Searching for Higher Ground
Searching for Higher Ground is an original adaptation for the stage of PC English professor Terry Barr’s short piece of creative non-fiction by the same name. The script will be developed by the students in the adaptation class under the direction of Miriam Ragland. This play explores racial relationships in George Wallace’s Alabama, where Dr. Barr grew up.
Laughing in the Face of Fear
Laughing in the Face of Fear will be an original work for the stage created by the students in Theatre for Social Change, exploring how fear is used to sway public opinion in contemporary America. The performances of this play will be part of the campus wide Honors Day celebration.
April 16 – 19 at 7:30 pm – Please note that the performance on April 18 will be by invitation only, as part of the inauguration of our new president.
Tickets on sale starting April 15. Visa and MasterCard accepted.