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Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 7pm!
This Sunday join us for the online premier of Bus Stop. Hear about the show from actors and production team involved while we watch the live stream together. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see all of our newest uploads.
Sunday, September 27th at 7:00pm
Outdoor CONCERTS AT PCA
Visit our new and safe outdoor amphitheater to enjoy performances by Arizona's finest. Tickets will be available at our website, pca-az.net, on October 1st. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy food, drink, and music.
Upcoming dates include:
October 10 at 7:00 PM
Drew Hall with Candace Devine
October 24 at 7:00 PM
Brian Chartrand with Kyle Phelan
PCA and Prescott has your Halloween covered with these save and spooky events.
Mark Your Calendar! October 30, 2020 at 7pm.
This year, Ghost Talk the Experience is more than a theatrical stage of ghosts or a walking tour around our historical grounds. As a patron you will have the opportunity to watch bone-chilling tales of the dead right at home. The adventure will start with contests throughout October (decorating, make-up, costumes) and end in a compilation of frightening stories from around Yavapai County and beyond. The accounts vary from the fictional writing of a budding creative playwright to a factual interpretation based-on authentic events and people from historians. You get to decide what is based on the truth and what is a creepy trick! There will be spooky surprises, interactive encounters, and a new understanding of the fables that inspire the horror, science fiction, and thriller genres we have today.
Prescott Center for the Arts receives an anonymous donation for $3M.
Prescott Center for the Arts
208 N. Marina St. Prescott, AZ 86301
Robyn Allen, Executive Director
Prescott Center for the Arts is honored to announced that an anonymous donor contributed $3M to the arts organization. The amount nearly funds the entire capital campaign project announced in 2018.
“We had put everything on hold. It didn’t make sense to fund-raise when there was such tremendous need in our community. We closed our doors on March 12th and have, as well as many others, suffered tremendous loss. By the end of June we knew it was time to do something to save our theater so we launched our Save Your Community Theater Campaign. The capital campaign was a long way from where we were thinking, we simply needed to keep our doors from closing for good. And then a miracle happens! We are shocked, humbled and incredibly grateful for this angel benefactor and for our community that continues to love and support Prescott Center for the Arts.”
PCA's Gift Shop is Open
The PCA Gallery and Gift Shop is now open 3 days a week: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 11am to 3pm. For your safety, the Gallery will be sanitized daily per CDC guidelines. All patrons will be required to wear a mask in the gallery and sanitize hands at the entry. Social distancing is also required. Capacity at this time is set at 10. We look forward to greeting our community again and supporting our local artists.
PCA is proud to announce the winners of the performing arts categories of the Youth Scholarship Competition! Gratitude goes out to our judges, Steven Hilderbrand (Piano, Strings, Wind/Brass/Percussion), Tregoney Shepherd (Musical Theatre/Drama Categories) and Cristy Welty (Classical Voice). Thank you all for helping us make the competition happen this year with the shift to virtual performances and communication.
PIANO: Division 1
1st Place - Nathan Spencer
2nd Place - Annabelle Lee Williams
3rd Place - Levi Brownlie
PIANO: Division 2
1st Place - Jonathan Group
2nd Place - Nicholas Reyes
3rd Place - Abby Sanctuary
STRINGS: Division 1
1st Place - Nathan Spencer
STRINGS: Division 2
1st Place - Joseph Spencer
WINDS/BRASS/PERCUSSION: Division 1
1st Place - Mario Zamora
2nd Place - Luke Moore
3rd Place - Shaelyn Braithwaite
MUSICAL THEATRE: Division 1
1st Place - Norah Steverson
2nd Place - Hyde Bosley
3rd Place - Ariella Centeno
MUSICAL THEATRE: Division 2
1st Place - Aly Warren
2nd Place - Judah Neese
3rd Place - Sophia Grubert
DRAMA (All Ages)
1st Place - Aly Warren
2nd Place - Sophia Grubert
3rd Place - Georgia Harrington
CLASSICAL VOICE: Division 1
1st Place - Norah Steverson
2nd Place - Ariella Centeno
3rd Place - Hyde Bosley
CLASSICAL VOICE: Division 2
1st Place - Lily Grubert
2nd Place - Emma Steverson
3rd Place - Judah Neese
About the Judges
Steve Hilderbrand is proud to be celebrating his 40-year anniversary as a professional musician this year. During his career, he has served as Resident Musical Director for Players’ Theatre of Columbus (Ohio) and TheaterWorks (Peoria, AZ) as well as the Artistic Director of Central Community Theatre. As a musical director/orchestra conductor, he has worked with The Phoenix Theatre Company, Arizona Regional Theatre, Columbus Ensemble Theatre and The Ohio State University. He has musical directed/accompanied cabaret performances at Don’t Tell Mama in New York, The Loft in Providence (Rhode Island) and numerous Arizona venues. Steve is a highly sought-after voice teacher, vocal coach, accompanist and musical arranger and has been honored with multiple AriZoni Awards for musical direction for theatre. Has served as a judge for the NSAL (National Society of Arts and Letters) Musical Theatre Scholarship Competition on three occasions. Steve is also the Director of Music and Contemporary Worship at Central Church in Phoenix and has led their Jesus, Java and Jazz service for many years.
Tregoney Shepherd. Broadway/National Tours: Les Miserables (Madame Thenardier), Phantom of the Opera (Wardrobe Mistress/Confidante. National Tour: Wicked (Midwife u/s Madame Morrible), Mary Poppins (Mrs. Brill). Regional: Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett), Something’s Afoot (Miss Tweed), The Threepenny Opera (Mrs. Peachum), (The Music Man (Eulaylee Shinn), Cinderella (Stepmother), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Mrs. McGlone), The Secret Garden (Mrs. Medlock), Big River (Miss Watson/Sally Phelps), Footloose (Vi Moore), Into the Woods (Witch), Blithe Spirit (Madame Arcati), Steel Magnolias (Clairee Belcher). Ms.Shepherd also has begun directing shows such as The Best Little Whore House in Texas, Guys and Dolls, Beauty and the Beast, Annie Get Your Gun, Little Shop of Horrors, The Sound of Music, Smokey Joe’s Café, Children of Eden and Seussical. Tregoney has her Doctorate in Vocal Performance from ASU. www.TregoneyShepherd.com
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Artist Weekly Spotlight:
Charles Stroh retired to Prescott Valley in 2013 from Kalamazoo, Michigan after a career teaching and directing art schools for 45 years. He is an artist/printmaker trained primarily in fine-art lithography and emphasizing intaglio and relief for the past 15 years. His work has been included in over 200 exhibits, juried, invitational, group, and one-person. His artwork has received national awards and he is included in both public and private collections. His biography has been included in Who’s Who of American Art since 1985.
Locally, he has won awards at PCA for paintings and photographs and has shown at ‘Tis each spring with the Prescott printmakers group. The works shown on this page, are all drawings with watercolor and pen-and-ink on 22 x 30” paper and all done in 2019 and 2020 except for the Tom Mix drawing done in 2017. The subject matter is mostly from Chaco Canyon in NW New Mexico.
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