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In 1964 mock-rock band Hub Kapp (Pat McMahon) and The Wheels premiered on The Wallace & Ladmo Show –an iconic children's television show that ran in Arizona for 35 years. The band became an overnight sensation. So big, it threatened to destroy the kid's show that launched it. But this is more than a story of the rise and fall of a one-hit wonder band spawned from a kid's TV show in little backwater 1964 Phoenix, Arizona; it is a story about the measure of success in our own lives. What is "the big time"? How much success do you need to be happy? How important are friendship and loyalty in our lives? Purchase your tickets HERE.


Thanks to everyone who voted for us!  We are in the AZ Central Winners' Circle for Best Children's Entertainment, Best Family Entertainment and Best Performing Arts Theatre.  And, we have also been voted AZ Foothills' Best Children's Theatre!  Thank you to all!

Welcome to the Stagebrush Theatre!

Welcome to Stagebrush Theatre in Scottsdale, Arizona, the lively home of Greasepaint Youtheatre and Scottsdale Community Players.  We are located at 7020 E. 2nd Street in Scottsdale, AZ 85251.  Our new telephone number is (480) 949-7529.  Please click here for a map and directions:  DIRECTIONS 

To learn about our generous Sponsors, please click here:  SPONSORS 

Greasepaint Youtheatre!

Greasepaint Youtheatre is one of the Valley's busiest and most honored theatrical groups for young performing artists.  We are the recipient of over 100 AriZoni Awards and over 30 National Youth Theatre Awards.  To learn more we invite you to watch the video above, created for us by Great Scott Productions

Hey, kids!  Look at us.  You could be in our next production!  Click here

Scottsdale Community Players!

We are delighted to announce that SCP — one of the Valley's oldest and most storied theatre companies — is back!  At the helm is Maureen Dias, Artistic Director for both Greasepaint Youtheatre and Scottsdale Community Players. SCP will present two productions this year, beginning with Fiddler on the Roof September, 2013 and following with Steel Magnolias in June of 2014.