In the weeks leading up to the production, darkness enveloped anyone who entered the Sexson Auditorium. It is quiet, one’s own footsteps could be heard reverberating throughout the room. Even so, the stage is lit; the only signs of life come from the men knocking away at an incomplete set, and a few actors rehearsing diligently while the director oversees.
Everyone can be a hero by overcoming shyness
Philip Zimbardo stands tall to the tune of “Change your Evil Ways” by Carlos Santana, wearing his signature Superman shirt that has a “Z” on it for Zimbardo instead of the iconic “S.” After a few minutes of singing and showing off his impressive dance moves he stops the song and asks the crowd, “So what does make good people go bad?”
Searchlight Demonstrates Diverse Dancing
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.
Dancers illustrate originality in ‘Authentic Kinetic’
More than just your typical dance show, “Authentic Kinetic” is an artistic embodiment of students’ individuality.
‘The Marriage of Figaro’ proves opera is not dead
“I am here today to tell you that opera is not dead,” director Anne Marie Ketchum de la Vega said before Saturday’s performance of the comic opera “The Marriage of Figaro.”
Gatsby brings the 1920s to PCC
It’s a good time, old sport.
The 1920s were brought to life in the Sexson auditorium on Friday night when PCC’s theater department put on the play the Great Gatsby.