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Seven Days of Merry Melodies

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

(Phoenix) Phoenix Theatre is joining forces with Arizona Opera and Dennis Rowland to bring you Seven Days of Merry Melodies this holiday season! This unique collaboration brings you two distinct holiday shows sure to delight all ages. Singers from the Arizona Opera will perform Holiday Favorites from Stage and Screen, an evening featuring selections from memorable holiday classics such as White Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Charlie Brown Christmas. Dennis Rowland, along with the Greg Warner Project and special guest Diana Lee, will combine talents for Holiday Jazz Cabaret. This show will feature jazzy versions of holiday classics including “Silent Night,” “My Favorite Things,” and “The Christmas Song.”  Both shows will be presented in the Hormel Black Box Theatre at Phoenix Theatre.  Sure to become a new Phoenix tradition, this is a perfect way to wrap up the holiday season with friends and family!

Holiday Favorites from Stage and Screen will have 4 performances:  Dec 18 - 21 and Holiday Jazz Cabaret will have 3 performances from Dec 22 - 24. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased by calling 602.254.2151 or by visiting

About Phoenix Theatre 

The largest producing regional theatre company in Arizona, Phoenix Theatre offers more programs and experiences than any other. With over 400 performances on multiple stages and thriving education and outreach programs, we inspire more than 100,000 citizens every year. Inextricably woven into the fabric of Your City, Phoenix Theatre is Your Theatre.

Every show or service Phoenix Theatre provides is measured against our mission – to create exceptional theatrical experiences by using the arts to articulate messages that inspire hope and understanding. Think harder, laugh more, and feel deeply! This is the new Phoenix Theatre.

About Arizona Opera
Arizona Opera, now in its 44th Season, produces fully staged operas, concerts, and collaborative programs throughout the state of Arizona each season. They are among only a handful of companies in the United States that regularly performs in more than one city. In addition to producing five grand operas each year in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona Opera offers in-school touring productions and numerous outreach events for children and adults of all ages. Arizona Opera elevates the transformative power of storytelling through music—cultivating community and strengthening a state and people as adventurous and diverse as the place they call home.