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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts
    Descriptive info: .. 251 West Swanson, Wasilla, AK.. Box Office (907) 373-0195.. Home.. Performances.. Play Line Up.. Printable Show Schedule.. Show Archives.. Reviews.. Photos.. Rehearsal Videos.. Tickets.. Reserving Your Seat.. Ticketing Information.. Vouchers.. Seat Map.. Auditions.. Why Audition.. Audition Schedule.. Play Production Positions.. Get Involved.. Support VPA.. Meet Our Sponsors.. Thank You.. Summer Program.. Information.. Download Application.. About Us.. History.. Board of Directors.. Staff.. Annual Meeting.. Fundraising.. Theatre Rental.. Contact Us.. Contact VPA.. Map to VPA.. Welcome to Season 38!.. We re rolling out the.. Red Carpet.. in celebration of our commitment to enhancing the cultural and intellectual spirit of our community that began thirty-eight years ago.. from the unpadded wooden benches in Colony Lutheran Church to the cushioned seats in the Machetanz Theatre from.. Harvey.. ,.. Our Town.. ,.. The Wizard  ...   -.. Garry Forrester.. , VPA Executive Director.. Call me anytime.. 373-0195.. Don t be left out!.. Many of our theatre partners have already secured their seats in anticipation of the 37.. th.. Season celebration.. Simply click on the Performances link and then get your tickets now and we ll hold your seat for you!.. Catch the spirit of the theatre and pass it on.. an evening with VPA makes the perfect gift!.. Valley Performing Arts presents and.. promotes community participation.. in live theatre to enhance the cultural and.. intellectual spirit of the community.. VALLEY PERFORMING ARTS.. 251 West Swanson in Wasilla, Alaska.. Office: (907) 373-0195 Fax: (907) 373-0160.. Office Hours: Mon - Friday 9:00 - 3:00 (located in the house behind the theatre).. Valley Performing Arts.. All rights reserved.. Website Development..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Performances
    Descriptive info: Season Tickets.. Brigadoon.. September 6 - October 6, 2013.. Musical - Family $19 Regular $17 Students/Seniors Show Times: Fri.. & Sat.. 8PM and Sun.. 2PM.. Directed by Grant Olson.. Synopsis:.. In the Highlands of Scotland two weary hunters, Tommy and Jeff, lose their way.. As the two New Yorkers contemplate their predicament and bemoan their life back home, the mist rises in the glen to reveal the awakening village of Brigadoon.. This mystical village only appears for one day every hundred years.. Will the attraction of a simpler time and less hectic way of life lure them away for good or will the two men return to their modern, upscale existence in America?.. Murder on the Nile.. October 25 - November 10, 2013.. Murder Mystery - General Audiences $19 Regular $17 Students/Seniors Show Times: Thurs.. 7PM, Fri.. 8PM, and Sun.. Directed by Dave Nufer.. This is a classic Agatha Christie whodunnit!.. Simon Mostyn and his new bride, Kay Ridgeway-Mostyn, are on their honeymoon, traveling down the Nile on a paddle steamer.. Along for the ride are a former fiancé of Simon s (a woman who was also Kay s best friend), Canon Pennefather (Kay s guardian), and a host of other suspects including a rich, ill-tempered old woman with her niece, a German who nurses a grudge against Kay s father and Kay s maid.. Shots ring out and a woman is murdered - will Mr.. Pennefather find out who s guilty before someone else is killed?.. Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.. November 29 - December 22, 2013.. Christmas - Family $19 Regular $17 Students/Seniors Show Times: Fri.. Directed by Julie McCartney.. Inspired by a simple, poignant letter written over 100 years ago by 8-year-old Virginia O Hanlon to the editor of the New York Sun.. and by the timeless editorial response printed on the front page of the Sun.. Curious young Virginia wrote: Dear Editor, I am 8 years old.. Some of my little friends say there is no  ...   