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September 11, 1985. The Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium is a multipurpose performing arts center at 1200 South Forest Avenue at East Apache Boulevard in Tempe, Arizona, within the main campus of Arizona State University (ASU).  The auditorium, which bears the name of former ASU President Grady Gammage, is considered to be one of the last public commissions of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. 
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium stands as one of ASU’s most beautiful landmarks. Best known as the last major architectural design of Frank Lloyd Wright, the auditorium was completed in 1964 and dedicated with an inaugural concert given by the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy.
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium is considered by many to be the crowning jewel of ASU’s Tempe campus. It is also one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last designs and was constructed to be as acoustically perfect as possible. Tours Building tours of the Gammage Auditorium are available by appointment.
Gammage Auditorium is significant as the last non-residential design that Frank Lloyd Wright worked on before his death in 1959, but the building was not completed until 1964. The auditorium is associated with both Wright and Grady Gammage, past president of the University. Gammage directed campus growth following World War II, which culminated in the re-designation of Arizona State Teachers College to Arizona State University, in 1958.
Fifty concrete columns support the outer roof, framing the glass-walled lobby. The plan is composed of two circles, the largest of which contains the promenades, lobbies and audience hall, with the other housing the stage, dressing rooms, workshops, classrooms and offices. The grand tier, supported by a 145-foot-long girder, is constructed to allow sound to completely surround the audience—an acoustic effect only previously attained in Adler and Sullivan’s Chicago Auditorium of 1889.
The show is starting Tempe campus. The critically acclaimed smash-hit Broadway musical "The Band's Visit" is the winner of 10 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, making it one of the most Tony-winning musicals in history. It is also a Grammy Award® winner for Best Musical Theater Album. In this joyously offbeat story, set in a town that’s way off the beaten path, a band of musicians arrive lost, out of the blue.
The Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium is a multipurpose performing arts center at 1200 South Forest Avenue at East Apache Boulevard in Tempe, Arizona, within the main campus of Arizona State University .
Easily Arizona State University’s most recognized building, Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium reflects the determined vision of Grady Gammage, president of Arizona State College, and Frank Lloyd Wright, world famous architect who had been wintering in Arizona since consulting on the Arizona Biltmore Hotel in 1928.