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PCA Theatre

The Plymouth Christian Academy Theatre program was founded in the righteousness of God and in performance-based excellence. Theatre & Dance students exhibit a strong sense of commitment to telling important stories recorded in plays, musicals, and other theatrical experiences. PCA offers middle school and high school theatre courses as well as a History of Film course for those more interested in theatre of the screen.

The theatre program strongly encourages academic study within the classroom as well as experience in the after school productions. Students of all backgrounds are welcome to get involved in PCA Theatre – to experience it for the first time and to keep coming back for more.

PCA Dance

Plymouth Christian Academy Dance is an exciting new program added to the PCA Fine Arts Department in 2017. Students interested in dance may enroll in the Choreography course, audition for the musical, and take trips to see professional performances throughout the year.

PCA Dance is firmly rooted in dance study as Christian artists and as human beings wanting to create through the unique expression of movement.



Join us for our IN-PERSON performance of The Phantom of the Opera!
We will be offering the following dates:

Thursday, April 22nd at 7 PM - Performance
Friday, April 23rd at 7 PM - Performance
Saturday, April 24th at 2 PM - Performance
Friday, April 30th at 7 PM - Performance
Saturday, May 1 at 2 PM - Performance
You can access tickets here:

A few things to note: 
Seating will be divided by General and Student/Senior pricing. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we will not be offering VIP seating. Instead, we will do our best to accommodate all parents as we can. We understand how important this show is for so many of you and we promise to do our very best in seating assignments.
Seating assignment information will not be available until the night of due to ticket sales.  You will be ushered to your seat after health screenings.
Masks are required. Anyone refusing to wear a mask, wearing a mask below their nose, or wearing a mask on their chin, will be asked to leave promptly.
There will be a list of protocols and procedures emailed to all ticket holders and posted around the narthex/auditorium. Anyone refusing to follow protocols will be asked to leave promptly.

Ticketing is VERY limited. 200 tickets can be purchased for each event. This will allow adequate distancing for families and friends.

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