One of Shakespeare’s bloodiest tragedies, Macbeth explores the devastating effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake.
A comedic tale of the timeless trials of love, complete with a case of mistaken identity, jealously, witty insults, and plans gone awry–that just might end happily ever after.
PVCC’s series for spoken-word artists offers a chance to stand up and be heard while enjoying the work of others with a mix of talents and styles.
Annual Faculty Exhibition & Lou Haney
Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) must land US Airways Flight 1549 in New York's Hudson River after the plane strikes a flock of geese.
This “created in the moment” theater performance invites veterans to share their stories with others to further an awareness of their struggles and triumphs.
Actor and director John Hardy’s one-man show brings Charles Dickens’ holiday classic to life in this loyal adaption of the book, performed in a seemingly impossible, unexpected, and fascinating way.
Hundreds of handmade mugs, bowls, vases, plates, casseroles, pitchers and works of art by PVCC students will be available for between $5 and $75.
You are invited to PVCC's 10th annual evening of light-centered art installations illuminating the outdoors for one night only as the longest night of the year approaches.
Enjoy an afternoon of choral music with the PVCC Chorus.
Horace Scruggs explores the music that was a crucial element in the Civil Rights movement.
Spark creativity and playfulness in a supportive environment using a series of fun games and exercises that benefit actors and non-actors alike.
Explore the games and techniques of a type of theater that aims to inspire social transformation and deepen our connection to others.