An evening of classical music at PCC

By Anastasia Afanasieva October 19, 2016 0

One of the most important components of the great history of music is classical music. It can be a pleasure to take a break from the everyday life routine in this form of art. (more…)

Searchlight Demonstrates Diverse Dancing

By Kelly Rodriguez Murillo December 10, 2015 0

Barefoot dancers swiftly moved across the Sexson Auditorium stage last week, demonstrating the diverse capabilities of Pasadena City College’s School of Visual Media and Performing Arts Dance Department. (more…)

Heroes and Villains on Halloween

By Erica Hong November 5, 2015 0

It’s Halloween night and the screams can be heard some distance away. But at Victory Park on Saturday they were screams of joy, not terror filled screeches. (more…)

Finding Romeo and Juliet

By Erica Hong October 29, 2015 0

The theatre is dimly lit and intimate, almost like a secret closet hidden in the old school building. The worn, faded seats are empty except for the director, brimming with enthusiasm as she waits for…

To mime or to retire

By Mick Donovan September 10, 2015 2

It was the mid-70s and the art of miming was in. Naturally, colleges that offered arts courses would be looking for teachers to fill positions in theater arts and PCC was no exception. Whitney Rydbeck,…