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Director steps out from behind the curtain

In College, Michael Sande never expected he could make a career out of his passion for theater. But only a few years later, Sande...

Never stop reaching for the heights

    Of all the reasons to do the Tony Award-winning “In the Heights,” the most important is how the actors and Pierce College students can...

Preview: There’s no disguising true love

  The works of Shakespeare are considered timeless, priceless and universally adaptable. They even travel well, all the way down to the islands. Twelfth Night...

Preview: Durang Durang Comedy Show

  In a topsy turvy world of absurd characters, comedy will help the audience realize stark truths about the world around them. The Theater department...

2018-19 theater preview

The Pierce College Theatre Department is entering its 61st season, and is set to bring two plays and a musical. “We always try to balance...

An age-old division

Sequels tend to answer the questions for audiences who want to know what happened after the last scene ends in print or on the...

A toast to life

The Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron Posner’s “Stupid F------ Bird” premiered this weekend, and has people talking about more than just the...

Stupid bird soars

Unrequited affection, a tortured artist, a dysfunctional family—seemingly the ingredients for just another cliched story. However, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s production of Aaron...

Theatre department drops f-bombs

A name of a play doesn’t make a show, but it certainly can bring attention to it. Last semester, the Pierce College Theatre Department’s...

Good news for ‘Bad Jews’

For the first time in more than 10 years, the Pierce College Theatre Department sold out the entire run of one of its show....

Latest news

No sports for LACCD

After deciding to opt-out of early spring competition, Pierce College and all Los Angeles Community College District schools have decided to not compete in...

Pierce student catering for Netflix

Hard work, dedication and love are not the only things that get Pierce College student Angela Rodriguez through her 16-hour days working for her...

Cultivating the Community

Green thumbs don’t have to be for plants; they can be for communities too. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have been struggling financially...

Staying active during the pandemic

Balancing work and a workout may not seem like an easy challenge for some people, but it’s not a problem for some Pierce students...

Students and workers becoming synonymous

Juggling work and academia is nothing new for Pierce College students, but the toll of a global pandemic has caused the increased need for...
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