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ATC’s Tucson home is a fitting showcase for the top-quality theatre that happens inside. The Temple of Music and Art, located in historic downtown Tucson, is a refurbished 1927 theatre, built in the Spanish Colonial style that flavors so much of our city. Its graceful courtyard is a wonderful place to gather before or after the show. Inside, the intimate 627-seat theatre ensures a great view from every location – no seat is more than 66 feet from the stage.
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Arizona Theatre Company and Chef Janos Wilder are thrilled to continue a collaboration that pairs Arizona’s preeminent producer of world-class theatrical productions with one of Tucson’s most acclaimed and beloved chefs and restaurateurs. Janos at the Temple premiered in tandem with the opening of ATC’s 2018/2019 season and offers a unique dining experience prior to each of Arizona Theatre Company’s productions at the Temple of Music and Art.
Janos at the Temple is open starting 90 minutes before every matinee and evening ATC performance, and creates lunch and dinner menus that play on Janos’ signature flavor profiles. The menus are tasty, quick and price conscious at $14.50 for lunch and $21.50 for dinner. Lunch and dinner are complete meals offering a variety of salads, starches, main dishes and desserts.
Open to the public 10am-4pm Tuesday through Friday, and to all patrons of Arizona Theatre Company ninety (90) minutes prior to all performances.*
Featuring six artisans using various mediums, including paints, textiles, sketches, metal work. Their works reflect elements of strength, perseverance, and self reflection. The current exhibit will be in the gallery from 9/07/19 through 9/28/19.
The Art Gallery bar is open 90 minutes prior to each performances. Beer, wine, water, soda will be on sale- along with specially featured Arizona Wines.
*Art Gallery closed for special event on Opening Nights
Temple of Music and Art 330 S. Scott Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701view street map
The Temple of Music and Art does not have onsite parking. Street and metered parking is available nearby. Paid parking is also available in two lots near the Masonic Temple on Scott Avenue north of the Temple of Music and Art, as well as at the Convention Center.
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