Kings of the New York City comedy circuit Mike Recine and Scott Chaplain deliver side-splitting punchlines for an uproarious evening of laughter.
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.
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.
Acclaimed actor, playwright, and director John Hardy’s one-man play, in which he distinctly embodies all 16 characters, is a groundbreaking creation with a brilliantly written original script.
Celebrating four significant African-American women, this fusion of chamber music and theater is a joyful exploration of the trials and triumphs of their lives.
PVCC Theatre will announce a new title for the Spring Play on this website.