Theatre Arts

Student and Production Profiles

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.
All the LuckThere 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.
UrinetownTheater 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.
McKenna TwedtAudition 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.