Proscenium Theatre

‘IN THE HEIGHTS:’ Musical features all-Latin student cast

February 16, 2017

By ROBYN ZELICKSON   Costumed actors mill around, waiting for rehearsal to begin. Todd Poelstra, the director for “In the Heights,” stands at a lighting station on the Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre stage. Choreographer Mickey Nugent arrives to work with his singer/dancers. Although he’s choreographed hundreds of shows, he’s excited about working for […]

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Dancers to showcase upbeat ‘Fusion’

May 5, 2016

By MELINA CASILLAS Ballet, modern and jazz styles will be in the spotlight May 6-7 when Pima Community College dancers stage “Dance Fusion” under the direction of Nolan Kubota and Erika Colombi. Student and faculty choreography draws inspiration from a variety of classic and contemporary movements. “It’s one of our most talked about shows,” Kubota […]

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Prodigy bringing show to PCC

March 27, 2014

By KATIE STEWART Child prodigy Ethan Bortnick will perform at Pima Community College’s Proscenium Theatre on April 5 at 7 p.m. with special guest Damian McGinty from the television show “Glee.” Admission for the show starts at $39. The 12-year-old pianist, singer, composer and entertainer has donated more than $30 million to numerous charitable organizations […]

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‘Dance Fusion’ returns for encore

May 1, 2013

By BRUCE HARDT Pima Community College dancers will embrace contemporary and futuristic choreographic themes in Dance Fusion II performances on May 10-11. Performances in the West Campus Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre include Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. Director Aurora Gonçalves-Shaner said students and faculty […]

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ARTS BRIEFS: Wind Ensemble to play American tunes

October 11, 2012

The Pima Community College Wind Ensemble will play a mix of mostly American compositions on Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the West Campus Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. Under the direction of Mark Nelson, the Wind Ensemble will perform Claude T. Smith’s “Emperata Overture,” Robert Smith’s “Brazil: Ceremony, Song and Samba” and Harry […]

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