Valor Arts is off to a great start this school year.

Valor is thrilled to have the opportunity to be back on campus with our art students, seeing them face-to-face and pouring into them in person, for the 2020-2021 school year. Although, the arts season lookx different than any time in our nation’s history, Valor is fortunate to be a private Christian school that has the flexibility to make our own decisions during this time and are preparing the following health and safety protocols for our 2020-’21 performance season.

Valor Arts+Media 2020-'21 Season

The following protocols will be followed for all Valor main stage events while Level 1 COVID restrictions are in place (see below). Adjustments to numbers will be made if Level 2 restrictions are implemented.

During Level 3 restrictions and above where group gatherings are reduced significantly or not allowed, digital performances will be shared.  

Protocols for Performances

  • A  seat map for 175 seats are sold for Valor Center’s Performance Hall.
  • Temperature checks and mobile tickets only at the exterior doors, starting 30 minutes prior to show time.
  • Masks are required to enter the building and for the duration of the event.
  • Weather permitting, patrons can greet cast members outside the Valor Center after each show; there will not be any gathering in the lobby before or after the show.
  • Water bottles sold, but there will not be any concessions or food or receptions to follow.
  • All performers will wear shields/masks with buffer zone to audience.

Fall Season Goes On

  • At the start of the school year, Valor students performed the Bright Star musical in front of an in-person audience. 
  • The cast of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, abridged, performed on stage in front of parents and friends.
  • Valor’s Fall Concert entertained patrons in October at an in-person ticketed event.
  • Valor’s Singer Songwriter Showcase was held at Mike Ward’s Maserati Showroom where  students performed their original songs for the Valor community.
  • Conservatory students showed their best work on stage and in the galleries in November. 
  • A Christmas tradition, Valor Vespers was performed in front of a small parent audience.  Watch the video to see the festive performances in song, dance, and music from Valor students!