Historically renovated live performing arts theater seating 694. Musical performances are held once a month. We also host a children’s series. Box office open Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Groups welcome. Theater rental & tours available.
The Band of Brothers Shakespeare Company is dedicated to educational enrichment of actor and audience through production of classical theatre on a variety of stages. Like us on Facebook.
Join us as we preserve our cultural diversity through celebrations of heritage and tradition throughout the year. Bottleworks offers exhibits, workshops, outdoor Festivals, cooking classes, art classes, performances and special events. Art Works is “the place” to “Exhibit, Create, Teach and Sell” art. Housed in a unique, state-of-the-art building where visitors can engage with studio artists, take classes, see live performances and purchase art.
Art classes & workshops, annual exhibitions, Outbound Art outreach programs; special events; Concerts-on-the-Green; Log House Arts Festival & Holly Bazaar. Public rental for special events. Home of the Ponas Doll Museum and Shirley Gaynor permanent exhibition, as well as the area's only fully-equipped pottery studio, stained glass studio and glass fusion studio. The Community Arts Center is committed to keeping the Arts Alive in Cambria County since 1986.
Founded to encourage the development of area dancers who are seriously interested in the art of classical ballet. Performances include The Nutcracker and a performance each Spring. Please call for more information.
Bringing world-class musicians to Johnstown since 2005, The Johnstown Concert Series offers area residents and visitors the opportunity to hear outstanding classical and jazz performances in an intimate atmosphere. The 6-concert season runs September through May. All performances take place at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Johnstown, a location known for its fabulous acoustics.
Celebrating our 90th season performing outstanding orchestral music! We provide arts education through a youth symphony and adult and children’s choruses. Your destination for live music.
Laurel Arts provides quality arts opportunities to artists of all ages and backgrounds. Annually, over 40,000 people participate in programs including exhibitions, classes, Somerfest and performances. Laurel Arts maintains offices, galleries and workshops in the Philip Dressler Center for the Arts as well as Laurel Arts Education & Dance Center.
State-of-the-art theatre presenting professional, world-class artists and entertainment. Events include Broadway, theatre, music, comedy, dance, and family entertainment. Hosts Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, River City Brass Band, UPJ Theater, and Johnstown Concert Ballet. University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown campus.
Historic mill and opera house includes dinner with the show! Variety of entertainment: jazz, Big Band, comedians, murder mysteries, tributes, and more. Custom group events available. Open Year Round. Entertainment season April to December. Check online for schedule.
Discover the Works of Painters, Illustrators, Textile Artists, Potters, Woodworkers, Jewelers, Photographers, Glass Artists & Sculptors & New Shopping Venues Along This Art & Cultural Driving Tour along Rout 22, Allegheny Ridge Heritage Area, Altoona, PA.
The Roxbury Bandshell was completed in the late 1930s and one of the 27 built under President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Work Progress Administration. It is the last still standing in the United States. The Roxbury Bandshell Preservation Alliance hosts free Sunday concerts during summer, Bandshell Bark, plus numerous other events.
The museum presents a variety of art exhibitions of local, regional, and national artists and educational programming at our four locations in Altoona, Johnstown, Ligonier and Loretto. Free Admission.
A non-profit arts organization whose mission is to “preserve a historically significant former church building by transforming it into a unique venue where various forms of artistic expression can merge to promote, educate, entertain, and involve the community in the arts.”