Theater

Theater art and musical performances are abundant in the Carson Valley.  The Carson Valley Community Theater has been performing drama, comedy, and musicals since 2004 in the historic CVIC hall in downtown Minden and other local venues. There is also a very ambitious project underway under the auspices of the Carson Valley Arts Council to renovate the Copeland Building into a state of the art theater.  For music lovers, the GE Energy Family Concert Series provides a variety of musical performances at the Minden Park Gazebo, and the Carson Valley Arts Council presents eclectic musical events at the Copeland Building and CVIC.  During the summer, Heritage Park in Gardnerville hosts the Movies in the Park series.

Carson Valley Arts Council 1572 Highway 395 Suite A
MindenNV89423
Phone: (775) 782-8207

Mission: To create and manage a multifunctional visual and performing arts center in Carson Valley to enhance the quality of life for the youth and community at large in the Western Nevada/Lake Tahoe region.

Purpose: To create an environmentally healthy, multifunctional, visual and performing arts center dedicated to presenting and promoting cultural events and providing educational and experiential opportunities in our community in the five disciplines: visual, literary, music, dance and performance.
Carson Valley Community Theatre 1572 US Highway 395 (box office)
MindenNV89423
Phone: (775) 292-0939
Carson Valley Community Theatre (CVCT) was organized in May, 2004 to meet the need for a community theatre in the Carson Valley area of Douglas County, Nevada.  Based in Minden/Gardnerville, Nevada, CVCT draws members, participants, and audiences from the surrounding areas of Nevada and California, including the towns of Minden, Gardnerville, Carson City, Genoa, Reno, Markleeville, and communities around Lake Tahoe and Lake Topaz.


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