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Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

We dream, create, craft and present delightful theatrical experiences!
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Monday, October 26th: Chapters 1-5

Tuesday, October 27th: Chapters 6-10

Wednesday, October 28th: Chapters 11-15

Thursday, October 29th: Chapters 16-19

Friday, October 30th: Chapters 20-23

Saturday, October 31st: Chapters 24-27

October 31st-Nov 5th: VOTE for your favorite chapter!

November 7th: Winners Announced!

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While the theater is dark for the balance of 2020, we have undertaken some social media entertainment, all of which can be viewed on our YouTube channel. 

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We are definitely not offering any entertainment in the theater for the remainder of 2020. We continue to be hopeful for in theater plays and entertainment in 2021.

We are planning some short one or two person online plays in the near future. Stay tuned for more on this topic!

For those who have purchased tickets for performances through the balance of 2020, following are your options:

  • Hold on to your ticket as it will be valid for the future performance

  • Please consider donating your ticket back to the theater if you are unable to attend. Your donation is very much appreciated.

  • If you would like a refund, please email: office@cloverdaleperformingarts.com and we will refund your ticket to the credit card on file or mail a check.

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artistic managing director

& front of house manager 

Yavé Guzman

Artistic Managing Director

Mary Dixon

Front of House Manager

become a donating member!

We'd be very grateful to have your support!   Cloverdale Performing Arts Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and operates substantially by the generosity of our donors, sponsors and community.


Thank you for considering us in your donation planning. 

We couldn't make all this happen without you!

S T A T E M E N T   O N   I N J U S T I C E 

Doing the right thing does not mean simply saying what everyone wants to hear. It means continuing to offer a welcoming environment to everyone in the community, it is believing in and working for social justice. 


Cloverdale Performing Arts Center has been, and will continue to be, a safe place for everyone and an open theatre which welcomes the entire community. We will continue to strive to be inclusive in all aspects and performances, and to make our best efforts to broaden the range of productions and offerings at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.


CPAC has condemned and always will condemn injustice, racism, violence, and discrimination of any kind.

Yo Ho Ho, A Pirate's Christmas!  -  December 2018
"True West"  -  May 2018
"Nutcracker, the Musical"  -  December 2017

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P O Box 3, Cloverdale CA 95425


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