Performing Arts

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Located just outside Leavenworth, Washington, the ICCA campus is steeped in natural beauty and creative energy. This unique non-profit organization offers an opportunity for performers, students, and audience alike to experience world-class music performances,  retreat opportunities, and educational programs in a magnificent yet intimate setting. Programs include a year-round chamber music concert series, an International Chamber Music Festival and Institute, an Annual Piano Festival, a Youth Symphony and Summer Symphony, private lessons, and more.

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Mission Creek Players – Wenatchee

PO Box 5252 | Wenatchee, Washington 98801-5252

The Mission Creek Players exists to allow directors, actors and technical artists the opportunity to explore their art with traditional, classical and experimental theatre. Anyone can propose to direct or produce a play for our season. We encourage artists to get involved in current productions to get to know how the group works. We are all passionate about the art forms of theatre.

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Music Theatre of Wenatchee

233 B N. Wenatchee Ave. | Wenatchee, Washington 98801
509-662-7814

As the show must go on, there is always something to enjoy by the Music Theatre of Wenatchee. Comprised of volunteers, MTW selects and performs hit comedies, melodramas and thrillers. The season culminates with a spring musical production during Wenatchee’s Apple Blossom Festival.

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Numerica Performing Arts Center – Wenatchee

123 N. Wenatchee Avenue | Wenatchee, Washington 98801
509-663-2787

A testament to the Wenatchee Valley’s commitment to the arts, the Numerica Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee is a venue you might expect to find in a much larger community. Playing host to everything from local performing arts and civic events to national and international touring artists, the PAC of Wenatchee offers something for everyone in a 500-seat, intimate setting.  It’s mission is to bring together leadership and resources to:  1. Provide a performing arts center of excellence and 2. Educate, inspire, and celebrate the performing arts!  Discover one of North Central Washington’s treasures, and “Live Life Live!” at the Numerica Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee!

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Stage Kids – Wenatchee

529 Lower Sunnyslope Road | Wenatchee, Washington 98801
650 793 6176

Stage Kids WA (SKWA) Musical Theater Classes include drama, music and choreography. Learn from experienced teachers and performers while having FUN!

Our musical theater classes are focused on skill-development, not performance. They are not just for performers but for any child who wants to explore performing arts. Your child will learn how to express him or herself, gaining poise and self-confidence.  We encourage creativity and imagination!

Each session (Fall and Spring) SKWA offers a 4, 6, and 7 week theater arts classes to children & youth grades 1-8. These 30, 60 or 75 minute after-school classes will be held at the Numerica Performing Arts Center (PAC). During the final week of classes, students will display a portion of what they’ve learned by participating in a “Class Act” for their families.

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Town Toyota Center – Wenatchee

1300 Walla Walla Avenue | Wenatchee, Washington 98801
509-667-7847

With a maximum capacity of 5,000 people, the 137,000-square foot venue is the largest event center in Central Washington. The center hosts a variety of events throughout the year, many never before held in Wenatchee, including large conferences, concerts, theatrical productions, professional sports, trade shows, ice shows and more. Town Toyota Center is the home field for Wenatchee’s professional sports team The Wenatchee Wild, of the National American Hockey League (NAHL). Town Toyota Center is a state-of-the-art facility featuring a first-class audio system, digital signage, luxury suites and premium seats.

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Wenatchee Valley Symphony

33 North Mission | Wenatchee, Washington 98801
509-667-2640

Wenatchee Valley Symphony hosts not only Symphony Events; but also Performing Arts, Theater, and Art. Check the Symphony’s website for a list of upcoming and future events.