Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ
 

The 2015 - 2016 Mainstage season begins Sept 10 with Mel Brooks' hilarious homage to early horror films, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, based on his outrageous cult film spoof of the same name.

 

NEED HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS?

PCA has partnered with Marriott Spring Hill Suites to assist you with hotel reservations at a discounted rate should you be travelling to Prescott from out of town and need a reliable and comfortable place to spend the night.  The hotel is located within easy walking distance (one block) from PCA and very close to the heart of downtown Prescott.

As with Dinner reservations, CALL THE PCA BOX OFFICE for hotel reservations, which are available at anytime during the 2013 - 2014 Season.  Currenty, the special discounted rate runs through December 2013.  If the discounted rate changes, it will do so at the turn of the year and the box office will have the new informaiton.

BOX OFFICE 928-445-3286

 

ENHANCE YOUR PLAY-GOING EXPERIENCE WITH A FABULOUS DINNER THEATRE PACKAGE !

PCA and Murphy's have combined forces to bring you a terrific Dinner Theatre package available for all PCA Events.

Dinner Theatre Menu has a choice of 4 entrees. 

$ 30.00 for Evening Performance (dinner only, per person)

$ 20.00 for Matinee (lunch only, per person)

Includes non alcoholic beverage, dessert, tax and tip.

For those who already have tickets, call the Box Office (445-3286) to add dinner or lunch to your theatre going experience.

Dinner service begins at 4pm, lunch service begins at 11am.  You may arrive for your meal when you wish, but plan your time accordingly.  We suggest you give yourself at least an hour for the meal plus time to walk to the theatre.

CALL THE PCA BOX OFFICE

for menu choices

and to make reservations

 

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE   

by Agatha Christie

  March 24, 25, 26, 31, April 1, 2 at 7:30pm   March 26*, April 2, 3 at 2pm   Auditions: Feb 2 & 3  *Easter is March 27 – no performance. The first matinee will be Sat March 26.

Directed by Parker Anderson

 

Eight guests, and two house-servants, who have never met each other, or their apparently absent host, are lured to a house on an island off the coast of Devon, England. Soon upon arrival, a mysterious voice accuses each of having gotten away with murder and then suddenly one drops dead...poisoned. One down and nine to go! The mystery and excitement never lets up in this Agatha Christie classic.

 

BOEING, BOEING  

by Mark Camoletti

(author of Don't Dress For Dinner)

May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 at 7:30pm  May 8, 14, 15 at 2pm  

Directed by Bruce Lanning

 

  In 1960's Paris, a man is engaged to three flight attendants who each live in his apartment during their layovers in the city. His friend comes to Paris for a visit and is caught up in the life of carefully scheduled chaos where everything goes wrong. The man's French housekeeper is the soul of reason in the center of this madness -- all of it taking place in an apartment that includes 7 doors. A classic farce performed at a breakneck speed. 

 

 

SOUTH PACIFIC  

by Rodgers and Hammerstein

June 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 at 7:30pm 

June 12, 19, 26 at 2pm 

Directed by Frank Malle

 

It's World War II and the US army has stationed a base on a South Pacific island. Soon, a young nurse, Nellie Forbush, falls in love with a middle-aged French plantation owner, Emile de Becque. The two have a troubled romance as Nellie slowly discovers the details of de Becque's past. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Cable arrives to head a mission to create a spy post on a Japanese-held island. Bloody Mary, the island souvenir dealer, sets Cable up with her daughter, Liat. After Cable refuses to marry the girl, Bloody Mary drags her away to find a new suitor. Soon, Cable must begin his dangerous mission. After considerable thought and pressure, de Becque agrees to be Cable's guide. In the end, Cable dies but de Becque survives and will live a life of happiness with Nellie.Winner of 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical & Score and only musical to win all 4 acting categories.Songs include classics: Some Enchanted Evening, There's Nothing Like A Dame, Younger than Springtime and Bali Hai. 


2015 - 2016 MAINSTAGE SEASON

NOTE: In the 2015 - 2016 Season, All Mainstage productions will now close with a Sunday matinee, adding one performance to each production.

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN    

Sept 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 7:30pm   Sept 13, 20, 27 at 2pm

Directed by Randy Faulkner

 

Frederick Frankenstein……………….J. C. Lawler

Inga……………………………..Daria Chlebcek  (sic)

Elizabeth………………………………Kristy Kennedy

Frau Blucher……………………………..Linda Miller

Igor………………………………………..Don Langford

The Monster…………………………….Sean Jeralds

Victor Frankenstein………....…………….Greg Fine

Inspector Kemp……………..…………..Frank Malle

Ziggy……………………………...……………….Porter

Blind Hermit………………….………...Carl Kennedy

Porter/Telegraph man………..………..David Perez

 

CHORUS

Carole Albrecht,    Janelle Devin,    Carrie Hughes

Ashley Lawler,    Katrina Martin,   Gabe O’Brien

Ashley Pollard,    Stan Reed,  Doug Suits,   Sandy Vernon

Sneak peek of the MONSTER in costume and makeup!

"He's going to be very popular!"

Based on Mel Brooks’ unqualified classic comedy film spoof of Mary Shelley’s novel of bringing the dead back to life. All of the kookie characters from the movie are brought to musical life as only Brooks can offer with outrageous sight gags, off-the-wall songs and general Brooksian lunacy. 

                                         

BAREFOOT IN THE PARK     

By Neil Simon

Nov 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 at 7:30pm  Nov 15, 21, 22 at 2pm

Directed by Jon Meyer

 

A romantic comedy featuring newlyweds (Paul and Corie Bratter) who learn to cope with life and each other.  The role of the mother (Ethel Banks) was originally played by Mildred Natwick with Kurt Kasnar as Victor Velasco.  There are 2 male minor roles.  The play opened on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre on October 23, 1963.  This was Neil Simon's longest-running hit, and the tenth longest-running non-musical play in Broadway history. 

The play was nominated for three 1964 Tony Awards,

and Mike Nichols won for Best Director. 

 

VANYA, SONIA, MASHA AND SPIKE  

By Christopher Durang

Jan 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 at 7:30pm    Jan 24, 30, 31 at 2pm

Directed by Catherine Miller Hahn

 

Nominated for six Tony Awards and winner for the Best Play of 2013.  Vanya and adopted sister Sonia live a quiet life in the Pennsylvania farmhouse where they grew up. Peace is disturbed when their movie star sister Masha returns unannounced with her twentysomething boy toy, Spike.  A weekend of rivalry, regret and raucousness begins! "Hugely entertaining . . . deliciously madcap" USA Today. "Breezy wit and satirical bite"  "Riotous! The kind of full-on comedy rare on Broadway.  Laugh out loud and repeatedly!" -- New York Post