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. We are constantly looking at the pandemic numbers and making arrangements to keep everyone safe. These arrangements can include shifting the location of cabaret tables around to accommodate distancing. When you arrive at the theater, our House Manager will help you find your seats.

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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Sunday Evenings

Enjoy the art of film the way it was meant to be experienced!

Showing in May: 5/9: The Last Picture Show; 5/16: Chinatown; 5/23: Junior Bonner; 5/30: Minari

$10 a ticket. Enjoy popcorn and drinks while you watch the film!

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May 27 - June 6

A two-act Penny Dreadful by Charles Ludlam in the style of his "Theatre of the Absurd", The Mystery Of Irma Vep is a satire of several theatrical and film genres, including Victorian melodrama, farce, and the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock film Rebecca.

"Far and away the funniest 2 hours on a NY stage...What more meaningful gift could Ludham give (audiences) than to leave them eternally laughing" - New York Times

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Youth Summer Programming 2021


Directed by Kelsey Claire

Auditions Saturday, May 15th at the PCA Cabaret. Find more info and sign up here!

Youth Scholarship Competition 2021 Winners

The winners are in! Congratulations to all the outstanding young creatives who places in the 39th Annual Youth Scholarship Competition. And thank you to all who entered. We are thrilled to be part of your journey in the arts, and cannot wait to see what more you do with your talents. 🎉🎭🎨

Check this spot to see a new winner, chosen at random, spotlighted weekly!

Visual Arts: 2D Division I

First Place – Malia Romero

Second Place – Julia Sadowski

Third Place – Evelyn Wumser

Creative Force Award – Airam Hurtado-Castro

Visual Arts: 2D Division II

First Place – Celeste Stout

Second Place – Ruth Dailey

Third Place – Lydia Strom-DuBord

Visual Arts: 2D

First Place – Jayden Grams

Second Place – Robby Grams

Drama: Division I

First Place – Sophia James

Drama: Division II

First Place – Ariella Centeno

Second Place – Lily Grubert

Piano: Division I

First Place – Nathan Spencer

Second Place – Eden Carman

Third Place – Clara Spencer

Creative Force Award – Annabelle Williams

Piano: Division II

First Place – Joseph Spencer

Second Place – Sedona Ortega

Third Place – Ivy Bosley

Creative Force Award – Cheyenne Peterson

Strings: Division I

First Place – Nathan Spencer

Second Place – Micah Steverson

Strings: Division II

First Place – David Wauters

Second Place – Joseph Spencer

Third Place – Haley Lynch

Winds, Brass & Percussion

First Place – Luke Moore

Second Place – Shaelyn Braithwaite

Third Place – Sierra Lynch

Musical Theatre: Division I

First Place – Alex Castangar

Second Place – Nathan James

Third Place – Sophia James

Musical Theatre: Division II

First Place – Lily Grubert

Second Place – Norah Steverson

Third Place – Ashlyn Braithwaite

Creative Force Award – Ariella Centeno

Classical Voice: Division I

First Place – Sophia James

Classical Voice: Division II

First Place – Lily Grubert

Second Place – Norah Steverson

Third Place – Ariella Traub

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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.”