Built with community support and with the spirit and physical stamina of a barn-raising effort--Cloverdale Performing Arts Center enjoys bringing to the stage each year scores of productions and events in northern Sonoma County's wine country.
Hard-working board members meet twice-monthly to coordinate events, raise necessary funding, and manage staffing and creative components in an effort to present delightful experiences to local audiences. Each theatrical play is underwritten by an amazingly generous group of local patrons, as well as by individual donations provided by citizens and local businesses.
Additional promotional funding is supported by Sonoma County Board of Supervisors.
Players, actors, directors, set makers, costume designers, and makeup teams work mostly for the love of the craft. It takes a village, and this village comes together to bring the spark of live cultural enhancement far away from the bright lights of an urban setting.
We hope you enjoy each experience inside this 99-seat venue which has been constructed and maintained lovingly for all who come together in the spirit of community--now, and for generations to come.
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Voice Messages are monitored within 24 hours.
During active event periods, our voice mail is monitored more frequently.
Voice Mail Service: (707) 894-2214 - monitored within 24 hours.
For TICKET EXCHANGES: See instructions below for sending an email.
To exchange tickets, please email us via the box procedure above and include the following information :
1. your name
2. the date and name of the performance for which you currently hold tickets
3. your original order number (if you have it).
4. the date for which you would like your tickets to be exchanged
- COURTESY REMINDER -
* * PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY - We request that our guests arrive early to be seated prior to performances.
Late seating is not guaranteed.
In respect for our performers and audience members, please refrain from wearing excessive fragrances or talking.
Photography of any kind is prohibited in the theater during performances.