2014 - 2015
PCA produces two Family Theatre productions each season in order to provide clean, uplifting entertainment which can be enjoyed by all ages. These productions are performed mostly by youngsters, but auditions are open to ALL AGES! One does not have to be under 18 in order to be in a Family Theatre produciton. Performances are scheduled for school and public audiences. To inquire about attending school performances (including home schooling families) call Suzy in the box office at 928-445-3286. See the "Auditions" page to learn more about auditions for these shows.
Photos below are from the 2013-14 Family Theatre productios of
THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE directed by Parker Anderson and DISNEY'S 101 DALMATIANS directed by Debra White.
THE BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER
December 18 - 21
Directed by Robert White
By Barbara Robinson
In this hilarious Christmas classic, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids--probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won't believe the mayhem - and the fun - when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on! This delightful comedy is adapted from the best-selling Young Adult book, and has become a holiday staple for theatre across the United States! Features plenty of great roles for children and adults, a few favorite Christmas Carols, and a lot of laughs!
"An American classic." - McCall's Magazine
"One of the best Christmas stories ever - and certainly one of the funniest." - The Seattle Times
THE MUSICAL ADVENTURES OF FLAT STANLY JR
May 7 - 10
Directed by Debra White
Lyrics by Timothy Allen McDonald and Jonathan K. Waller
Music by David Weinstein and Timothy Allen McDonald and Jonathan K. Waller and Stephen Gabriel
Book by Timothy Allen McDonald
Based on the beloved 1964 children's book
written by Jeff Brown, the stage version is a whirlwind musical travelogue, Stanley – the ultimate exchange student – scours the globe for a solution to his
unusual problem. He's stamped, posted and
cancelled from Hollywood to France to Honolulu and beyond. And whether he's thwarting a robbery
at the Louvre Museum in Paris, or “hanging ten”
off the coast of Hawaii, Stanley is closing in on his
goal of being a three-dimensional boy once more.