Friends of AzShakes

Elks Opera House

The 575 seat historic Elks Opera House (now owned by the City of Prescott) opened February 20, 1905. Today it's the place to be for arts and entertainment in Downtown Prescott! Events at the Elks are full of excitement and variety, and we are within walking distance of the best in restaurants, hotels and businesses surrounding Prescott's beautiful Courthouse square!

The Mad Linguist

Spoken word and language arts center. Dedicated to building community and empowering personal expression.

Check out their Performance Venue!

The Actor's Voice

A Prescott Based Website Dedicated to Theatre Artists!

Micki Shelton

Female Playwright, Micki Shelton is the mother of two: Colin, 24, an up-and-coming Hollywood actor; and Molly,15, an up-and-coming vocalist who is teaching her mother how to wear makeup. When she's not taking care of her children, hiking up Thumb Butte or getting exceptionally good coffee, you'll find her at home working on a new play or writing one of the many textbooks she writes to help her pay the bills.

Prescott Fine Arts Association

"Our mission is to provide opportunities for members of the greater Tri-City community to express their CREATIVITY and participate in the arts, attend quality cultural events, and gather together to build community"

AZ Tourist News

Our Newspaper is Arizona's only monthly publication dedicated to Arizona and Southwest regional travel. AZ Tourist News is distributed to 1200 locations, including hotels, visitors centers, RV parks, Chambers of Commerce; the demand is higher than the 60,000 papers we print reaching 150,000 readers.

Pheonix Tickets Finder

Phoenix Tickets Finder does research on events in the greater Phoenix area and writes about where to find tickets. If you're looking to buy tickets and don't know where to go, check these guys out!

The Shakespeare Fellowship

Bringing the Shakespeare authorship debate to a world-wide audience via the Internet and stimulating a wide-ranging dialogue on the relevance of Shakespeare to the 21st century.

Sharlot Hall Museam

The Sharlot Hall Museum is the largest museum in the central territory of Arizona, and is dedicated to providing educational adventures in human and natural history. Founded by historian and poet Sharlot M. Hall in 1928, the Museum today explores the rich diversity of regional heritage through festivals, living history events, outdoor theater performances, changing exhibits, publications and research services.

Tsunami on the Square

Tsunami on the Square is a free, all-ages, outdoor performing arts festival in Prescott, Arizona. Named for "the natural event least likely to occur in the high desert," Tsunami on the Square takes place annually on the third weekend in June, in Prescott's downtown courthouse plaza. The festival is now seven years old.