Now Showing Oct. 21st – Nov. 6th

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The award winning Broadway production by Edward Albee comes to the VPA stage on Friday, October 21st.  Join George, Martha, Nick and Honey as they explore relationships and expectations – both fulfilled and unfulfilled.  Come see for yourself why this intense drama has received critical acclaim throughout its illustrious history. Click on the show logo for more information. Mature subject matter.

S41 Renewal

Season Tickets still available by calling our office and tickets for each show are available online 24/7

The best deal around is still Season Tickets at VPA.  Make sure that you have a reserved seat for each of our seven shows and never wonder if there will be a seat available for you and your family or friends.  Our season is full of comedy, drama, mystery, and an Alaskan Premiere!

Call our office today at 373-0195 and let us help you find the best seats available.  As always, tickets for our individual shows are available 24/7 by clicking the link above or clicking the link on each show page.

Come join the fun!

A huge THANK YOU to all of our generous sponsors, donors, volunteers, and guests that made our 2016 Annual FUN-raiser such a wonderful success.  We’re already looking forward to next year!

Welcome to Valley Performing Arts!  We’re celebrating Over 40 years of providing quality live theatre to our community and we’re rolling out the Red Carpet just for you!  From our humble beginnings in the Colony Lutheran Church in 1976, VPA has grown to become a true community asset for thousands of people each season.  Whether it was Harvey, Our Town, Anne of Green Gables, The Wizard of Oz, The Marvelous Wonderettes , or The Hallelujah Girls, the dedicated volunteers, staff and board members of VPA have been committed to making sure that you, our theatre partners, have an enjoyable experience.  Through the years, VPA has been fortunate to have the financial support of many faithful sponsors, advertisers, and other private funders and we appreciate the theatre partnerships that have become such an integral part of the success of our organization.  We’ve been blessed for over forty years and are looking forward to the next forty!  Whether you’ve been a patron for years or are coming to Valley Performing Arts for the first time, please accept a warm welcome and our appreciation for choosing to make us a part of your life.

Garry Forrester VPA Executive Director Call me anytime. 373-0195