and raucous repartee, to get through the challenges of men, sex, marriage, parenting, divorce, aging and more!.. Pollyanna.. February 14 - March 9, 2014.. Comedy - Family $18 Regular $16 Students/Seniors Show Times: Fri.. Directed by Suzanne Hermon.. This is the delightful, classic tale of the greatest optimist of all time: Pollyanna.. It s the story about a little girl s faith in a promise that her father made: that you can find something good about anything that happens.. Her steadfast belief guides her through circumstances that most adults would find formidable.. Pollyanna becomes an orphan and she is placed into the care of her purely pessimistic and domineering aunt.. She meets many new people after she settles in with her aunt - all lives are touched by the little girl with the big heart and endless supply of hope.. The Marvelous Wonderettes.. March 28 - April 20, 2014.. Musical - General Audiences $19 Regular $17 Students/Seniors Show Times: Fri.. Directed by Garry Forrester.. THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES is a cotton-candy colored, non-stop pop musical.. Be transported to the 1958 Springfield High School prom and meet the Wonderettes - four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts and voices to match.. Join these young women at their ten-year high school reunion to find out what changes have occurred in each of their lives.. A fun musical journey to learn about their lives, loves, heartaches and triumphs accompanied by the girls performing classic 50 s and 60s pop songs.. A magical and musical trip down memory lane great for all ages!.. See How They Run.. May 9 - 25, 2014.. Comedy - General Audiences $18.. Directed by Vanessa Warner.. What are a former American actor, a vicar s wife, a Russian spy, a Cockney maid, a visiting Bishop, and the town gossip doing in the vicarage of a small English town?.. Come see for yourself in this crazy British comedy that will have you laughing from start to finish!.. Show Archive..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Performances Archive
    Descriptive info: Performances Archive.. A glimpse into the history of Valley Performing Arts productions.. 1976-1977, Season 1.. The Plays At Pooh Corner.. , June 18 - 20.. , July 2 - 4 and Aug 26 - Sep 4.. Barefoot In The Park.. , November 19 - 27.. The Glass Menagerie.. , January 7 - 8.. It Takes A Wizard.. , April 1 - 3.. Curse Of An Aching Heart.. , April 26 - 30.. Hansel And Gretel.. , June 17 - 19.. 1977-1978, Season 2.. The Bad Children.. , October 28 - 30.. Skylark.. , December 8 - 17.. A Thousand Clowns.. , March 2 - 11.. , April 7 - 15.. 1978-1979, Season 3.. Oh Dad Poor Dad - Momma A s Hung You.. , Sep 22 - 30.. She Stoops To Conquer.. , Dec 1 - 9.. The Curious Savage.. , October 28 - Nov 6.. The Swinging Piper.. , February 22 - 24.. The Odd Couple.. , April 6 -14.. Oh Splendid Blackbird Pie.. , May 18 - 26.. 1979-1980, Season 4.. God A s Favorite.. , October 11 - 20.. The Mousetrap.. , Nov 29 - Dec 8.. Bus Stop.. , Jan 31 - Feb 9.. On Broadway.. , Feb 22 - Mar 1.. Absurd Person Singular.. , April 3 - 12.. 1980-1981, Season 5.. Angels In Love.. , Oct 11 - 20.. The Three Sisters.. , Nov 20 - 29.. This Music Crept By Me Upon The Waters.. If Men Played Cards As Women Do.. Diary Of Adam And Eve 3 one-acts.. , Jan 22 - 31.. You're A Good Man Charlie Brown.. , Mar 5 - 8.. Butterflies Are Free.. , Apr 9 - 18.. Levinger A s Trial.. , Jun 5 - 6.. 1981-1982, Season 6.. Colony Follies.. , Aug 28 - Sep 7.. The Fantastics.. , Nov 12 - 21.. A Touch Of The Poet.. , Jan 21 - 21.. Finian A s Rainbow.. , Feb 26 -27.. Overtones.. Black Comedy.. Trifles 3 One Acts.. , Mar 25 - Apr 3.. Boeing-Boeing.. , May 6 -15.. 1982-1983, Season 7.. Everybody Loves Opal.. , Oct 28 - Nov 6.. Mr Scrooge.. , Dec 9 - 19.. Chamber Music.. Cowboys sharp2.. Oh Splendid Blackbird Pie 3 one-acts.. , Jan 20-29 (and Apr 5 in Haines).. Night Of January 16th.. , Mar 24 - Apr 2.. They A re Playing Our Song.. , June 2 - 11.. 