February 10, 2016
Stories are usually seen as being more about the journey, rather than the destination, but 4000 Miles is... Read more »
May 6, 2013
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Lights, Camera, Action! Although cameras were replaced by a live audience, the performance of “The Rainmaker” was so perfectly executed and heartwarmingly realistic that it could have been staged for a television audience.
The story is set in the West during a crippling drought. The focus is on a ranch and i... Read more »
November 9, 2012
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To celebrate Veteran's Day, historical fall play dramatizes two veterans Vietnam War experiences
This year, Pierce College’s fall play, “The Last of the Boys” illustrates friendship and betrayal in an interesting turn. Set in the era of the 1960’s, it follows two Vietnam air veter... Read more »
June 12, 2012
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“Love Never Dies” is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s return to form.
Over the past twenty years Webber has been working on the sequel one of the most well known plays in this century, the ‘Phantom of the Opera’.
In The ‘Phantom of the Opera’, Webber caught the genius of Gaston Leroux. Howeve... Read more »
December 28, 2011
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Audiences applauded the new Pierce College production “Almost, Maine” featured at the Black Box Theatre on campus at 7pm on Nov. 11 12, 18, and 19.
In the town of Almost is an array of interesting characters all living their lives while unexpectedly finding love in this comedic play.
Playwright John Cariani interlaced... Read more »
December 19, 2011
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Lights, camera, action and let the fall play production begin. “Almost, Maine” is a collection of vignettes of love stories, nine different quirky love stories to be exact.
“Almost, Maine” was written by world famous play writer John Cariani, also known for his appearance as a forensics technician Julian Beck on the... Read more »