From an age when Phoenix was literally rising in the desert in the 1920s, the Orpheum theater was and still is a community focal point. The interior lobby speaks of a time before television when entertainment was a special occasion. We live in the nearby Historical District and frequent this venue in much the same way as the first occupants of our house almost 100 years ago. The Orpheum sports a world class pipe organ that is played by expert local musicians on special occasions, as well as concerts and ballet. Don't miss the common wall that is shared with Phoenix City Hall which bespeaks the community's commitment to save its landmarks
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