1982-1983, Season 8.. Sorrows Of Stephen.. , Oct 13 - 22.. Adaptation.. The Still Alarm.. The Company Claim.. The Mouse 4 one-acts.. , Dec 8 - 17.. Thriller of The Year.. , Jan 19 - 28.. Percival The Performing Pig.. Nathan The Nervous 2 one-acts.. , Feb 23 - Mar 3.. Under The Yum Yum Tree.. , Apr 19 - 28.. 1983-1984, Season 9.. Colony Days I.. , Aug 24 - Sep 3.. Celebration.. , Oct 18 - Nov 3.. Amphitryon 38.. , Jan 10 - 19.. sharp Thymus Vulgaris.. A Sunny Morning 2 one-acts.. , Feb 14 - 16.. House On The Cliff.. , Mar 7 - 18.. The Land Of The Dragon.. , Apr 18 - 21.. The Good Doctor.. , May 9 - 18.. The Phantom Tollbooth.. , June 19 - 22.. 1984-1985, Season 10.. Alaska A Few Stories.. , Oct 3 - 6.. Colony Days II.. , Oct 17 - 26.. The Ballad Of Davey McGee.. , Oct 31 - Nov 2.. The Last Great Onstage Radio Show.. , Nov 14 -16.. Rashomon.. , Nov 28 - Dec 14.. Stop The World AE I Want To Get Off.. , Jan 16 - Feb 1.. Picnic.. , Feb 20 - Mar 8.. Mr Pim Passes By.. , Mar 27 - Apr 5.. Two O A Clock Feeding.. , Apr 17 - May 3.. 1986-1987, Season 11.. The Final Act.. , Oct 2 - 18.. Amazing Grace.. Quintet In AueA A Garrett 2 one-acts.. , Nov 6 - 22.. Arsenic And Old Lace.. , Dec 4 - 20.. True West.. , Jan 15 - 31.. The Doctor In Spite Of Himself.. , Mar 5 - 21.. Playboy Of The Western World.. , Apr 9 - 25.. An Evening Of Fairy Tales.. , Jun 19 - 28.. 1987-1988, Season 12.. Petroleum Sunset.. , Oct 1 - 17.. Tilting With The Sky.. , Nov 5 - 21.. Wait Until Dark.. , Dec 3 - 19.. On Golden Pond.. , Jan 18 - Feb 3.. Li A l Abner.. , Mar 10 - 30.. You Know I Can A t Hear You When.. , Apr 13 - 30.. Once Upon A Clothesline.. , May.. 1988-1989, Season 13.. Pioneer Patchwork.. , Oct 13 - 16.. Working.. , Dec 1 - 18.. Tell Me You Love Me Junie Moon.. , Jan 20 - Feb 5.. You Can A t Take It With You.. , Mar 9 - 19.. Ladies In Retirement.. , Apr 20 - 30.. Tom Sawyer.. , Jun 8 - 18.. 1989-1990, Season 14.. Brown Bear Grill.. , Oct 5 - 8.. Da.. , Apr 19 - May 5 (at Colony High School).. A Family Gathering.. , Oct 12 - 15.. Of The Best Family..  ...   Dec 19.. The Flowers Of Shanandar.. , Jan 14 - Jan 30.. An Ideal Husband.. , Feb 18 - Mar 5.. The Dragon Of the Iditarod.. , Mar 24 - Apr 9.. Moon Over Buffalo.. , Apr 28 - May 14.. On Broadway Camp VPA.. Patchwork Camp VPA.. 2000-2001, Season 25.. Fiddler On The Roof.. , Sep 8 - Oct 8.. Gaslight.. , Oct 27 - Nov 12.. The Imaginary Invalid.. , Feb 16 - Mar 4.. Heidi.. , Mar 23 - Apr 8.. To Kill A Mockingbird.. , Apr 27 - May 20.. Crossing The Rubicon.. 2001-2002, Season 26.. The Rivals.. , Sep 28 - Oct 14.. Gigi.. , Nov 9 - Dec 9.. A Midsummer Night A s Dream.. Private Lives.. , Feb 22 - Mar 10.. Bugsy Malone Jr.. The Real Thing.. 2002-2003, Season 27.. The Boy Friend.. , Sep 6 - Oct 6.. Murder After Hours.. , Oct 25 - Nov 17.. Scrooge.. , Dec 6 - 22.. Catsplay.. Charley A s Aunt.. All My Sons.. Peter Pan.. , May 2 - 18.. A Broadway Review Camp VPA.. 2003-2004, Season 28.. The Sound Of Music.. , Sep 12 - Oct 12.. Stones In His Pockets.. , Oct 31 - Nov 16.. My Three Angels.. , Dec 5 - 21.. The Crucible.. Lost In Yonkers.. , Feb 20 - Mar 7.. Once Upon A Wolf.. , Feb - Mar (school tours).. Toad Of Toad Hall.. , Mar 26 - Apr 11.. Of Mice And Men.. , Apr 30 - May 25.. A Fish Story Camp VPA.. , Jun 21 - Jul 2.. 2004-2005, Season 29.. Sweet Charity.. , Sep 10 - Oct 10.. The Miss Firecracker Contest.. It A s A Wonderful Life.. Hot Aging Women.. The Frog Prince.. , Jan-Feb (school tours).. Caesar And Cleopatra.. , Feb 18 - Mar 6.. Godspell Junior.. , Mar 25 - Apr 10.. The Miracle Worker.. , Apr 29 - May 22.. 2005-2006, Season 30.. , Oct 28- Nov 13.. Oliver.. , Sept 9-Oc t 9.. Here's Love.. , Dec 2-Dec 18.. , Jan 13- Jan 29.. Much Ado About Nothing.. , Feb 17- Mar 6.. The Foreigner.. You A re A Good Man Charlie Brown.. , Apr 28 - May 1.. 