Actors and technicians will be in need of affordable* housing when they arrive here to create PCPA’s amazing summer season of theatre in Santa Maria and Solvang.
From May through September, this group of talented theatre professionals will need furnished rooms, apartments, even lofts as they produce The 39 Steps, Hairspray, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, My Fairytale, and Caroline, or Change.
Affordable housing allows this group of nearly 200 artists – who are here on scholarship – to practice their craft for Central Coast audiences…and beyond.
Housing must become available between May 16 and June 1, and most interns will be residing here through part of August, with some staying until September 19th. Walking distance to PCPA and Allan Hancock College is strongly preferred, but is not required.
Donated housing may be tax deductible.
Contact PCPA’s Company Manager, Amy Barrick at 928-7731 ext. 3153 for more information.
For more information on PCPA’s summer season visit www.pcpa.org.
*Affordable meaning $450 or less per person per month.
2011 Summer Season
The 39 Steps – Hairspray – The Two Gentlemen of Verona –
My Fairytale – Caroline, or Change
The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) of Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, California supports a unique, fully-accredited vocational training program for aspiring actors and theatre technicians. PCPA is the only training program of its kind offered by a community college in the United States.