This biographical drama recounts writer David Foster Wallace’s five-day touring interview with Rolling Stone magazine reporter David Lipsky.
This event is an annual music tradition that will include a classical repertoire and new works for concert band, concluding with a John Philip Sousa march.
This workshop with promoter and writer Ty Cooper is for anyone looking to add more humor into life.
Explore the art of theatrical improvisation in its many forms in this free monthly series with Masquers Student Theatre Club.
Join the ranks of countless comedians, storytellers and poets who started out showcasing their talent in a relaxed environment at an open mic night.
Using material based on stories shared by veterans in the audience, “created in the moment” music, song, dance and poetry honors their service.
The traditions of the past and present come alive in a spectacular display on this spiritual journey into the history of America’s native population.
Annual Faculty Exhibition & A.I. Miller
A college freshman cures her disappointment and loneliness by allowing herself to be pulled into the wacky schemes of her future stepsister.
Enjoy an afternoon of music with the PVCC Chorus.
The most celebrated cult musical of the modern era takes the PVCC stage in a bizarre romp of cosmological proportions—literally.
You are invited to an evening of light-centered artworks illuminating the outdoors as the longest night of the year approaches.
PVCC's Student Art Club sponsors Free Movie Friday on the big screen in the comfortable and spacious main stage theatre. Movie titles to be announced on this Web site prior to each movie night.
Lesole’s Dance Project blends South African roots with a distinctly modern approach in a dynamic performance combining dance, history and culture from the tip of the African continent.
Learn about the theoretical framework, games and techniques used in this type of theatre, which is intended to explore issues of power, privilege and oppression.