Children’s Theatre – The Emperor’s New Clothes

April 10-12, 2014
Pew Fine Arts Center – Ketler Auditorium
 
Director: Betsy Craig
Student directors: Andy Hickly and Natalie Nagel
 
Children’s Theatre – Performance schedule:
 Thursday, April 10 .......  7 p.m.
 Friday, April 11 ............  7 p.m.
 Saturday, April 12 .......  11 a.m. (limited seating)
 
All performances will be held in Ketler Auditorium, the main stage of Pew Fine Arts Center. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each performance.

Admission is free; no tickets are required. General inquiries may be directed to 724-458-3331 or theatertickets@gcc.edu.

Seating at the Saturday matinee may be limited, due to the block of seats reserved for those attending the character breakfast that morning.

 

TAP One-Act Festival

May 1-3, 2014
Pew Fine Arts Center – Little Theatre

Advisor: Dr. Janice Brown
Student Coordinator: Ethan Mitchell

Tau Alpha Pi (TAP), the Grove City College Theatre Honorary, sponsors the Spring TAP One-Act Festival during Parents’ Weekend 2014. The show consists of four short plays that are directed by students.

TAP One-Acts – Spring 2014 Festival – Performance schedule:
 Thursday, May 1 ......  7:30 p.m.
 Friday, May 2  .......... 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
 Saturday, May 3 ....... 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

All performances will be in the Little Theatre in the Pew Fine Arts Center. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each performance.

Admission is free; however, attendees will need a ticket. Click HERE to reserve tickets. Inquiries may be directed to 724-458-3331 or theatertickets@gcc.edu.

Reserved tickets may be picked up in the Grove City College Student Union during the week preceding Parents’ Weekend or at the door, 45 minutes prior to each performance.

Seats will be held for advance ticket holders until 15 minutes before show time. Seats for non-tickets holders will be available from 15 minutes before until curtain, as space allows.

There will be one brief intermission, but ticket-holders are kindly asked to remain for the duration of the festival. Total run-time is under two hours.

 
 
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