Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ

Entering it's 8th remarkable year, and growing in leaps and bounds, PCA's Readers Theatre program is back for another great year of telling diverse stories in the simplest of theatrical fashions. It's the actors, the audiene and the WORDS painting emotional images in the minds of the audience. 

  Readers Theater  

Reader's Theatre is Admission Free

A Suggested $5 Donation is Great Appreciated


2015 - 2016

In its 8th Season!

The Readers Theatre Program continues to perform at the Prescott Valley Library and Chino Valley at the Senior Center.  Thank you to both of these hosts for assisting us in our quest to make high-quality theatre available to more people in the Quad-cities area.  If you're associated with an organization in the greater Prescott area and are interested in presenting Readers Theatre performances, please contact Jon at 541-0209.  




By David Mamet

June 2 - 4 at 7pm and

June 4 & 5 at 2pm in Stage Too   

Directed by Rob White

This scalding comedy took Broadway and London by storm. Here is Mamet at his very best, writing about small-time, cutthroat real estate salesmen trying to grind out a living by pushing plots of land on reluctant buyers in a never-ending scramble for their share of the American dream. Revived on Broadway in 2005 and 2012, this masterpiece of American drama also became a celebrated film which starred Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alec Baldwin and Alan Arkin.

"Crackling tension… ferocious comedy and drama." - The New York Times

"Wonderfully funny… A play to see, remember and cherish." - New York Post

Winner! 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Winner! 1983 Olivier Award, Best New Play
Winner! 1984 New York Drama Critics' Circle, Best American Play
Winner! 2005 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play







Talented Readers Theatre cast members deliver the dialogue using vocal intonation, facial expression and limited physical movement, with scripts in hand.  On a professional level, many playwrights and/or composers and lyricists of musicals hold similar readings of their work for potential financial backers. Directors look upon this form of theatre as a way to broaden their ability to reach out and “test the waters” in different styles of theatre and/or bring stories which, for various reasons, may not be suitable or logistically possilble to produce on stage.