Audiences found themselves in a mystical forest of fairies and elves for William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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.
Having grown up with music, Dr. Tim Willingham shares his passion with the next generation of musicians.
Tiny tales took to the stage during a production put on by students, for students.
After months of preparation, PCC alumni enjoy showcasing the premiere production of “A Musical Christmas Carol” at the historic Round Barn Theatre.
Throughout the fall semester, on-campus concerts captivated audiences with live musical performances.
Audiences witnessed God’s grace in the Shining Light Player’s dramatic retelling of Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place.
The College Choir, PCCymphony, and Dr. Timothy Willingham present Sing Christmas! at Campus Church.
In SP 308, students cast and produce a successful dramatic production that entertains theatre-loving audiences of PCC.
Alumni, students, faculty, and staff embarked on a musical journey over land, on the sea, and through space with PCCymphony’s Sounds of Adventure
Since coming to PCC in 1979, Dr. Charlene Monk has filled the roles of teacher, actor, and director.