Sunday, September 13, 2020

Desert Foothills Theater announces their 2020 / 2021 Season!


from our friends at Desert Foothills Theater:

Desert Foothills Theater is pleased to announce our 2020-21 Season!

Desert Foothills Theater is ready for a SAFE and wonderful return to the stage. DFT takes its mission to heart in these challenging times.

Safety precautions include smaller audience sizes, safe distance seating, face masks, and a thorough theater-cleaning before each performance.

Our storytellers are excited to take you on journeys filled with music, dance, and adventure. We have missed you!

The majority of shows for the 2020-21 season will be performed at the beautiful

Holland Center in Scottsdale.
34250 N. 60th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85266

Our seasoned patrons will know that this venue move is a change from previous years. The Desert Foothills Theater staff determined that this venue not only gives us the opportunity to recover from the challenges of recent times but also open with a FULL new season. Because the Holland Center is also the home of the DFT offices, this move allows our team to insure that the theater and premises are clean, safe, and ready for a wonderful and healthy theater season! 

Tickets are on sale now

You can purchase online, call, or visit the box office. Tickets this season are all General Admission Seating. Watch for add-on opportunities for early seating and pre-show VIP experiences to include a reception and priority seating. 

Ticket Packages

This season, patrons are offered the opportunity to purchase a special ticket package.

Purchase a ticket to your choice of FIVE shows for the price of FOUR.

Package price: 5 shows- $100 ($25 savings)

Receive Early Seating- Each show this year will be sold as General Admission tickets. Package ticket holders will receive early seating and our heartfelt gratitude for your support!

Call the Box Office to purchase your ticket package! Your Box Office Crew will be happy to help. (480) 488-1981. Ask for Carole or Ginny.

1 comment:

  1. Really disappointed you are starting up so early. Even with masks your patrons are going to be releasing aerosols throughout the venue posing risk to everyone. I am just as disheartened as anyone else over what this horrible virus has done to the theatrical/musical companies. I don’t think it is safe to start up.