“Welcome to NOVA Center for the Performing Arts! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thanks to all of the sponsors who gave their support, to the donors who expressed their faith, to the volunteers who did so much work both onstage and behind the scenes, and especially to everyone who came to NOVA this season for a play or opera performance or improv or for classes. Please check out our upcoming season. I’m pretty sure that no other producing organization in the country presents the same mix of theatre, opera, improv comedy, and conservatory classes for aspiring performers of all ages. We are excited to share engaging plays and inspiring music with you this year. We believe in developing artists through our education programs. And we believe in the magic bond between performer and audience. Please join us in the audience, onstage, or behind the scenes, you are welcome! Thanks for your support!”
- Craig Huisenga, Managing Producer
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NOVA Upcoming Events & Productions
by C.S. Lewis, dramatized by Adrian Mitchell, A NOVA Youth Conservatory Production. Director: Dawn Nickerson. Young Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy discover a mystical land called Narnia where an evil witch has reigned for many years. Join their conquest in conquering evil…More Info
Venture Improv is celebrating its 20th year delivering lively improvised performances, fast thinking scenes, and laugh after laugh with a 20th Reunion Series every Saturday night in March at 8:00pm at NOVA. Past Troupe members have been invited back to perform…More Info
Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn Presented by permission by Samuel French, Inc. Director: Craig Huisenga Roebling Theater Murder and time travel all in one small hotel suite. A funny and thrilling combination of science-fiction and film noir. “Time Warp Thriller” The GuardianMore Info