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Welcome to Theatre in the Valley

Theatre in the Valley has been a feature of the Henderson community since 1993. We are dedicated to producing quality plays and musicals that our Las Vegas Valley patrons  can enjoy with their friends and family.


Theatre In The Valley will be holding a meet-up this Friday, July 31st at our theater, 10 W. Pacific Avenue, in downtown Henderson, We need all kinds of volunteers including Directors for our 2015-2016 season. If you are looking to get involved in community theater we welcome you!






The Lion Who Wouldn’t

 By Gifford W. Wingate & Allan J. Friedman

 Directed by Michael Brazier


To be Announced

A bookish lion, bored with circus life, refuses to renew his contract. His packing is interrupted by children who offer to help him rehearse his secret ambitions. Using his boxes for sets, the children set the stage for the lion’s dreams – heroic self portraits as baseball pitcher, teacher, sea captain, detective, and film star. When each dream dissolves in failure, the lion is persuaded to return to the role he plays best – circus star.

Scheduled Performances


July 25 thru August 2

2:00pm Matinees Saturdays & Sundays

Rated: [G] – General Audiences




Southern Comforts

 By Kathleen Clark

 Directed by Rick Bindhamer


Amanda Cross – Helen Okonski

Gus Klingman – Cory Newberry


Some people need continuous change in order to feel vital and alive. Others are terrified of unsettling the peace that they have established. Two-time O’Neill Playwright’s Conference participant Kathleen Clark uses her words to detail this tour-de-force journey of a widow and widower who meet later in life and find a way into each others heart. Southern Comforts is a beautiful exploration of the intimate workings of all relationships. In a sprawling New Jersey Victorian, a taciturn Yankee widower and a vivacious grandmother from Tennessee find what they least expected – a second chance at love. Their funny, awkward, and enchanting romance is filled with sweet surprise and unpredictable tribulation. Told with warmth and perceptive humor, this off-Broadway success is an affecting, late-in-life journey of compromise and rejuvenation, of personal risk and the rewards of change.

Scheduled Performances


August 7 thru August 23

8:00pm Evenings Fridays & Saturdays

With 2:00pm Matinees Sundays

Rated: [G] – General Audiences


All Performances will be at Theatre In The Valley’s Playhouse
10 West Pacific Avenue, Henderson NV. 89015-7383

For reservations call 558-7275 or email us at:

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12 thoughts on “Theatre In The Valley (Home)”

    1. Absolutely we are still open for business. Staff are at the playhouse at odd times and which may not coincide with regular 9-5 business hours.

      Prescription: Murder is in the final week of rehearsals and opens this coming weekend, May 8th at 8:00-pm as scheduled.

  1. Please provide directions on your website; also place me on your mailing list. Thank you; never knew you were in this area. Are you a new production company?

    1. Theatre In The Valley has been operating in Henderson NV since 1992. We originally performed out of the Valley View Recreation Center, but we lost that space as a performance venue roughly five years ago when the City of Henderson reorganized properties it’s and agencies. We continued with touring productions for two years after that, but found it to be too difficult, as we lacked a place to rehearse and actors were not able to perform on the set until the first performance. Touring was also very hard on the sets and lighting and sound equipment. We at that time decided to take a hiatus from productions until we could find a property that we could lease and turn into a playhouse. After a three year search we finally found our current location at 10 West Pacific Avenue, Henderson, NV 89015. It’s not perfect, but it’s a good location for our reemergence. Our first production in that location was a special production of The Magic Toy Box. A new and original holiday family musical by local playwright Rick Bindhamer.

      Directions are as follows:

      If you are coming from West of Henderson, Travel east on the 215 until the freeway ends and becomes Lake Mead Parkway.

      If you are coming from North of Henderson, take the 95 south and exit onto eastbound Lake Mead Parkway. (The very next exit immediately after Auto Show Drive.)

      Continue on Eastbound Lake Mead Parkway until you reach Water Street, turning South (right) onto Water Street. At the very first stop sign on Water Street turn Right. Theatre In the Valley is the second business in the strip mall on the right (North) side of West Pacific Avenue. There is plenty of public parking lots in the area, one behind the strip mall, one across the street just before the Emerald Isle Casino, as well as two more public parking lots on both sides of the street just a little farther past the strip mall on both sides of West Pacific.

  2. Hi, I’m very excited to have found your theater! Found it listed in the Henderson View. I have a couple of questions. One, my partner is interested in being a part of a theater group, he does have some experience. Who is the best person to contact and when?
    Second, I’m a Realtor and looking to help local Art and Cultural venues gain exposure. In short, I will be “farming” an area of Henderson going door to door talking to my neighbors about the community. My “tag line” is -Real Estate, Art and Culture “Find You Home, Discover You Community”
    Anyway didn’t mean to plug my site but wanted to give you an idea of what I want to achieve. So a contact person for this would be Awesome.
    Thank you and looking forward to seeing your next production.

  3. i’m trying to get two tickets for next Friday night to see the play but I’m not sure how to do that on this website June 5

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