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Flex Passes
Upcoming shows
Creative Flow: Clay, Canvas & Cocktails
Creative Flow: Clay, Canvas & Cocktails
Must be 21 to attend

Choose one during each session:

  • Ceramics: items will be fired and picked app. 10 days after class

       ◦ 4 students min., 8 students max.

  • Painting: A canvas creation will be created and taken home that evening

       ◦ 4 students min., 12 students max.

Cost: $50 pre-paid, includes all materials and one beverage

Choose your medium – painting or clay – and enjoy a night of creativity and camaraderie! Ceramic projects and painting themes will vary month to month, so sign up for more than one session in a medium of your choice! See the website for specific detail each month.

Saturdays: 9/23, 10/21, 11/18, 12/9

6:00-8:00 p.m.

by Michael Grady

An angel of the Lord appears to Leonard Tchernik and tells the retired father of three that God wants an enormous Holiday lights display on his roof. By building it, Len will win divine favor and capture the true spirit of Christmas. But first, he must work a different miracle: getting along with his family.

Dec 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 at 7:30pm
Dec 10, 17 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

Polar Express Night (and Date Night for Parents)
Polar Express Night (and Date Night for Parents)
Ages 5-12

4 students min., 16 students max.

Cost: $35, pre-paid, includes all materials, snacks, and hot cocoa

Create a holiday tradition for your young believers and at the same time, parents can enjoy a special night out! Participants arrive at the PCA “depot”, get their ticket punched, make jingle bell bracelets, read the Polar Express, drink hot chocolate and treats, and create a train painting. A great way to get the family into the holiday spirit!

Saturday, 12/16

5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Prisoner of Second Avenue
The Prisoner of Second Avenue
by Neil Simon

This classis play, written in 1971, by one of the world’s most celebrated, and widely performed playwrights, still resonates today. Mel Edison has definitely had better days. The summer heat is unbearable, the air-con is on the blink, the noisy neighbors are driving him crazy, his high-stress job is about to vanish, and the television news is getting weirder by the second. Luckily Edna, his loving and supportive wife, is a beacon of hope and sanity. But not for long…! "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" is a comedy that also shows how a husband and wife can weather any storm as long they have each other’s love, support and a very big shovel.

Jan 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30pm
Jan 14, 21 at 2:00pm
In the Studio Theater

Arsenic and Old Lace
Arsenic and Old Lace
Written by Joseph Kesselring
Directed by Jim Pyduck

This famous comedy was a smash hit in New York and remains one of the most popular plays to this day! Drama critic Mortimer Brewster’s engagement announcement is upended when he discovers a corpse in his elderly aunts’ window seat. Mortimer rushes to tell Abby and Martha, only to learn that the two old women aren’t just aware of the dead man in their parlor, they killed him! Between his aunts’ penchant for poisoning wine, some wacky relatives—not to mention Mortimer’s own hesitancy about marriage—it’ll be a miracle if Mortimer makes it to his wedding. Arsenic and Old Lace is a classic black comedy about the only thing more deadly than poison: family.

Jan 25, 26, 27, Feb 1, 2, 3 at 7:30pm
Jan 28, Feb 4 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

Other Desert Cities
Other Desert Cities
Written by Jon Robin Baitz
Directed by Parker Anderson

Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs after a six-year absence to celebrate Christmas with her parents, her brother, and her aunt. Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family’s history—a wound they don’t want reopened. In effect, she draws a line in the sand and dares them all to cross it. “Astutely drawn…juicy and surprising.” —NY Daily News. “Power, passion, and superbly crafted palaver stippled with blow darts of wit—this is what Baitz does best.” —NY Magazine.

This show contains content and language which may not be suitable for all ages.

Feb 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 7:30pm
Feb 11, 18 at 2:00pm
In the Studio Theater

Crimes of the Heart
Crimes of the Heart
Written by Beth Henley
Directed by Jean Lippincott

The scene is Hazlehurst, Mississippi, where the three Magrath sisters have gathered to await news of the family patriarch, their grandfather, who is living out his last hours in the local hospital. Their troubles, grave and yet, somehow, hilarious, are highlighted by their priggish cousin, Chick, and by the awkward young lawyer who tries to keep Babe out of jail while helpless not to fall in love with her. Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. “From time to time a play comes along that restores one’s faith in our theatre…” —NY Magazine.

Feb 22, 23, 24, 29, Mar 1, 2, 3 at 7:30pm
Feb 25, Mar 3 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

The Last Five Years
The Last Five Years
Book, music, and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Michelle Grubert

An emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years, the show's unconventional structure consists of Cathy, the woman, telling her story backwards while Jamie, the man, tells his story chronologically; the two characters only meet once, at their wedding in the middle of the show.

A Drama Desk winner, The Last Five Years, has been translated into a handful of languages and was named one of TIME Magazine's ten best shows of 2001. A testament to the show's longevity, and spurred by the show's regional popularity, The Last Five Years enjoyed an Off-Broadway revival at Second Stage in 2013.

This show contains content and language which may not be suitable for all ages.

