The Paradise Performing Arts Center is a non-profit corporation organized under 501(3)(c) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is governed by a Board of Directors.

The PPAC Board of Directors hold meetings on the first Tuesday of the month starting at 6:00 PM in the lobby of the PPAC. The meetings are open to the membership. If the Board goes into executive session the meeting will be closed to the membership. 


Kelly  Connor – President
Barbara Torres – Vice-President

Margaret Kennedy
Mary Ryan
Steve Culleton
Carolyn Steele
Dana Gajda
Mike Viale


Box Office Hours: None

Mailing Address:
Paradise Performing Arts Center
PO Box 1124
Paradise, CA 95967

Street Address:
Paradise Performing Arts Center
Nunneley Road
Paradise, CA 95969

Conducted tours can be arranged for one person or a whole group.

The outside lobby doors will normally be opened one hour before a program is scheduled to start. After a music program has begun, latecomers will be asked to stand at the rear of the seating area until an appropriate break in the program before taking their seats. This is in consideration of those seated and enjoying the program. A Coat Room off the lobby is available for patrons wishing to check outer garments and umbrellas.

Due to the state law, smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building including the rest rooms. Smoking is permitted outside the building.

Rental Policy:
Our policy is to accommodate all qualified applicants, fitting our facility to their needs. Classification and rental fees will be based on our existing Rental Fee Schedule which is available  here. Contact the PPAC for if you have any fee questions.: (530) 872-8454

Renters need to have tickets printed elsewhere. Creating a section of seating called “reserved”, but treated as general seating without assigned seat numbers is not allowed.

Home Companies:

The Home Company concept recognizes local organizations who utilize the Performing Arts Center as the venue for performances. Please visit their web pages for schedules and information:  Gold Nugget MuseumNorthern California Ballet, and  The Paradise Symphony.