Join the community in supporting the theater at Broadway in the Hills.


Broadway in the Hills will be Saturday, April 17th from 7:30-10:00 PM at the Fountain Hills Theater. This is an opportunity for the community to come together in support of their local performing arts. The evening will be filled with music and songs! There will also be lots of familiar names singing alongside the theater performers.

Guest Performers

  • Mayor Ginny Dickey

Former Mayors:

  • Jay Schlum
  • Jon Beydler

Current/Past Council Members

  • Mike Scharnow
  • Alan Magazine
  • Cynthia Magazine
  • Peggy McMahon
  • Dave McMahon
  • Sharon Grzybowski
  • Rick Melendez
  • Joe Bill
  • Nick DePorter
  • Tait Elkrie
  • Don Lawrence
  • Mike Minarsich

Chamber of Commerce

  • Betsy LaVoie

You can also look forward to Chamber of Commerce staff and Board members, Fountain Hills and Four Peaks Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, 4 Peaks Women’s Club, Fountain View Village, FHUSD School Board members, teachers, students, alumni, and other community organizations and clubs!

The evening host is Mistress of Ceremonies, Liz Minelli performed by the talented Patrick Russo.

Be sure to reserve your seats now! This is a special event to support the Fountain Hills Theater! The show will be on their outdoor stage. The show is sponsored by Kern Entertainment. Each party will have its own socially distanced bubble. These bubbles can seat up to 10 people. Individually wrapped appetizers will be served. These appetizers are sponsored by Phil’s Filling Station. Beverages are also available. Masks are required in public areas while not seated.

Reserve your tickets here. The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12-2 PM. Ticket prices are $75 per person. If there is weather, the show will move to Sunday, April 18th.

The Fountain Hills Theater is committed to the safety of their patrons, staff and performers. They will be closely following CDC safety recommendations as well as local guidelines. Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the facility. Wearing of masks inside the facilities will be required.