Mar 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 at 7:30pm
Mar 10, 17 at 2:00pm
In the Studio Theater

Sherlock Holmes: Final Adventure
Sherlock Holmes: Final Adventure
Written by Steven Dietz
Directed by Layla Tenney

The world’s greatest detective has seemingly reached the end of his remarkable career when a case presents itself that is too tempting to ignore. With his trusted companion, Doctor Watson, at his side, Sherlock Holmes pursues first the case, and then the affections of Miss Adler—and in doing so, marches right into the lair of his longtime adversary. In this spirited, fast-moving and thoroughly theatrical adaptation, Steven Dietz presents Holmes at the height of his powers—surrounded by all the elements that fans of his exploits have come to expect: danger, intrigue, wit, humor and surprise. “The game is afoot, Watson—and it is a dangerous one!" Winner of the 2007 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Play.

Contains content that may not be suitable for all ages

Mar 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 at 7:30pm
Mar 24, 31 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

The Lion King Jr.
The Lion King Jr.
Music and lyrics by Tim Rice and Elton John
Directed by Ashly Wolfe

Based on the 1994 Disney animated feature film of the same name and William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, The Lion King is the story of Simba, an adventurous and energetic lion cub who is next in line to be king of the Pride Lands, a thriving and beautiful region in the African savanna. The Pride Lands experiences a darkness and desolation from which only Simba can save the animals of the kingdom. Featuring classic songs from the film such as “Circle of Life,” “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King,” “Hakuna Matata,” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” The Lion King is a story and a spectacle about identity, family, and responsibility that is enjoyed worldwide by people of all ages.

Apr 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:30pm
Apr 14, 21 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Written by Edward Albee
Directed by Albert Hendeaux

George and Martha, the American theater’s most notoriously dysfunctional couple, have invited the young and naïve Nick and Honey over for drinks. What begins as harmless patter escalates to outright marital warfare, with the provincial newcomers caught in the crossfire.

We are thrilled to celebrate the 61th anniversary of the hilarious and harrowing play, arguably Edward Albee’s most famous and most vicious masterpiece. Winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play.

“This is a Big One.” —NY Journal-American.

“…a scorching, scalding, revealing and completely engrossing drama.” —Women’s Wear Daily.

“…a brilliant piece of writing.” —NY Herald-Tribune.

This show contains content and language which may not be suitable for all ages.

Apr 25, 26, 27, May 2, 3, 4 at 7:30pm
Apr 28, May 5 at 2:00pm
In the Studio Theater

Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
by Larry L. King and Peter Masterson, Music and Lyrics by Carol Hall

This happy-go-lucky view of small-town vice and statewide political side-stepping recounts the good times and the demise of the Chicken Ranch, known since the 1850s as one of the better pleasure palaces in all of Texas. Governors, senators, mayors, and even victorious college football teams frequent Miss Mona’s cozy bordello, until that Puritan nemesis Watchdog focuses his television cameras and his righteous indignation on the institution.

“A font of fun and friendliness, engagingly rich in regional nostalgia and spiced with delicate bawdry. The country and western score is a delight.” – Time

Appropriate for audiences aged 16 and up; strong language and adult situations.

May 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, Jun 1 at 7:30pm
May 19, 26, Jun 2 at 2:00pm
In the PCA Cabaret

Flex Pass now available!

Purchase now, choose your seats later

You can choose a set of 6 or 10 tickets for the 2021-2022 season in your Flex Pass. The tickets will remain as a credit on your account for the remainder of the season, so you can pick your dates and times whenever you like!
Note: Family Theater tickets are already discounted, so not part of the Flex Pass
Get your Flex Pass today for total savings of $40 for 6 tickets, or $70 for 10 tickets!

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Did you know that you can purchase a discounted ticket right before the show starts?

Student Rush Tickets are available 30 minutes before curtain, for 50% OFF!

Any seats that are still unclaimed at the time are up for grabs. Get a Student Rush Ticket at the door for any PCA show so you can still enjoy and support local arts when you're on a budget.

Pay What You Can Night

On the second Thursday of any PCA production, you can see a show for ANY price that works for you. Show up at the door and arrange a spot in any seats still open.

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Our Box Office is located in the new studio building facing Marina Street.
Open Tues - Sat from 11am to 3pm

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Anyone is welcome to audition for our productions. We look forward to seeing you on a PCA stage soon!

Performing Arts

Prescott Center for the Arts puts on a full season of performing arts productions every year. Community members can participate in a variety of ways: as actors, production crew, directors, and committee members, such as our Play Selection Committee

Readers Theatre

PCA's Reader's Theatre program is a great opportunity to get involved with theater, telling diverse stories in the simplest of theatrical fashions. It's the actors, the audience and the WORDS painting emotional images in the minds of the audience.

Script Submittal

Script Proposal Information for PCA's next season for Mainstage, Family Theatre, Reader's Theatre and​Prescott Summer Season.​

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Family Theater

Several productions allow for parents and their children to be in the production or work behind the scenes. The productions are considered family-friendly and a great way to have fun. Everyone is welcome to audition and attend these shows.  Shows range from your a beloved Disney Tale to new adaptions of the classics.