Humans of PCC, an Interview with Mark Easby

By Jake Edgar|May 6, 2018

  Can you give us a brief background? I was brought up thirty miles from Stratford upon Avon. Lived in London for many years where I worked in music and later in marketing. I came to America in 1989 for

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"Glass Menagerie" closes this weekend.

By Bridge Staff|May 12, 2015

The compelling family drama “The Glass Menagerie” vaulted Tennessee Williams into the pantheon of American playwrights and established his reputation as a visionary for the contemporary theater. Join Tom, Amanda and Laura Wingfield as they navigate the treacherous territory of

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The Glass Menagerie

By Samantha Saxby|April 29, 2015

Patrick Tangredi, Sylvania Campus — The Glass Menagerie is coming to our PCC stage in early May! With PCC’s group of stellar students on and off-stage, they’re rehearsing and making huge strides in this monumental drama.  Tennessee Williams was vaulted

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Notes from the Stage II: Rehearsals Begin

By Liz Williamson|April 23, 2015

Liz Williamson is chronicling the events in the upcoming PCC production of Tennessee William’s play, “The Glass Menagerie.”  -editor Much has happened since the start of spring term. The start of term – meant buying class textbooks, replenishing school supplies,

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Notes from the Stage: Getting cast for "The Glass Menagerie."

By Liz Williamson|April 10, 2015

Looking back on mid-January, it seems surreal I auditioned for “The Glass Menagerie.” I remember my heart pounding as I walked into the audition, trying to wipe my clammy hands before shaking the director’s, the flush creeping up my face

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Hairspray Goes out to Cheers

By Tony Greiner|March 16, 2015

By Tony Greiner, Faculty Advisor “Hairspray” the musical based on the movie by John Waters finished its run on Sunday to a full house of cheering play-goers. As there are no assigned seats in the Sylvania Performing Arts Center, co-director

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Sylvania: "The Real Inspector Hound" thriller-comedy theatre

By Jesse Maes|April 21, 2014

PCC theatre students unveil Tom Stoppard’s 1968 play in new light at Sylvania Performing Arts Center (PAC) next month. Theatre students as crew and actors will bring the 46 year-old play to the SY PAC, with student actors Aidan Nolan and Todd Thomas

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Noel Coward play opens at Sylvania.

By Tony Greiner|February 27, 2013

Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit opens Friday March 8 at 7:30 pm in the Sylvania Performing Arts Center.  This hilarious classic by the British master of farce has been pleasing audiences around the world for nearly 75 years, but the humor

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