2006-2007, Season 31.. Barefoot in the Park.. , Aug 18-Sep 3.. The Lion in Winter.. , Sep 22-Oct 8.. Dracula.. , Oct 27-Nov 12.. , Dec 1-Dec 17.. Beauty and the Beast.. , Jan 26-Mar 4.. , Mar 23-Apr 8.. Hot Aging Women 2 Never Desperate at Any Age.. , Apr 27-May 27.. 2007-2008, Season 32.. , Sept 7-30.. Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles.. , Oct 26-Nov 11.. Cheaper by the Dozen.. , Nov 30-Dec 16.. Return of the One Acts.. , Jan 18-Feb 3.. Red Carnations.. Blind Woman A s Bluff.. Wanted One Groom.. The Day After Forever.. Faith County.. , Feb 22-Mar 9.. Run for Your Wife.. , Mar 28-Apr 13.. Little Women.. , May 2-18.. 2008-2009, Season 33.. Love Sex and the I R S.. , Sep 5 - 28.. Dial M for Murder.. , Oct 17 - Nov 9.. A Christmas Story.. , Nov 28 - Dec 21.. A Spitfire Grill.. , Jan 16 - Feb 15.. Night of the Iguana.. , March 6 - 22.. Bad Year for Tomatoes.. , Apr 10-26.. Anne of Green Gables.. , May 15 - Jun 7.. 2009-2010, Season 34.. Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel.. , September 11 to October 4, 2009.. Agatha Christie's Spider's Web.. , October 23 to November 8, 2009.. Babes in Toyland.. , November 27 to December 20, 2009.. I Hate Hamlet.. , Janaury 15 to January 31, 2010.. Inherit the Wind.. , February 19 to March 7, 2010.. Barry Manilow's The Drunkard.. , March 26 to April 11, 2010.. The Secret Garden.. , April 30 to May 23, 2010.. 2010-2011, Season 35.. Pride and Prejudice.. , September 10 to October 3, 2010.. Blithe Spirit.. , October 22 to November 7, 2010.. King Island Christmas.. , November 26 to December 19, 2010.. Nunsense II - The Second Coming.. , January 7 to January 30, 2011.. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.. , February 18 to March 6, 2011.. A Little Princess.. , March 25 to April 17, 2011.. Bad Boys Gone Gray.. , May 6 to May 22, 2011.. 2011-2012, Season 36.. It Runs in the Family.. , September 9 - 25, 2011.. The Woman in Black.. , October 14 - 30, 2011.. A Christmas Carol.. , November 18 - December 18, 2011.. God's Favorite.. , January 6 - 22, 2012.. Twelve Angry Jurors.. , February 10 - 26, 2012.. The Wizard of Oz.. , March 23 - April 29, 2012.. The Trip to Bountiful.. , May 11 - 27, 2012.. 2012-2013, Season 37.. The Pink Panther Strikes Again.. , September 7 - 23, 2012.. Deathtrap.. , October 12 - November 4, 2012.. , November 23 - December 23, 2012.. Sense and Sensibility.. , January 11 - February 3, 2012.. CLUE The Musical.. , February 22 - March 17, 2013.. The Sting.. , April 5 - 21, 2013.. The Beverly Hillbillies.. , May 10 - 26, 2013..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Reviews
    Descriptive info: Some commentary about our productions.. Valley Actors Bring A Christmas Carol to Life.. Ahriel Porter The Frontiersman December 1, 2011.. As snow lightly falls upon the valley, so does the magic of Christmas spirit.. Tis the season for a classic! It seems as though.. A Christmas Carol.. by Charles Dickens has been portrayed in every way imaginable.. However, if you read the book you ll know that it is hard to find such a traditional version as performed by the Valley Performing.. Read complete review.. The Woman In Black is Chilling Ghost Story.. Ahriel Porter The Frontiersman October 17, 2011.. Just in time for Halloween, Valley Performing Arts has put together a chilling ghost story.. Imagine yourself caught in a horror movie, the characters have come to life and reality seems far away.. Arthur Kipps is sent to a small market town to appear at the funeral and organize the affairs of and elderly widow, Mrs.. Alice Drablow.. It s at.. Proof That Not All Bad Boys Go Gray.. Sean Talbot The Frontiersman May 17, 2011.. Imagine this: you re back in your favorite childhood place with your best friends and a chance to take a short break from life to remember the good ol days.. Got that in mind? Good.. is a dynamic musical about five aging-but-lively guys that meet up at the cabin of their youth to party, reminisce, and settle old scores with best friends.. Oh,.. Sean Talbot April 2011.. There are few things more powerful than a child s imagination.. This is  ...   