PVTC was founded by Artistic Director Cheryl Goodman-Morris. It was Cheryl’s desire, along with PVTC Board Chair, Tom Kelley, and the members of Valley Pres to create a quality theatre arts program that would open VPC’s doors wide to the community. PVTC was incorporated as a 501c3 in 1994.
Our mission is to create community and inspire individuals to discover their unique passion through pursuit of excellence in theatre arts.
Theatre enriches a community by offering different points of view, provoking dialogue and bringing art and passion to the stage. At PVTC, we believe that theatre does remarkable things for each individual child. Children are inherently wired with all the tolls they need to act, to feel confident on stage, to create stories and to unlock their unique imagination and passion. Children, with the guidance and support in the theatre arts, will grow to be confident, engages and passionate learners.
Small Theatre “Standout New Work” award by WAVE magazine Silicon Valley, for “Puah’s Midwife Crisis”. Written by Cheryl Goodman-Morris and Karen Russell.
945 Portola Rd, Portola Valley (CA), 94028, United States