Queen Creek Performing Arts Center

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Queen Creek Performing Arts Center The Queen Creek Performing Arts Center (QCPAC) calls itself the "Best Kept Performing Arts Secret in Arizona." The QCPAC's goal is to produce exciting, high-quality shows at an affordable price.

Spacious and luxurious, the Center is a fully-equipped professional theater with maximum seating for 777. A wide spectrum of events are presented on the stage including dance, theater, jazz, classical recitals, lectures and the large projection screen makes the space a perfect for film/video screenings, meetings, and more.

As a venue for artists, included in the facility-use fee for the Theater space are all elements of a basic lighting grid (general white wash), and a built-in, speech-level PA system. Dressing areas are available.

Address: 22149 East Ocotillo Road
Phone: 480-987-7469
Fax: 480-882-1276
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