of my favorite stories since I was in high school, and that I had high expectations for VPA s production.. I was not disappointed.. VPA's Nunsense II.. Sean Talbot January 2011.. The house was packed.. Nuns were running up the aisles with their eccentricities and glee.. The audience laughed and clapped along, high on the adventure.. In our laps laid Bingo cards, and in the back of every person s mind that night, a grasshopper was saying.. you re going to win something tonight!.. Sean Talbot 11/27/10.. Disclaimer: every year, when the holidays start to show up with the cold, I m usually the first to pass them off as hokey and commercialized - which gives me reason enough to ignore them entirely.. Within the first.. Enthusiasm sells sweet Valley 'King Island Christmas'.. Mike Dunham Anchorage Daily News 11/27/10.. King Island Christmas -- the musical based on the book by Jean Rogers, itself based on a true story of Alaska Native village life in 1951 -- has been reeling in friendly reviews around the country since its 1997 debut in Juneau.. A CD of the show indicates that the lyrics by Deborah Brevoort -- a.. Sean Talbot 10/23/10.. Doing research for a book, the author Charles Condomine (played charismatically by Ted Carney, a longtime VPA actor) invites a psychic into his home to perform a séance, much to the amusement of hi wife and friends, his co-conspirators.. When Madame Arcati, the communicator to the dead (Bonnie Honkola), shows up in all her eccentricity and flare and commences..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Rehearsals at VPA
    Descriptive info: Rehearsals at VPA.. Click on a show link to take you to a YouTube video of a rehearsal scene from a recent Valley Performing Arts production.. Valley Performing Arts Videos.. Carousel.. A Bad Year for Tomatoes.. The Spitfire Grill.. Love, Sex and the IRS..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Reserving Your Seat
    Descriptive info: Purchase Online.. Season Ticket Form.. Night at the Theatre.. Thank you for your interest in attending a Valley Performing Arts production.. Our performance season runs from September through May each year.. During this time we produce seven plays and bring you a variety of shows dramas, comedies, musicals, Christmas and family friendly productions.. VPA performances are on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8PM and Sunday matinees at 2PM.. Below are many ways to purchase a ticket and save some money:.. BUY TICKETS ONLINE.. Individual tickets go on sale after July 15th each year.. Click.. above to order your tickets for any VPA performance.. This link will allow you to select a specific play, choose the date and reserve the seats that you want.. In order to reserve your tickets online, you will need to provide a major credit card.. VPA will have your tickets for you at the Ticket Counter in the lobby of the Machetanz Theatre the night of your performance.. There is a nominal fee for using this service and it will be charged to your card.. BUY TICKETS OVER THE PHONE.. Tickets may be purchased with the assistance of a member of our staff over the phone with a credit card by calling 373-0195.. The VPA office is open Monday through Friday from 9AM to 3PM.. SEASON TICKET DISCOUNT.. Becoming a season ticket holder is the most economical way to enjoy the quality theatre performances that VPA provides.. Click on the.. link above to download the form.. The form can be mailed to our office, returned via fax, or you may drop the  ...   