Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ



How to find STAGE TOO:

The best way to find STAGE TOO is to enter the alley between PCA and the merchants on Cortez St between Willis and Sheldon. From the alley, Murphy's is on the far left (south) and Peregrine is on the far right (north).  Walk through the alley until you arrive at STAGE TOO, one door to the south of the freight entrance to Peregrine Books.  There will be signage to mark the location.

PCA is very grateful to Ms. Judith Hardes and to the Prescott Lowes for their generosity which is assisting PCA with making Stage Too possible.  PCA is also extremely appreciative to all of our AMAZING volunteers who have put in many hours and lots of physical labor making Stage Too a viable space for performers, students, and patrons.

Additional Contributors: MaryAnn and Allan Dutton, Art and Doris Winkler, Lindquist Realty, Anonymous.


2013 - 2014

Basin Lake Theatre Project presents:


A Community’s Response to Tragedy

July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 - 7:30pm evening performances

July 13 & 20 – 2:00pm matinee performances

in Stage Too      Tickets: $20

Basin Lake Theatre Project is proud to present the premier performance of The Fence, a new work by musician, actor and playwright Ered Matthew. The play is directed by Julie Chavez Harrington, and the company is composed of some of the Prescott area’s most talented actors. The Fence tells the story of the spontaneous memorial that appeared following the loss of nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew on June 30, 2013. The play presents the stories behind some of the 9000 items that were left in tribute and the 3000 letters of condolence sent to Prescott from around the world. It tells of the vast community response and explores the personal “fences” many of us must face and overcome in our daily lives.


Press Night/VIP Preview Tuesday, July 8

Private Performance for members of the Firefighting Community Tuesday, July 15 (Complimentary tickets for this performance available through representatives at Prescott Fire, Chino Fire and CYFD).

Opening Night Reception (July 10) following the performance.

The play is written in two acts and will be performed without intermission.


Julie Chavez Harrington, Kelsey Diefendorf, Allie Kate Elliott, Frank Malle, Ered Matthew, Melanie Sapecky, Matt Simper

Set Design: Ered Matthew

Production Artwork: Lisa Lanning
Lighting Technician: Joseph Hough

Basin Lake Theatre Project is grateful to Executive Director Jon Meyer and Prescott Center for the Arts for their generous assistance in the presentation of this production.