IN THIS NEWSLETTER. . . PCA At Home, Youth Activities, Local Gallery Spotlight, Enjoy the Arts from Home, PCA Serves Update
What was your favorite show that PCA has put on in the recent past? Keep an eye on our YouTube Channel for more streams of our past productions! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see all of our newest uploads.

Coming up next, the production of Spamalot, directed by Bruce Lanning! Join Bruce in the live chat at the premier this week.

Sunday, May 10 at 7:00pm
PCA wants to provide performing arts online for you. Please fill out this quick survey and let us know what you think.
Kids: Inspire and uplift others through your art and talent. It's Easy! If you are in kindergarten through 8th grade, take a picture or video of your creative work and have your parent or teach submit it on our  Facebook  page (in comments with your picture or video, name, age, and city).
Weekly Submission is May 8 - May 15.
Animals are great friends and even more so over this quarantine. This week we as you to send you’re an art of your pet, to include pictures. Dress them up as a favorite Disney Character, do a charcoal drawing of them in your backyard, create a macaroni sculpture of their face. You choose the sky is the limit!

The Lion King Experience is an immersive arts education program that introduces students to many aspects of theater-making through the lens of The Lion King. Disney is thrilled to unlock all sessions of The Lion King Experience for you to explore at home!
Although this program is traditionally facilitated in a classroom setting, these instructions give you everything you need to explore theater on your own at home. And teachers: feel free to facilitate these lessons remotely as well! Have fun!

Mountain Artists Guild  is a 71 year old non-profit organization in Prescott, Arizona which is dedicated to providing education, support and training in all aspects of the visual arts through exhibits, workshops, scholarships, seminars and practical experience in the creation of artistic works. The Guild serves as a charitable vehicle through which artists and members may associate with others of similar interests, offering support and encouragement for the development of their artistic talents. For more information on the Guild, visit their web site:

Check out works from numerous local artists in their first online juried art show 'Color Play' at the link below.

Would you like to be a featured weekly artist in our spotlight?
Please contact Tina at All local artists are welcome.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn's rarely seen musical comedy By Jeeves will air on the The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel for 48 hours this week, beginning Friday, May 8 at 2pm ET/11am PT.

Based on the Jeeves and Wooster stories by P.G. Woodhouse, By Jeeves follows Bertie Wooster, a young gentleman about town with a penchant for getting himself into personal difficulties, particularly with women. It is inevitably left to his unflappable manservant Jeeves to provide elegant rescues.

Paul Gordon's  Emma , a musical based on the Jane Austen novel, will stream for free on on  Wednesday, May 6 Laura Osnes  and  Emma  leading lady  Kelli Barrett  will introduce the virtual viewing party starting at 6:45pm ET. The show will begin at 7pm ET.
PCA would like to thank all of the volunteers serving at Thumb Butte Medical Center in the flow of traffic and administrative portions of the testing process. These volunteers free up time for the medical staff to complete significantly more testing which is a vital service to the community.

Thank you to our mask makers, Nancy Lambert, Deanna Matson and Debbie Davey of West USA Reality who continues to sew 2 hours a day despite a full-time job. These ladies are dedicated to your safety and despite a shortage of masks at this time, we have still been able to provide masks to our staff and volunteers, workers at the food bank, Goodwill, senior living communities, and upon request to our patrons.

Special Thank you to Suzy Campbell, who has led our phone campaign along with Peggy Perkins. As always, the box office staff at PCA can adapt quickly to patron needs, and along with our many other volunteers have accomplished over 5000 calls to the community to asses needs while we are under stay at home orders.

We continue to call, comfort, sew, facilitate, deliver, sing, dance, serve and send you our best wishes.
We have several PCA friends and family who have teenagers graduating high school for 2020. We encourage you to consider adopting a local senior and making their graduation a little more special. Students wanting adopted can be located on Facebook!
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