Through August 17
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: The Musical
https://www.haletheatrearizona.com
A high-flying, fun-filled musical adventure that tells the heartwarming story of a tightly-knit family’s ability to overcome difficulties.

Through August 17
Jesus Trejo
https://phoenix.standuplive.com
Known for his roles on Freeform’s comedy show Alone Together and TV Land’s series Teachers, Trejo brings his comedy antics to downtown Phoenix.

Through August 18
Tommy Davidson
https://www.tempeimprov.com
One of the original stars of the hit television show In Living Color, Davidson’s exceptional stand-up comedy, acting and versatile music ability have earned him a reputation as an extraordinary performer.

Through August 24
Sister Act
https://azbroadway.org
What does a lounge singer do to hide from the mob? She seeks refuge posing as a nun in a traditional convent where she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and an uptight Mother Superior. Join Deloris as she breathes new life into the struggling church choir, unites a disjointed community and truly learns to rejoice in the power of friendship.

Through August 24
Small Mouth Sounds
https://www.straycattheatre.org
Six complete strangers gather at silent retreat hoping to cast off the complicated baggage of daily life and agree to a vow of silence. When this vow collides with the human need to connect, this groundbreaking new work asks how we address some of life’s biggest questions when we have no words.

Through August 25
Seussical JR.
www.mesaartscenter.com
Join Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters as they spring to life in this musical extravaganza from Tony Award-winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

Through August 25
Matilda
https://www.vyt.com
Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, this Tony Award-winning musical tells the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life. Packed with high-energy dance numbers, catchy songs and a cast of local youngsters, Matilda is a joyous girl-power romp.

Through August 25
Unmentionables
https://www.space55.org
Unmentionables centers around two modern-day young women as they navigate privilege, sex and female friendship. This comedy is for lovers, best friends and anyone who has considered unmentionable means as an end in itself.

Through September 1
My First Time
https://fhtaz.org
In 1998 a website was created to allow people to anonymously share their own true stories about their “first times.” These accounts, with all their unique characters, are brought to life in this hysterical, touching and heartbreaking play.

Through September 8
Winnie the Pooh Kids
www.theaterworks.org
Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood, where Winnie the Pooh and his pals Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit and Owl prepare to rescue Christopher Robin. The takeaway from this musical is the value of teamwork, friendship and sharing. 

Through September 29
Puffs
www.desertstages.org
Puffs tells the story of Hogwarts’ least consequential house: Hufflepuff. The would-be hero is Wayne, who dreams of greatness despite being painfully ordinary.

August 21
Arizona Stand Up Festival
www.tempeimprov.com
Dave Thurston is a Second City, Chicago Graduate who received his comedy training at IO Chicago and The Annoyance. Ken Kaz, Josh Graves and Ryan Johnson will also perform.

August 22-23
Shane Torres
https://www.tempeimprov.com
Performing on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and CMT’s Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops are just a couple of this comic’s achievements. His dry humor combined with surprise twists offer flashes of thoughtful hilarity.

August 22-25
Leonard Ouzts
https://az.houseofcomedy.net
Appearances on TBS, Comedy Central, MTV and Netflix has made Ouzts one of the most televised young comedians on the circuit today. His hilarious true-life stories combined with an offhand yet inviting delivery, make him a crowd favorite.

August 22 – September 28
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
https://www.donbluthfrontrowtheatre.com
Step into a white couple’s liberal sensibilities as they are put to the test when their daughter brings home her African-American fiancé. This stage adaptation of the landmark 1967 film remains just as relevant 52 years after its release.