Opened in 1929, the Orpheum Theatre is the last remaining movie palace in Phoenix. A stunning example of Spanish Revival style architecture, the Orpheum features an atmospheric ceiling, complete with sunrises and sunsets, stars, and moving clouds—offering patrons the impression of enjoying the show in an open-air setting. We’ll travel back in time to the golden age of silent movies to enjoy The Eagle, starring Rudolph Valentino, a classic film accompanied by the Orpheum’s Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Organ. Virtuoso organist Brett Valliant returns to Silent Sundays —a rock star on the Mighty Wurlitzer—to accompany the live film. We’ll also enjoy lunch on self, with the restaurant TBA. Don’t wait to call in your reservations! Seating is limited and tickets must be purchased in advanced.
Depart: Mesa 10 a.m. Phx 10:30 a.m. NW 11 a.m. R: 6 p.m.