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December 10 - December 12

2021 Holiday Concert

This truly unique and memorable musical experience captures the intimacy, joy and ensemble spirit of a holiday concert. Performances will feature a mix of some of SPCA’s finest talent, a fascinating story of the origins of St. Nicholas, along with a special surprise guest finale!  Come along and join us in this joyful celebration of the season right here in Arizona’s Christmas City!

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January 6 - January 16

Directed by Kevin Nissen

Two couples meet to civilly discuss a schoolyard squabble between their sons. Harmony quickly devolves into hostility when everyone’s inner child comes out swinging and the evening descends into hilarious, unmannered chaos. A savagely funny Tony award-winning Best Play that will leave you in stitches!

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Readers Theater

January 29 - 30

Directed by Candi Ford Snow

In LATER LIFE, a middle-aged man and woman meet again at a cocktail party and ponder beginning the relationship that eluded them 30 years ago. While the pair rediscover each other and themselves, a bevy of delightful guests rally behind them.

Performed as a Readers Theater. The show is free, but a $5 donation at the door is suggested. Thank you!

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Auditions are coming up for Readers Theater Later Life and That Championship Season!

Readers Theater Later Life - 12/13 & 12/14
That Championship Season - 12/22 & 12/23

Visit our Auditions Page on the website to find out more info, and fill out your audition form.

Youth Scholarship Competition 2021

Alex has been studying musical theater for the past 6 years in various productions, including Peter Pan Jr as Peter Pan, Matilda as Bruce, Wonderland as Tweedle Dee. His first role a walk on orphan in Annie at 4 years old. "After that I was hooked!", says Alex. He has also taken voice and piano lessons, and been part of theater workshops. About his future plans, Alex says, "I plan to keep learning and growing as a performer in this community. I'd like to work my way up to getting those bigger roles I've always dreamed of. I also hope to make new friends in the theatre community because that's the best part!"

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.

9/4/2020

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.”