Cloverdale Performing Arts Center
A new 99 seat theater is under construction on Cloverdale Boulevard. The Cloverdale City Council spent $1.8 million on redevelopment funds for the venue. It is expected to be ready for the opening of the season in the fall. The Performing Arts Center of the Valley is a clean, modern and well appointed facility. It also offers a great line of sight from all seats. The venue will be a prime location to stage a variety of events and concerts.
Cloverdale Performing Arts Center is a non-profit organization that seeks to enhance the community through the performing arts. They are seeking an Artistic/Managing Director. Their current head honcho, Yave Guzman, declined the offer. The center does a decent job of generating approximately 530,000 dollars in annual revenue. However, the organization is not without its share of financial challenges. They are seeking donations to help meet operating costs. This may prove to be a difficult task, as their volunteer base is limited to twelve people. Luckily, a number of other organizations have stepped in to help. They include the City of Cloverdale, Cloverdale Downtown Business Association, and the Chamber of Commerce of Central California.
There are a number of social media based entertainment programs currently in use at the center. The site even has a “make-up Monday” wherein a series of make-up tutorials will be featured. The best part is that it isn’t limited to just local performers; artists from across the country will have a chance to display their mettle. The theater is a state of the art venue for the performing arts, and the talent level is not lacking. If you’re in the market for a performance venue, the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center is worth a look. There are few better ways to enjoy a fine meal and a good show than by attending one of their many productions. Whether you’re looking for the latest musical or comedy act, a concert or a spooky ghost story, the CPAC can provide all the ingredients for an evening to remember.