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Theatre In Phoenix is proud to partner with Goldstar to offer the following shows for at least half off the regular ticket price.

Just click on a discounted ticket link below and simply register to view the discounted prices for each show and be able to purchase theatre tickets at great prices. Why pay full price when you can save with Theatre In Phoenix and Goldstar!

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Desert Stages Theatre Macbeth
Experience Shakespeare's chilling portrait of temptation, ambition and betrayal at the intimate Actor's Cafe at Desert Stages Theatre in downtown Scottsdale. Set in a gloomy world of ghosts and witches, the tragedy's cycle of corruption is thrown into motion when the popular King Duncan of Scotland is murdered by his trusted friend and general Macbeth. Driven by a supernatural prophesy and his wife's deadly ambition, Macbeth goes on to claim his destiny. But just as he grasps the crown, it starts to slip through his bloody fingers.



The Producers  
Desert Stages Theatre The Producers
Mel Brooks' outrageous, Tony-winning musical comedy The Producers tells the story of broke Broadway producer Max Bialystock and his accountant, Leo Bloom. Desperate for cash, these two schemers hatch a plan to produce a musical that's sure to be a failure so they can cut and run with the unspent production money. But when their "big flop" turns out to be a huge hit, they're in trouble. Based on the classic 1968 film, and featuring the hilariously tasteless show-within-a-show Springtime for Hitler, The Producers skewers the over-the-top absurdities of musical theater while delivering a heartfelt tale of the true friendship that develops between two would-be con artists. Catch this Broadway hit that scored a record 12 Tony Awards when it comes to the Desert Stages Theatre in Scottsdale.



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Circle Mirror Transformation  
Mesa Encore Black Box Circle Mirror Transformation
Students at an acting class in rural Vermont go seriously off-script in Circle Mirror Transformation, a funny and emotionally-affecting play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Annie Baker. As an "Adult Creative Drama" workshop instructor leads an unlikely collection of strangers -- a former actress, a recently divorced carpenter, a moody teenage girl and her own hippie husband -- through theater games, the drama that emerges begins to reflect their real-life issues. Watch this Obie Award-winning play about regular people and titanic transformations at Mesa Encore's Black Box.



Tempe Center for the Arts Hir
Freed from her husband's oppression after he suffers a stroke, a suburban housewife lights the fuse on a revolt against patriarchy in Hir, aided by her newly liberated transgender son. But when her other son returns home from combat duty in Afghanistan, he's not exactly thrilled to find his family under siege from his mom of all people. The New York Times raved "Perhaps no play this year inspired a greater sense of awe than Taylor Mac's audacious dive into the dysfunctional-family playpen of American theater." Check out the Stray Cat Theatre production of this subversive comedy at Tempe Center for the Arts.



Holmes and Watson  
Herberger Theater Center Holmes and Watson
It's no mystery that Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson make one of the greatest detective duos of all time. And now, you can see Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's beloved literary characters embark on an exciting all-new adventure on stage in Holmes and Watson. Written by Jeffrey Hatcher (Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club), this thrilling world premiere picks up right after the events of Holmes' death at Reichenbach Falls. Watson, who has been tasked with disproving the many false claims that Holmes is alive, finds himself at a mental asylum in a remote location, where three men are convinced that they are the late detective. Each one matches Holmes' physical description, but only one holds valuable information that only the true Sherlock Holmes could know. Watch the suspense unravel when Holmes and Watson come to the Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix.



Nunsense, The Mega Musical  
Zao Theatre Nunsense, The Mega Musical
Frolic in the madness of Dan Goggin's hilariously funny musical comedy Nunsense, The Mega Musical, featuring dancing nuns, singing nuns, circus nuns and ... dead nuns?! Winner of four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical, Nunsense, The Mega Musical has become a must-see phenomenon. Sister Julia has accidentally poisoned most of the Little Sisters of Hoboken with a tainted vichyssoise. The five surviving nuns must band together and put on a show in order to raise funds to bury their dear departed sisters. The chaotic variety show at the Zao Theatre in Apache Junction features crazy dance routines, solo star turns, an audience quiz and a whole bunch of comic surprises.



Arizona Broadway Theatre Oliver!
Follow the adventures of Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens' lovable orphan who finds himself tied up with a gang of child thieves. With memorable numbers such as "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two," "Consider Yourself" and "Food, Glorious Food," the three-time Tony Award-winning musical Oliver! will leave you begging for more as the plucky lad escapes from one bad situation after another, until the benevolent Mr. Brownlow takes him in. But can Oliver escape the clutches of the sinister Bill Sikes and finally find the true love of a real family? Find out as this classic musical comes to Peoria's Arizona Broadway Theatre with an included meal prior to the performance.



The Scottsboro Boys  
Phoenix Theatre The Scottsboro Boys
The last musical collaboration by the legendary theater team of John Kander and Fred Ebb (Chicago, Cabaret) snagged 12 Tony nominations in its 2010 Broadway run. Framed within the ironic construct of a minstrel show, The Scottsboro Boys tells the true story of nine young African-American men, who were convicted in 1931 Alabama of a shocking crime they didn't commit, and whose long fight for justice helped spark the civil rights movement. The Associated Press praised the score, saying "Kander's melodies are effortless, pouring out in a variety of styles from cakewalk to folk ballad to comic ditty." Don't miss this classic masterpiece when it takes the stage of the Phoenix Theatre at Hormel Black Box Theatre.