Berger Performing Arts Center

Berger Performing Arts Center

1200 W. Speedway Blvd., Tucson AZ, 85745

Call: (520) 770-3762

Dedicated in 1992

Built in 1991

Berger Performing Arts Center

The Berger Performing Arts Center is a 496-seat Proscenium theater located in Tucson on the campus of the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind at 1200 W. Speedway Blvd. The BPAC is centrally located just one block west of Interstate 10 on the north side of Speedway.

A non-profit theatre, the Berger Performing Arts Center hosts events ranging from school related functions (student concerts, staff presentations,meetings, etc.) to public and private events (graduations, musical and dance recitals, concerts, public meetings, etc.) and is an excellent multi-purpose concert hall and theatrical facility. Spacious seating, an excellent line of sight throughout the house and superb acoustics make this hall one of the finest theatres in Tucson, Arizona.

Private Events

From big presentations to exclusive meetings, this versatile theater is perfect for any use. Our equipment and space is ideal for any professional or creative event.

Public Events

Marvelous musicals, hilarious comedies, gut-wrenching tragedies and even world-renowned authors have held book signings at our facilities. Our accessible parking and spacious seating draws an optimal appeal to any audience.

School Functions

Plan your next big school play, dance recital, musical, graduation or awards ceremony here. The possibilities are endless. The theater is located on school grounds itself, so we love supporting our local school districts.

Featured Events

“Saw two shows here recently, Ted talks and one woman play, ‘My Life on a Diet’. Great sound, lighting and ambiance. One of my favorite places to see a show.”
Christine A.

“Came here to see Les Miserables by local theater company Arizona Onstage Productions. The theater seats roughly 500 people and there’s not a bad seat in the house. The seats are built on an incline so it’s easy to see over the person in front of you.”
Dylan M.




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