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Virtual Ghost Talk: The Experience

Virtual Ghost Talk: The Experience

It's that time of year, again! Ghost Talk returns to PCA to bring chills and thrills to you from the comfort of your very home. This year, we're taking it virtual.

Tickets are $6

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October 21 - October 31

The delicious adventures of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film in addition to a host of fun new songs, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth. Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder.

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Special thanks to Willy Wonka show sponsor Pralines of Prescott!

Locally made sweets fitting the theme and characters of Willy Wonka are available for purchase in the lobby. There are tasty treats themed after each of the ticket winning characters from the show, as well as a chance for YOU to win fun "Golden Ticket" prizes with the purchase of a Wonka Bar.

October 31 -November 2

Celebrate Halloween and Día de los Muertos!

A three night spooktacular event starting with an interactive courtyard experience featuring games, prizes, and more! Then join us in our cabaret theater for a film showcase of short films written and created by locals. The night will end with a showing of Nightmare Before Christmas on Halloween, and Coco November 1st and 2nd.

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November 11 - November 21

Directed by Bruce Lanning
Written by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron.  Based on the book by Ilene Beckerman.

A play of monologues and ensemble pieces about women, clothes and memory covering all the important subjects -- mothers, prom dresses, mothers, buying bras, mothers, hating purses and why we only wear black.

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Youth Scholarship Competition 2021

This weeks Featured Winner

Nathan Spencer

First Place in Strings: Division I

Nathan Spencer has been studying strings for the past 5 years, since he was in 4th grade. He has experience playing at church, and in the Siouxland Youth Symphony and Siouxland Symphonette, and had a solo in the Granite Mountain orchestra. He also received Superior ranking in the Violin Solo event of Federation last year. Nathan says: "I enjoy playing the violin very much and will play in college and also hopefully will continue with an orchestra as an adult."

Gratitude goes out to our judges: Dr. Jamie Watts, Noelene Patterson, Christine Scott (Visual Arts), Kristen Drathman (Drama, Musical Theatre), Albert Grijalva (Strings, Winds Brass & Percussion), Christy Welty (Classical Voice), Steve Hilderbrand (performing arts judge coordinator. Thank you to all who helped us make the competition happen this year.

🎉🎨 Keep an eye on our website so see a new featured winner weekly! 🎉🎭

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With the status of Covid response resources changing daily, could you use help setting up your vaccination appointments, scheduling a ride to the clinic, and more? Our Volunteer team is ready to assist you and yours. Fill out the form below to let PCA Serves know how we can help you.

You can also call us: 928-445-3286

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If you have tested Covid Positive. . .

The Greater Yavapai County Coalition has created a program to deliver Covid Relief boxes to members of our community with Covid. You can learn more about the boxes in the 5enses article: Supporting Each Other Through Covid.

Prescott Center for the Arts Receives an Anonymous Donation for $3M.


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.”