are good from every location, there's plenty of leg room, the acoustics are great and, yes, the chairs are comfortable.

If a smaller, more intimate setting is desired for a performance, upstairs the Temple has the Cabaret Theatre available. If visual art is your thing, The Temple of Music and Art Gallery hosts several different shows throughout the year and is usually open during evening performances.

For more information on facility rentals, please visit the Temple Rentals webpage at www.arizonatheatre. org.

Free backstage tours of the Temple are available. Call to schedule your tour today! (520) 884-8210 x. 8602.

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