The Great American Songbook
Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm | Reserve your free ticket
Rediscover the work of some of America’s most beloved composers as local trio We3 perform The Great American Songbook. On September 18, dive deep into a freshly-curated batch of songs from George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, and Cole Porter, reimagined as only We3 can. With celebrated pianist Nicole Pesce, vocalist Renee Grant Patrick, and violinist Suzanne Lansford as your guides, immerse yourself in the best of American popular music with this lush and intimate performance.
Behind the Curtain
Friday, September 25 at 7:30pm | RSVP here
Behind the Curtain is back and at a new time! Join our Producing Artistic Director Michael Barnard and Jeff Whiting as they take you backstage for a seat in the director’s chair. Jeff has directed some of your favorite The Phoenix Theatre Company productions including The Sound of Music and Scottsboro Boys and now he’s back for an exclusive look at the magic of theatre! Click here to RSVP. We will send you the YouTube Live link before the show.
Lunch at Audrey's virtual reading
Sunday, September 27 | RSVP here
Join us for a free online-only reading of the brand new play Lunch at Audrey's from acclaimed playwright Jarlath Barsanti-Jacobs. Remember, it is you, the audience, that drives the process forward! We will send you the Zoom link and instructions before the reading.
Lunch at Audrey’s follows Audrey Hepburn as she waits on pins and needles for a doctor's call to confirm the viability of her third attempt at motherhood. As she stews, she faces an avalanche of aggravations from imagined infidelities, unsolicited motherly advice, visitations from a spirit from the past, and mounting pressures from her agent to play Holly Golightly (a call girl!). Oh and did we mention that wild dogs show up to ruin her lunch plans?
Until we can meet in person again, our team of Phoenix-based artists are crafting immersive digital experiences to remind us why theatre brings us together. Expect interactive games, new play readings, and more.
You can also view recordings of past digital programming on our YouTube channel.