Come enjoy an evening of dinner theater entertainment with the Beale Street Theater. Dinner starts at 7pm with pre-show entertainment. The theatrical production, Take Five, by Westley M. Pederson begins at 8pm. Tickets are $30 and include dinner and dessert. A wine service will also be available.
Tickets are available here through Eventbrite and in person at The Gallery at KCA, 208 E. Beale Street. Tickets need to be purchased before Friday, March 30 so we can place our food orders. Tickets will not be available at the door.
Come enjoy our dinner theater entertainment. Featuring the theatric production of Take Five by Westley M. Pederson. Dinner starts at 4 pm with pre-show entertainment. The play begins at 5pm.
Tickets must be purchased in advance so we can place our food order. Tickets are available here through Eventbrite or at the Gallery at KCA, 208 E. Beale Street. They will not be available at the door.
Come enjoy an evening of dinner theater with Beale Street Theater. Featuring the theatrical production Take Five by Westley M. Pederson. Dinner starts at 6pm with some wonderful pre-show entertainment. The main production starts at 7pm.
Tickets must be purchased in advance so we can place our food order. Tickets are available here through Eventbrite and in person at The Gallery at KCA, 208 E. Beale Street.
Come enjoy a fun evening of adventure with the classic hero Peter Pan as he leads his lost boys and Indian friends into battle against the villainous Captain Hook and his band of pirates. This production is the original 1954 Broadway Musical Theater Version adapted from the play by Sir J.M. Barrie by Jerome Robbins. Music was written by Morris (Moose) Charlp and Jule Styne and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green.
Online ticketing for adult tickets has ended but there are still seats available. You can purchase them at the door or by phone. For additional ticketing information, please call 385-319-5238.
Kingman Center for the Arts Summer Program a Success
This summer, the Kingman Center for the Arts in association with the Beale Street Theater and other local arts organizations, implemented a popular and successful children’s arts program.
The Kingman Center for the Arts held classes for children of all ages to explore the arts in areas such as painting, weaving, music appreciation, and theater. The classes were all well attended; the theater class was so popular it was split into classes for multiple age groups which are each working hard on their own performance pieces.
The children’s community theater class is practicing for their upcoming performances. One of which is original play, Dreamland, written by Kingman local Jean Chowan. The performance will be the opening act of the Arts in the Park Bazaar, which will be held at Metcalfe Park on August 6th from 5-10 p.m.
The Children Community Theater group has also teamed up with a local performing arts school, Kingman Performing Arts, for an Annie medley that will be performed the same night.
Thank you to everyone who came out to support us. We look forward to future events and classes with the community of Kingman!