Prescott Center for the Arts Is Providing Service to Community, Entertainment, and Resources for Everything Art Related.

Dear Patrons,
Protecting the health of our audiences, artists, and production staff is our first priority. Due to the recent pandemic surge we will not be returning to live stage productions until it is safe to do so.  As we work hard to create the soonest and safest reunion, we continue to adapt the way we work to meet the unprecedented challenges of today.  Without ticket sales, this is not going to be easy. We ask for your support and investment in keeping the arts alive for our community. When the time is right, we will retake the stage.
Please help us restore tomorrow by donating today.
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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Coming Soon

Songs I've Always Loved

Created and Performed by Sandy Vernon

An experienced actor, singer, stage technician and music director, join Ms. Vernon and her trio as they share an hour of beloved songs  by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, Stephen Sondheim, and other great songwriters. Special guests will enliven separate nights with songs and comedy.

Red: A Play

Written by John Logan, Directed by Don Langford

Raw and provocative, RED is a searing portrait of an artist’s ambition and vulnerability as he tries to create a definitive work for an extraordinary setting.

Youth Scholarship Competition

Congrats 2020 Scholarship Winners!

Watch all the video submissions of the winners on our website now. Keep an eye out for info on the competition for 2021.
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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.”