PCC Center for the Arts

Chekov’s ‘Three Sisters’ offers subtle message

April 20, 2017

By ROBYN ZELICKSON Anton Chekov is a Russian writer and dramatist best known for ‘The Cherry Orchard,” “Uncle Vanya” and “The Seagull.” But another work, “Three Sisters,” may be his best. Chekov wrote “Three Sisters” in 1900, and the play debuted in 1901 at the Moscow Art Theatre. The Pima Community College theater arts department […]

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‘CRAZY FOR YOU’: Energetic musical opens Feb. 25

February 23, 2016

By ALYSSA RAMER A young man is set to enforce a theater foreclosure, but romance and his love of dance change his mind in the musical “Crazy for You.” The musical will run Feb. 25 through March 6 at Pima Community College’s Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre at West Campus. “Hopefully it will not […]

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‘Breaking Down Surface Tension’ Exhibit examines abstract art

January 29, 2015

By KATIE STEWART The latest exhibit at Pima Community College’s Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery, “Breaking Down Surface Tension,” will feature work by five national and regional artists from Feb. 2-March 13. The artists are: • Rebecca Crowell • David Longwell • Katey Monaghan • Mark Pack • Kathleen Velo Longwell, Monaghan and Velo are Tucson […]

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