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Our History

In 2006 a group of Cloverdale residents had an ambitious plan—to bring new economic energy to a depressed downtown by building a performing arts center the whole community could enjoy. Everyone worked together,

gave what they could, and in 2010 the town celebrated the opening of its state-of-the-art, 99-seat theater—the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center (CPAC). Years later CPAC is still the flagship performing arts center Cloverdale set out to create. Its range of performances include theatrical productions, holiday shows, circus acts, comedy, world-class pianists and opera singers, classical ensembles, crossover cellists and rock bands. But one thing all these performers have in common? They love to perform in our jewel of a theatre!