Pima Community College Center for the Arts
announces its exciting 2016-2017 Season: Infuse!
The new season of awe-inspiring arts events is infused with fresh ideas, cultural diversity,
award-winning productions, creative direction, landmark exhibits and talented students, faculty and community members.
Season highlights include:
- Theatre arts brings back the family favorite production CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (Sept. 21-Oct. 2)
- The Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery is planning a landmark exhibit featuring previously unseen color photos by the late photographer Louis Carlos Bernal. LOUIS CARLOS BERNAL: Arizona Unseen, Color Photographs 1978 - 1988 (Oct. 24-Dec. 9)
- Nancy Davis Booth returns to direct the phantasmic psychological thriller DRACULA. It's definitely not your grandma's Dracula! (Nov. 10 -20)
- We couldn't be more excited to present the Tony Award-winning IN THE HEIGHTS by the wildly popular award-winning composer of HAMILTON, Lin-Manuel Miranda. It's an upbeat contemporary musical that embraces Latin rhythms and dance, and spices it with hip-hop lyrics to tell a captivating story about chasing the American dream while clinging to your roots and celebrating the community from which you grew. (Feb. 23-March 5)
- Theatre arts welcomes new director Nikki Martinez for the Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's deeply moving drama THREE SISTERS. (April 20-30)
- Music continues to inspire us throughout the season with music concerts by the WIND ENSEMBLE, CHORALE & COLLEGE SINGERS, JAZZ ENSEMBLE, and ORCHESTRA, along with recitals by faculty and guest artists.
- Nolan Kubota infuses the annual dance concerts with fresh contemporary choreography in SIGNATURE SELECTIONS (Dec. 9 -10) and DANCE FUSION (May 5-6).
- The season comes to a close showcasing the talented students in fashion design and digital arts. SPRING FASHION SHOW (May 12), DIGITAL VIDEO & FILM SCREENING (May 15-16)
Tickets are available online beginning August 1. The box office opens for ticket sales August 23.
Above photograph by Louis Carlos Bernal
untitled, Douglas, Arizona, 1979
Photograph by Louis Carlos Bernal
Collection Center for Creative Photography,
University of Arizona
©Lisa Bernal Brethour and Katrina Bernal 2016
We wish you a very happy
Fourth of July weekend!