Pioneer Center For The Performing Arts

cpaThe live performing arts are always exciting and the Pioneer Center in Reno Nevada provides the community with excitement and entertainment to rival all others. Not only are the performing arts fun to watch but they provide positivity in lives of those involved. Studies have indicated that involvement in the performing arts can lead to academic achievement and community involvement preparing those involved for future success. Whether a performer or an on-looker, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts has something for you.

What: Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts

Where: 100 S. Virginia Street, Reno, NV 89501

About

A private, non-profit cultural organization, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts is the largest performing arts facility in northern Nevada. Listed in the Nevada State Register of Historic Places as well as the National Register, the 1,500-seat venue strives to facilitate some of the highest quality performing arts programs in northern Nevada. As host to over 100 events annually, the center draws over 150,000 people from the Reno, Sparks, and rural areas on a yearly basis. Home of the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and A.V.A. Ballet Theatre, the center also hosts its own Broadway Comes to Reno series.

The center’s Pioneer Center Youth Programs reach out to community youth by providing a variety of educational programs to excite and nurture a love for the performing arts. Involvement in the performing arts promotes team-work, creativity, confidence, perseverance, and more. The cultural and community benefits are far reaching.

Broadway Comes to Reno

The Center for the Performing Arts Program Broadway Comes to Reno presents:

Guys and Dolls – March 6th  through 8th

Chicago-The Musical – April 24th  through 26th

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