Esther Miller, a dedicated and passionate supporter of the arts, youth theatre, and the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, passed away Saturday, March 12.
Among the many positive ways she supported our community, she was a founding sponsor of the Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program. Her love for the work of arts education was felt through her enthusiasm, her joyful spirit, and her passion. She deeply understood the ways that SYMTP and the local Boy Scouts of America troops make our community stronger and closer. We are all forever improved by the lasting impact she has made.
Those interested in donating in memory of Esther Miller please do so online HERE or at the CVCA desk, 101 N. Broad Street, Globe, AZ, 85501, 928-425-0884.
Jan. 2 through Jan. 31
Paul is the illustrator of several children’s books and his work in comics has garnered recognition for from the Poetry Foundation, McSweeney’s Press and countless other publications. Often dreamy and colorful, his art asks you to go for a ride on a moth-powered flying machine or consider a girl with spaghetti for hair.
Jan. 10, 6 p.m.: Pajama Party Formal Reception
Join the illustrator for art and refreshments at the CVCA.
Anyone who attends wearing pajamas is eligible to win personalized copies of Paul’s three children’s books. Books and comics will be available for sale, which Paul will be happy to sign.
Current Exhibit: The Photography of Jon Cornell
Jon Cornell’s work represents 40 years of exploring light, texture, design and emotional impact. Earning a degree in Art Photography from Vermont’s Goddard College, Cornell was taught by Jeff Weiss, who was mentored by internationally acclaimed photographer Minor White. His work has been featured in galleries in several cities including New York and Philadelphia.
“…Nothing less than the artistic soul of the entire region.” – Larry Cox, The Arizona Republic
If you missed it, a thoughtful article celebrating the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts ran in The Arizona Republic’s “Your Home” section on Saturday, August 16. Grab a copy for a brief history of the Old Courthouse, its restoration and the community of artists that make the CVCA possible. The article also features Diana Tunis talking about the recent SYMTP production of Seussical Jr, the Gov. Rose Mofford Collection and a mention of the coming elevator.
Special thanks to writer Larry Cox for his visits, and for highlighting the Center so favorably.
Bawdy Broad Street~ A Real Old West History Tour of Globe’s Bawdy Past
Join us Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 for an evening to remember! To help kick off the Arizona Rural Policy Forum, Walking Theatrical Tours will be launched every 15 minutes from 7-8:30pm at the 1906 Courthouse building from, for aprox 1 1/2 hour tours. Tickets are $10/ea, available at the CVCA 928-425-0884. We will host 3 indoors locations, including a former brothel in our Historic Downtown District. Enjoy a pre-tour concert by Porter’s Ghost in our Old Courthouse Theatre, and prepare to have a great deal of fun. Period dress is encouraged, but not required, and any additional donations above the $10 Ticket price will not be turned away. Please wear comfortable shoes, as there will be a lot of walking and stairs to climb, and please note that this tour is not suitable for all ages/people due to the subject matter that one would expect from a tour of this type. ~Gotta love our Globe’s History!!
The Summer Youth Musical Theater Program was founded in 1998. SYMTP is dedicated to exposing young people in the Globe, Miami, and San Carlos area to the Theater Arts.
by Special Arrangement with Musical Theater Int.
Did you see one of our shows? Please take a moment to complete the Summer Youth Musical Theater Program Survey! Click Here. Are you already a sponsor? You can participate in the Sponsor Survey, please Click Here.
Tickets available through the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, please contact at 928-425-0884. For more information and to visit our website click here.
Friday, July 11 @ 7PM
Saturday, July 12 @ 2 PM
Saturday, July 12 @ 7 PM
Sunday, July 13 @ 2 PM
Friday, July 18 @ 7PM
Saturday, July 19 @ 2PM
Saturday, July 19 @ 7PM