Anyone experiencing cold symptoms should stay home. Any cold symptoms require a negative test to return to campus. For more information click here

Four staff members (including our director, Hilary, and fight choreographer, Brian) have created a short promo video for SQUIRREL GIRL to give you a sense of what's in store from the hilarious and charming script. 


Join us for two weeks of fun under the redwood trees!

Summer Camp

Flex your creative muscles, make memories, and spend creating art under the redwood trees. Our theme this year is Home is Where the HeART is. For many of us, PVTC is a home away from home, and a safe place where we can make art straight from the heart. We are so excited to welcome you back home to the redwoods and back into the theater and onto our stage! 


Session I

Jun 13th-Jul 1st

Beauty and the Beast

Session III

Jul 18th-Aug 5th

Frozen KIDS

Session II

July 5th-15th

Storybook Theatre Camp

Session IV

Aug. 8th-12th

Squirrel Girl Goes To College - WAITLIST ONLY

Session II

July 5th-15th

Musical Theatre Revue Camp

Session IV

Aug. 8th-12th

Homemade: A Show We Made Ourselves

Session III

July 18th-29th

We still have space in our FROZEN KIDS camp and we'd love to see a full stage in July! 

Join us to bring this magical story to life onstage!

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Spring Classes

 COVID POLICIES: Masking is optional for vaccinated individuals participating in PVTC programmingAnyone experiencing cold symptoms should stay home. For more information click here.

Classes run 4 weeks

April 25 through May 19th 

Spring into a theatre class this April! Move your body, use your voice, and ignite your imagination as you create with friends.

Classes for youth and adults!


Read about meaningful  projects PVTC has been up to in our brand-new magazine,  The Spotlight


Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility

Statement of Inclusion

PVTC is committed to creating an artistic space where all feel welcome, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, disability, creed, financial circumstance, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We acknowledge the historical biases that have left marginalized communities out and recognize that equity can only be fully achieved by addressing these biases. We strive to uplift and promote all communities in our artistic endeavors.

Land Acknowledgement

Portola Valley is located on traditional Ohlone lands. We recognize the cultural heritage and traditions of those indigenous to this place.

Tell Us About You

Take an anonymous survey as a first step to see where we are and to measure our progress as we at PVTC continue to work to make all feel welcome and all voices heard. 

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Summer Camp


Be part of the transformation!

Become a PVTC Collaborator -- we must work together to bring our visions to reality.


Contributions support all aspects of PVTC including scholarships, teaching artists, designers, technicians, education, outreach, and I.D.E.A. efforts.


As you contemplate your year-end giving, we ask you to consider becoming a collaborator with a tax-deductible donation so we can reopen our doors with a safer, more welcoming Lane Hall for all in 2022!


With your continued support, PVTC can survive the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to inspire artistic excellence and build community now and in the future.