Now Playing on the Children’s Theater Stage…

June 30th, 2024

Book & Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Music by George Stiles
Directed by: Scott Garvin


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* Relaxed Performance (For details click HERE)

Ticket Prices: Adults (ages 12 and over) – $15. Children (ages 3-11) – $10. Children (ages 2 and under) – Free. Buy tickets online by clicking here or at the door on the day of the performance with cash or check. All seats are general admission.
Group Rate: We do offer group rates for groups of 15 or more. The group rate is $13.00 for Adults (13 and older) and $8.00 for Children (3-12 years old). If you know of a group coming to one of your performances please contact
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All ages are welcome! This show is especially recommended for ages 5 and up.
Estimated Runtime: 2 hours with 15 minute intermission

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Coming Soon to the Main Stage…

June 16th, 2024

Reserved Seating
$20 Adult
$10 Student/Children
20% off for PCS Members
Season 112 Subscription Vouchers are NOT VALID for this show.
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Announcing Our 113th Season…

June 4th, 2024

Main Stage Productions

Sept. 13th – Sept. 28th
Oct. 25th – Nov. 9th
Dec. 20th – Jan. 4th
Jan. 31st – Feb. 15th
Mar. 7th – Mar. 22nd [2025]
Apr. 11th – Apr. 26th [2025]
May 23rd – Jun. 7th [2025]


Second Stage Productions

Oct. 4th – Oct. 19th
Jan. 10th – Jan. 25th [2025]
May 2nd – May 17th [2025]


Children’s Theater

Nov. 16th – Nov. 24th
Feb. 22nd – Mar. 2nd [2025]
Jun. 21st – Jun. 29th [2025]


Volunteer Spotlight: Allison Miller

May 27th, 2024

Pictured: Ed Robins (Tech Director) and Allison Miller

Some of us at PCS express our love of theater through our voices. Others share their talents through tap shoes.
For Allison Miller, expression comes through a miter saw.
Allison is the one of the valuable volunteers who shows up for every production, a set builder who – while she has no desire to appear on stage these days – creates the structures that put PCS audience members in awe. 

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In Memory of Kathleen Coll Senkow…

April 8th, 2024

The PCS Theater community is terribly saddened by the devastating loss of Kathleen Coll Senkow, who passed away suddenly on Friday, April 19th. Kathie volunteered at PCS Theater for more than 50 years and was an integral part of the fabric of our community, both artistically and administratively. She forged a new path for women in leadership positions at PCS Theater. Her accomplishments include:

  • Served multiple terms as a member of the Board of Governors;
  • Elected as President, Vice President and Secretary during separate terms while on the Board of Governors;
  • Served as the Second Stage Producing Director;
  • Chaired the Fundraising Committee, Centennial Celebration Committee, Audience Development Committee, and the Costume Committee, among others;
  • Integral participation on many significant fundraising efforts, up to and including a major grant from Quest for the Best in 2022.

Artistically, Kathie was a highly accomplished actress appearing in over 30 productions – most recently, in Three Tall Women, directed by her late husband, Bohdan Senkow. Attached is a picture of what she described as her favorite role at PCS Theater – Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Kathie rightfully earned her place on the PCS Theater Wall of Honor in 2022, joining Bohdan and becoming the second woman to earn that distinction. Collectively, there is a hole in our hearts, and she will be missed.
Please consider making a donation in Kathie’s name to PCS here: In Memory of Kathie Senkow.

Volunteer Spotlight: Karen Cook and Heather Timberman

March 25th, 2024

This is a story about two people who serve as the backbone of PCS – who manage the stage, design the lighting, organize concessions, run the house and – occasionally – share their talents as actor or director.
It’s also a love story.
Karen Cook and Heather Timberman (known collectively by some as “Timbercook”) are just two people – and one couple. But they accomplish the work of dozens at the theater. There really is not space in this story to list all their contributions since arriving at this grand space 17 years ago.

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