Audiences found themselves in a mystical forest of fairies and elves for William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Fine Arts Series
Students enjoyed the musical talents of the “world’s most famous brass group” during the year’s first Fine Arts event.
Audiences enjoyed this classic Gilbert and Sullivan musical comedy full of pirates, policemen, and oddly spaced birthdays.
Audiences stepped into the wonderful world of stringed instruments, familiar music, and fanciful fun.
Cast and crew worked hard to bring this famous Charles Dickens story to life!
Audiences enjoyed the comedy of Oscar Wilde’s English satire while enjoying a fanciful evening of fun.
With a performance run as long as the title character’s nose, the cast and crew brought “Cyrano de Bergerac” to life this fall.
Audiences witnessed God’s grace in the Shining Light Player’s dramatic retelling of Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place.
Students, faculty, and guests came together to enjoy a colorful and comedic performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s British satire, The Mikado.
For the first Fine Arts Series, students and guests enjoyed hearing American classics by the world-renowned Liberty Voices and the Humdingers barbershop quartet.
PCC’s cast and crew did much to prepare for this swashbuckling tale of pirates and treasure.
Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns brought the audience to a standing ovation as he masterfully presented songs the whole audience could love and enjoy.