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A New Name for the Future

We are proud to announce the official renaming of our arts center.  In the late summer of2020, an anonymous donor saved our organization from a very dire situation, perhaps even from closing our doors for good after 50 years of serving our community. This donation not only kept our organization alive, but has continued to sustain us while we recover. It also allowed us to dare to dream again!  Our capital campaign had been shelved for years due to the pandemic, however this amazing naming opportunity of a $3 million dollar donation has brought it back to life and three quarters to the finish line.  

In honor of this amazing philanthropist, we are proud to announce we will now and forever be known as Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts! (pronounced soozes!)

We are thankful for so much! The continued support from our patrons and community partners has been unprecedented and exhilarating to watch as we grow. We invite you to come along for the journey as we create a full service arts center our beautiful community deserves!

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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September 30 - October 10

Harold Pinter’s masterpiece is a powerful expression of the chasm between recollection and reality. Dealing with the “eternal triangle"—wife, husband and the wife’s lover—the playwright, with his customary inventiveness and subtlety, brings new insights to this timeless theme. Intended for a mature audience.

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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 JR. is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth.

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Personal stories of the strange and supernatural told on stage by the people who experienced them.

Free event with a $15 recommended donation which will goes towards our Youth Programs.

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Youth Scholarship Competition 2021

This weeks Featured Winner

Micah Steverson

Second Place in Strings: Division I

Micah has been studying strings for the past 4 years, playing in recitals and NFMC Festival. Micah had been studying privately and looks forward to an ensemble he can participate in. He wishes to continue his studies privately with opportunities to perform as he progresses.

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.”