orders are processed after that date in the order they are received at our office.. The VPA SEASON TICKET DISCOUNT is available through December and is prorated depending on the number of plays they include.. GROUP DISCOUNT.. VPA provides group discounts to any of our performances when you have 10 or more individuals attending a show.. Please call our office at 373-0195 to reserve your group tickets.. SENIOR /YOUTH DISCOUNT.. All VPA show prices reflect a discount to seniors (65+) and youth (infants through high school).. STUDENT RUSH DISCOUNT.. Five minutes prior to any scheduled performance, any available seats may be offered to students at a discount.. VPA discounts the regular adult ticket prices by 50% to youth that have a valid student identification (grades k to 12).. This discount is subject to seat availability.. Please check with our Ticket Counter staff to see if seats are available prior to the start of the show.. RESERVE A SHOW.. VPA provides a gracious discount when you reserve.. A Night at the Theatre.. link above for available show times.. An individual or organization can reserve an entire night for many of our performances.. When you reserve a show in this manner you receive 163 to 172 seats (depending on availability) and access to the lobby to promote your business/organization or to entertain your guests.. Invite your friends or sell the seats to raise money for your organization.. Reserve your night soon since performances are limited.. The VPA staff is available to coordinate the printing of your show tickets for.. Please call us at 373-0195 to reserve your show..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Ticketing Policy
    Descriptive info: Ticketing Policy.. Valley Performing Arts ticketing policies and Information for patrons.. Ticketing is available by calling our box office at (907) 373-0195, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, or 24 hours a day on our website.. Click here to purchase tickets.. Discounted Seating.. Seniors (65+) and youth (high school through infants) are discounted $2.. Season tickets must be renewed by June 30th to retain prior season seats.. Season tickets may be purchased through December for the discounted rates.. Season tickets will be processed in the order that they are received.. Refunds.. Valley Performing Arts does not give refunds for purchased tickets.. Refunds are not issued for unused tickets.. No-Show Seating.. Valley Performing Arts has the right to resell any empty seats for a performance if the patron has not arrived by the show start.. The patron is not entitled to a refund.. Exchanges.. Season Ticket holders can exchange tickets at least 24-hours prior to the performance date for a processing fee of $2.. 00 per ticket and  ...   children and babies, must have a ticket for admittance.. Parents with children crying during the performance need to move to the lobby for the courtesy of our other patrons.. Waiting List.. In the event of sold out performances, VPA offers a waiting list for patrons for any available no show seating.. To be placed on the waiting list, potential patrons must show up one hour before the show.. The ticketing agent will place your party on the waiting list, and if there are seats available five minutes prior to curtain we will seat the wait list.. There is no guarantee that there will be seats available.. There is no guarantee that the seats will be together.. The waiting list lasts for one performance only, and a new list will be started for each performance.. Student Rush.. Student Rush tickets are available to students up through high school age with valid identification.. Any available seats can be sold to students five minutes prior to show time at half the adult ticket price..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Vouchers
    Descriptive info: WHAT IS A VOUCHER.. ■.. A Voucher is like a Gift Certificate except for two things: is only available to.. businesses and it is paid for only after it is used.. When a voucher is handed out and the recipient does not call VPA to reserve their.. seat and use it, there is no charge to the business that ordered the voucher.. You will.. only be charged for vouchers that are redeemed.. A Voucher is designed  ...   or generic message to the recipient.. A Voucher may be used for any of our seven plays during our Season.. EXAMPLE:.. Two (2) tickets to any VPA play during our current season.. A Voucher can be limited to a specific play and a specific date.. One (1) ticket to:.. A little Princess.. - Saturday, March 26 at 8PM.. SUGGESTED REASONS TO PROVIDE A VOUCHER.. Employee Recognition.. Birthday Gift.. Client Benefit/.. Thank You.. Retirement Gift.. Christmas Present..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Seat Map
