The Graz Theater is located at 646 Main Street, in the heart of Buffalo's theatre district. Opened in 1928, the venue has been host to everything from extrvagant vaudeville to a movie screen. Recent efforts to revitalize the venue have cemeted the theater's place
in the culture of Buffalo. Today the Opera House hosts hit Broadway musicals, popular and alternative musicians, along with the
The 2009-2010 season will open up with William Shakespeare's Hamlet (Staring Jude Law), running from November 3rd until November 11th. Wicked The Untold Story Of The Witches Of Oz will be in town from January 12th through 24th. Returning to the Theater, Phantom will make another appearance in Buffalo, running from April 20th to May second. Currently, the season is set to wrap with Oleanna from June 1st to 13th, but there is always room for more shows! Check back to see if any more theatre or concert events have been added.
Recognized as one of the very few working theatres of its kind, The Graz Theater is an award winning National Historic Site. As a nonprofit organization, Graz Theater relies on the support of individuals, corporations and foundations. Their investment in Graz Theater enables us to continue "To restore and maintain The Graz Theatr for present and future generations to enjoy as a working historic theatre providing a wide variety of live performing arts experiences for our patrons and innovative and effective educational experiences fostering an appreciation of live theatre by area youth."
Ticket sales and other earned income do not completely cover the operating costs of the theatre. Therefore, the generosity of our donors to Graz Theater Annual Fund is vital to sustain our mission. By working together we can make a difference!
William Shakespear's Hamlet