Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre
Since its Grand Opening in April of 1993, the Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre has hosted a variety of activities, including:
• Popular headlining entertainers
• Symphony and chamber music
• Dance–including ballet, ethnic, modern, jazz, and children’s productions
• Live theatre–including musicals, dramas, one-man shows, and children’s theatre
• Business meetings and community events
Among the many nationally and internationally known entertainers to grace the Theatre’s stage are Debbie Reynolds, Lou Rawls, The Smothers Brothers, Tony Orlando, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival, St. Petersburg Ballet, Boyz II Men, Rich Little, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Kathy Mattea, Smokey Robinson, and George Winston.
The Theatre is currently home to many local stars from Vacaville Ballet Theatre Company, Solano Community Symphony, Vacaville Concert Society, Alive Music Orchestra, and North Bay Opera. The Theatre is also host to a variety of annual community events honoring seniors and youth alike.
The Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre is a City owned and supported venue located in the Vacaville Cultural Center at 1010 Ulatis Drive. Box Office hours are Tuesday through Friday, 12 pm to 6 pm and one hour before all ticketed shows.
Tickets are available by phone at 707.469.4013, in person or by visiting www.vpat.net.
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