"We have built a whole program; classes, community outreach and a full seasons of shows," said Tia Madison, collective member and professor at Napa Valley College.
The collective is still working out the specific details of what will be offered when.
said that more information of the Harbor Arts Center at Harbor Theatre's schedule will be released soon.
The Suisun City Council
approved a five-year lease agreement with the collective last week, giving the group of more than 200 professional artists and educators a home.
They have previously presented performances, classes and events at venues all over the county that have ranged from libraries and community centers to dance studios and theaters.
"This is huge," Madison
said of what the theater means for the collective.
"Come to the theater," Madison
"We will have the (cleaning) supplies."
There are also plans to host a community day with events, acting workshops and fundraising to formally introduce the organization to the town and reach out to other performing arts groups that might want to use the theater.
said the collective already has gotten inquiries from other groups.
"This is a community venue," Madison
said of the theater.