    Descriptive info: Seating at the Fred and Sara Machetanz Theatre..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Why Audition
    Descriptive info: If you have made it this far, then perhaps you ll go a little further.. Read on, and allow me to spend a few minutes encouraging you to take the next step to auditioning at VPA.. Many people are curious about what it is like to perform on stage.. Somewhere in the back of their mind they wonder if they could possibly do this and also wonder about the pros and cons of it all.. Rest assured, anyone can do this.. You can do this.. All it takes is for you to dabble your toes in the water for the first time.. VPA actively encourages new people to audition.. As a community theater, we depend upon new blood to keep us growing and alive.. Many directors actively recruit new people for that very reason.. And auditioning for a show isn t all that difficult or scary.. Many others have done it; so can you.. Come to an audition, if only to watch.. Perhaps after watching an audition and then the performance, you ll take the next step.. Look at VPA s website under Auditions and see what shows work for your schedule and then look at the cast requirements.. If you think you may want to try, but are still wondering if you  ...   and actresses all year.. 2.. Everyone at an audition wants you to do well.. Even those auditioning for the same role are cheering you on.. You are admired and respected just for trying.. 3.. Don t judge your talent or stage possibilities.. The director appraises auditioners objectively to determine the best mix of people and talents for their production.. 4.. If you don t receive a role, it doesn t mean you weren t great.. Each role brings an ingredient to the mix and the director needs to select the cast that blends the best.. 5.. Winston Churchill said it best, Never, never, never give up.. I personally know of one young lady who auditioned several times before she landed a role.. Since that time, I ve seen her in lead roles four times.. A VPA production brings together the most diverse group of people you could imagine.. In working towards opening night, whether your part is large or small, we become close friends and have the best of times together! And remember that while the risk of auditioning may seem huge, the payoff is much bigger.. If you have any questions about auditioning, please contact me at.. dvdtech@mtaonline.. net.. I am ALWAYS willing to talk theater with you.. Larry Bottjen,.. Artistic Director..

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  • Title: Valley Performing Arts - Audition Schedule
    Descriptive info: Auditions schedule and information.. Dates could be changed at the discretion of the director, so as the auditions approach, check the website for any changes.. Audition.. Cast.. Date.. Time.. Location.. Brigadoon.. (.. Audition Information.. ).. Cast List.. Sunday June 16th and Monday June 17th 2013.. Sun.. 2 - 5PM and Mon.. 6 - 9PM.. Murder on the Nile.. Saturday July 27th and Sunday July 28th  ...   a Santa Claus.. Saturday Sept.. 21st and Sunday Sept.. 22nd 2013.. The Dixie Swim Club.. Saturday Nov.. 9th and Sunday Nov.. 10th 2013.. 4 - 6PM.. Valley Performing Arts and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.. Pollyanna.. Saturday Dec.. 7th and Sunday Dec.. 8th 2013.. The Marvelous Wonderettes.. Saturday Jan.. 11th and Sunday Jan.. 12th 2014.. See How They Run.. Saturday March 1st and Sunday March 2nd 2014..

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