Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ
PCA celebrates our Nation's Birthday with two extraordinary one-man performances.  July 12 & 13: TEDDY ROOSEVELT  (mainstage) and July 26 & 27 WALT WHITMAN (Stage Too).  Information is below.
  PCA Presents!  




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A Sizzlin' Summer of

Sumptous Shows

WALT WHITMAN (one-man show)  July 26 & 27 (3 performances)








Thanks to our Charter Auxiliary, our mainstage has a NEW swamp cooler to keep you wonderfully comfortable during all warm-weather shows!


Performed by John Slade

July 26 7:30pm & 26 & 27 at 2pm

in Stage Too


Based in part on Whitman's 1870s Chautauqua Tent Circuit lectures, and drawn from his poems, articles, and documented remarks, "I Sing Walt Whitman" celebrates his life, his poetry, and his startlingly modern worldview. Whitman considered Leaves of Grass a new Bible, and his poetry takes on new vitality set in a folk and gospel-music landscape. That's right. In this incarnation, Walt actually sings.   You're invited to explore this link to read more about the show, see a short video clip, and read the endorsements at the end proclaiming Brother Walt is back in the zeitgeist.  

Pictured:John Slade as WW