Watch our youngest artists thriving onstage while PreK parent Ivy talks about why theatre matters to her and her son.
The true cost of all these programs that teach empathy, leadership, and creative problem-solving in a supportive and collaborative environment should be about $1.5 million annually, but PVTC survives on a scant $500k. Help us become a thriving and sustainable home as we continue to recover from the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.