Student Performances

Our students enjoy many opportunities to gain performing experience while sharing with audiences through a wide variety of music and dance offerings, performances in our Theatre Arts and the work of our Communicating Arts Production Group (CAPG).  


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Central Campus

A broad array of traditional and contemporary theatre productions are held at our Black Box Theatre located in the Science Center on our Central Campus in Blue Bell. Here students of the Theatre Arts program and the Drama Club have multiple opportunities to study, practice and gain performing experience while bringing quality entertainment to the community. The Black Box Theatre features

  • A flexible, modern theatre with 125-seat capacity
  • A state-of-the-art technical theatrical control center
  • Performance workshop spaces

Lower Level Science Center
Central Campus, Blue Bell

Productions

 Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
Thursday, Friday & Saturday -  November 19-21, 8:00 PM
Saturday, November 21, 2:00 PM & Sunday, November 22, 2:00 PM
Special afternoon performance, Friday, November 20, 12:30 PM

A comedy about love: unrequited, at first sight, misplaced, lost, and restored. After a shipwreck, Viola washes up on the shores of Illyria, penniless and alone. Disguising herself as a boy, she sets to work in the court of the amorous Duke Orsino, delivering love letters to the aloof Lady Olivia. But when Viola herself falls for the lovesick Duke…and then Olivia falls for the gender-switched Viola…things become rather tricky. Add into the mix a drunken uncle, a prudish steward and ridiculous fop of a suitor, and you’ve got a comedy full of love, song, and fools. 

The Visit  by Friedrich Dűrrenmatt
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,  April 14- 16,  8:00 PM
Saturday, April 16,  2:00 PM / Sunday, April 17,  2:00 PM
Special afternoon performance, Friday, April 15, 12:30 PM 

What is the price tag on justice? What would you be willing to do for a fortune? Gűllen, a tiny central European town with shuttered factories, little money and less hope, gets a surprise visit from the fabulously wealthy Claire  Zachanassian, who was little Clairie, when she grew up in the tiny town decades ago. Her wealth could save the town, but there is a small matter of justice she intends the town to settle before she signs a check. This chilling tragicomedy, a classic of European modern drama, is filled with absurd touches and human bargains.
This production contains adult language and themes.  

West Campus

Montgomery County Community College offers a full season of theatre for the entire community presented by the Theatre Arts program along with the students of the Drama Club and West End Student Theater (W.E.S.T.). Please join us!

South Hall Community Room
West Campus, Pottstown

Productions

 Fuddy Meers by David Lindsay-Abaire
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, November 12-14, 7:00 PM
Special afternoon performance, Friday, November 13, 12:30 PM

When Claire wakes up each morning, her loving husband patiently explains that she suffers from a form of psychogenic amnesia that erases her memory every night when she goes to sleep.  Life with a blank slate every day seems to suit Claire just fine, but who is that limping man in the ski mask? Or his accomplice with the sock puppet? And why does he say her husband is trying to kill her? A raucous comedy about aphasia and other oddities by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, David Lindsay-Abaire.
This production contains adult language and themes.

A Lie of the Mind
by Sam Shepard
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 21-23, 7:00 PM
Special afternoon performance, Friday, April 22, 12:30 PM

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sam Shepard’s A Lie of the Mind follows two families in the Montana plains, connected by one marriage, and a brutal incident which leaves the wife, Beth, in her family’s care.  Filled with enormous vitality, and humor, it explores the destinies of Jake and Beth, torn apart by jealousies and distrust, welded together by the needs of the human heart and the destructiveness which it can engender.
This production contains adult language and themes. 

CameraThe work of our CAPG members is showcased through public screenings of their projects and the winning entries to our Five-Day Film Festivals, where teams of up four filmmakers have five days to create their own personal five-minute version of popular films.

CAPG Fall Screening
Date: Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Preshow:  6:30 PM
Screening:  7:00 PM
Science Center Theater
Free and open to the public

CAPG Spring Screening
Date: TBA
Preshow:  6:30 PM
Screening:  7:00 PM
Science Center Theater
Free and open to the public

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    2015-2016
    Dance Ensemble Concert Performance
    Saturday, December 5, 8 PM
    Chamber Strings Concert
    Sunday, December 6, 4 PM
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    Fall Performing Arts Showcase Matinee
    A One-Hour Celebration of Student Music and Dance
    Monday, December 7, 12:30 PM
    Fall Performing Arts Showcase – Evening 1
    An Evening of Student Music
    Featuring the MCCC Choral Ensembles
    Wednesday, December 9, 8 PM
    Choir
    Fall Performing Arts Showcase – Evening 2
    An Evening of Student Music
    Featuring the MCCC Jazz Ensembles
    Thursday, December 10, 8 PM
    Dance Ensemble Concert Performance
    Saturday, April 23, 8 PM
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    Chamber Strings Concert
    Sunday, April 24, 4 PM
    Spring Performing Arts Showcase Matinee
    A One-Hour Celebration of Student Music and Dance
    Monday, April 25, 12:30 PM
    Spring Performing Arts Showcase – Evening 1
    An Evening of Student Music
    Featuring the MCCC Choral Ensembles
    Wednesday, April 27, 8 PM
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    Spring Performing Arts Showcase – Evening 2
    An Evening of Student Music
    Featuring the MCCC Jazz Ensembles
    Thursday, April 28, 8 PM

  

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