At the Princess Theatre

Painting Churches

A “tender comedy.”

A daughter arrives to paint a portrait of her father, a distinguished poet on the cusp of senility, and her mother, a bitter, funny, devoted wife, just as they are preparing to move from their long-time home. Laughs and tears make this a play you will long remember.

Directed by Rick James and starring Naomi Alhadeff, Candace Andrews and Gene Carbaugh.

Rated PG. All VTC plays have a Sunday matinee this year!

Performances are April 28, 29, May 5 & 6 at 7:30 pm, April 30 at 2:30 pm. Tickets are $12 Adults and $10 Seniors/Students, or $13 adults and $11 seniors/students online for all performances (includes online convenience fee). Tickets purchased online will be available for pick-up at Will Call in the Manager’s office each Thursday and Friday between 10 am and 2 pm, or 1 hour before show time in the Green Room.

Doors and Box Office open 30 minutes before show time and the Green Room opens 1 hour before show time with local wines and microbrews available for purchase by the glass. Arrive early, and don’t be late for the show!

Online Ticket Sales will close no later than 2 pm the day of the show. Remaining tickets for that show will be available at the Box Office 30 minutes before curtain, unless otherwise noted.

No Refunds. No Exchanges.

SEASON TICKET HOLDERS – Please visit a ticket outlet, or call 509-786-2180 to purchase your tickets!

Valley Theater Company’s Ticket Outlets are:

and online at https://squareup.com/store/valley-theater.

A Mother’s Guide to Suicide Prevention

6:30 pm, Thursday, May 4th

Join us as Prosser resident, Kimberly Starr, shares her story and insights regarding suicide. Kimberly’s son died by suicide and her journey to healing includes bringing awareness and encouraging education and conversation.  Doors open at 6 pm, and the presentation will begin at 6:30 pm.

We encourage parents to bring their teens as we want to help facilitate the beginning of the conversation about suicide and mental illness. (13 and older)

You may be surprised at how many of our youth have already had discussions with their peers about this subject and it’s important they have a space to hear some truth and address concerns or questions they might have. Dana Smith, licensed clinical social worker and owner of Smith Counseling Services in Sunnyside, will be present as well.

Ms. Starr and Mrs. Smith would like to thank Prosser’s Princess Theatre for their support and for kindly donating the space for this event.

Missoula Children’s Theatre

May 15th-20th

The Prosser School District and Missoula Children’s Theatre invite all students currently in grades Kindergarten – 8th grade residing in the Prosser School District to audition for The Princess and the Pea. Auditions will be held Monday, May 15th at the Princess Theatre at 3:30. If cast for the show – rehearsals will be every night (depending on part), with performances on Friday, May 19th at 7:30 and Saturday, May 20th at 1:00. Questions? please email: sue.seversonbray@prosserschools.org. There is no cost to participate.  (More information)

Prosser Conservatory of Theatre for Children

July 17th-29th 

Prosser Conservatory of Theatre for Children is a two week long Summer Camp for kids ages 8-14 interested in the performing arts. Cost is $125 per student.

This gives your child a chance to perform on stage, and learn all about theater.  This year’s production will be “The Girl with the Golden Locks” by Brian D. Taylor.!

Registration is now open at https://prosserctc.wordpress.com/. Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/444053855926804/ then Click on “Interested” so that you can get all the updates.

If you have any questions just send PCTC a message through Facebook!

 

2017-2018 Season Tickets Available Soon!

Private Events 

If you would like to inquire about booking an event at the Princess, please call the Theatre at (509) 786-2180 or email manager@theprincesstheatre.net for information and prices. Please leave a message — we will call you back!