- Swanwhite: Theatre Arts presents a fairy tale
- For second-year student Juliet Marks, her latest role is kind of like putting on a glass slipper.
- For the love of 'The Nightingale'
- A lot of work by staff and students is going into the next PCC play, "The Love of the Nightingale." The play will feature puppetry, masks and theater-in-the-round staging.
- Actor makes her mark in 'The Children's Hour'
Juliet Marks plays the pivotal role of Mary in the fall production of this American classic.
- There will be plenty of luck at this play
The Theater Arts Program presents, 'The Man Who Had All the Luck,' to commemorate the late novelist Arthur Miller.
- Theater Arts production gives a lesson in bad company
- PCC's Theater Arts Department debuts "Urinetown," which focuses on one company's corporate greed and the ecological disaster that follows.
- Audition of her lifetime
- PCC theater arts student McKenna Twedt did what every actor dreams of by auditioning for a Broadway show in New York City.
- Theater Arts program raises the curtain on 'Crimes of the Heart'
- At PCC, you can see a play that is a winner of the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, Pulitzer Prize, and has been called a modern masterpiece by theater reviewers. The college's Theater Arts program is raising the curtain on its 2005-06 season "Crimes of the Heart."
- Theater program performs for hurricane victims
- Theater Instructor Michael Najjar watched the news coverage of the Hurricane Katrina disaster and was frustrated by what he saw. So, Najjar decided to do something about it.