Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts presents a fresh lineup for its 2022-2023 season, filled with concerts and performances for a wide range of tastes, featuring everything from Grammy-winning artists in jazz, classical and global music to Broadway greats, expressive contemporary dance, laugh-out-loud comedy and family shows for the young and young-at-heart.
Single tickets will be on sale to the public at 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 10.
Broadway returns to the center with fresh faces and veteran talents like Jessica Vosk, who played Elphaba on the second national tour and Broadway productions of “Wicked” on Jan. 29, 2023, at 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Theatre Works tells the tale of how the pioneering television sitcom “I Love Lucy” came to be in January of 2023; and Tony Award winner and Emmy-nominated actor, Alan Cumming will dazzle with an evening of story and song celebrating and exploring his puckish, eclectic spirit in November of 2022.
Additionally, Jeffrey Siegel’s long-running classical concerts with commentary series returns and the Virginia G. Piper Concert Series celebrates the centuries-old world of classical music with extraordinary musicians, such as Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with Renaud Capuçon.
Experience sounds and traditions of global cultures from Africa to Japan with artists like Soweto Gospel Choir and KODO. Jazz superstar Joshua Redman will also highlight the compelling “Jazz Series.” American music royalty The Temptations celebrate their 60th anniversary with an international tour, and will even make a stop here in Scottsdale.
BODYTRAFFIC kicks off the “Dance Series” and offers a public performance and a student matinee. And with family-friendly performances like “Balloonacy,” parents can introduce young children to the performing arts.
Some of this season's sponsors include the City of Scottsdale, the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, the Great American Title Agency and Tiffany & Bosco among many others.
A full schedule of dates for this season’s shows is available at www.scottsdalearts.org/events.
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