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Pineville High School Magnet Center for Creative & Performing Arts

Pineville High School CAPA Theatre      Created in 1996 by the Rapides Parish School Board, the Pineville High School Creative & Performing Arts Center continues to achieve excellence in Performing and Visual Art.  Recipients of many national and state awards, including the Governors Award For Excellence in the Arts, the center provides intensive training for it's students in the areas of Vocal Music, Theatre, Instrumental Music and Visual Art.  Students from every corner of Rapides Parish are currently enrolled in the program as theatre, music & visual art majors.

Playmakers of Covington

Playmakers, Inc., was organized in 1955 as a non-profit, voluntary amateur theater and has functioned as an organization for the promotion of dramatic interests in the Covington area. Playmakers gives an opportunity to all interested persons to participate in live theater. Playmakers has continued to produce four or more plays each year since its beginnings despite many setback including the loss of the old theater by fire in 1976 and major damage from Hurrican Katrina.


Princess Theatre

Princess Theatre P.O. Box 446 Winnsboro, LA 71295 [318] 435-6299 [888] 435-6299 (toll free)

Rapides Symphony Orchestra

The roots of the Rapides Symphony Orchestra and a community-wide love of music go back for many generations in Alexandria, to the Opera House (later the Paramount Theater) built on Third Street prior to World War I, and to the Community Concert Association which came into existence immediately following World War II.   The Rapides Symphony Orchestra, as it exists today, was formed in 1967.  The orchestra performs an annual series of classical, pops, and family concerts at the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center in downtown Alexandria.

River Region Drama Guild



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