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College choir open to community, children

17 August 2015

Each year, Pratt Community College’s vocal department invites community members and children to join the school's choir. 

“Each year we have a lot of fun with the community,” said J.J. Rupe, director of the PCC and community choir. “I would like to see everyone return from last semester and new faces as well.”

The kids' choir meet every Monday from 4-5 p.m. The group is for boys and girls between the ages of kindergarten and fifth grade who enjoy singing and performing. 

Honor Society Takes Initiative to Treat Cancer Patients

15 April 2015

On April 14, Pratt Community College held a bone marrow donor registration drive and fundraiser. The event drew in 39 students, employees and community members who gave DNA samples for testing, filled out health paperwork, and signed an agreement to donate peripheral blood stem cells or bone marrow if a patient match is found. 

PCC Performing Arts department presents Fiddler on the Roof

13 March 2015

The Pratt Community College Performing Arts Department will be performing Fiddler on the Roof for their spring show.

The play is based on Tevye (Dan Gillig), a Jewish milkman, who tells of the customs in the little Russian town of Anatevka. It is 1905, and life here is as precarious as a fiddler on the roof, yet, through their traditions, the villagers endure.

“This show has a very strong cast,” said Misty Beck, director. “We decided to go with a classic this year because we did something newer last year.”

Performing Arts showcase held Sept. 28

17 September 2014

The Pratt Community College Performing Arts Department is pleased to present its fourth annual Performing Arts Students and Friends Showcase on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 2:30 p.m. in Carpenter Auditorium.

The show will feature a variety of students and community members singing, acting and dancing.

There will be a variety of music from opera to pop to country to contemporary Christian to rap. The show should last about an hour and a half. Donations will be taken at the door.

PCC Performing Arts department presents Aida

27 March 2014

The Pratt Community College Performing Arts Department is pleased to present Disney’s Elton John and Tim Rice musical, Aida.

The story is about Egypt enslaving the city of Nubia and the great power’s prince, Radames (Colter Hawks). He is engaged to the fashionable Amneris (Brittnee Hill). However, when Aida (Carina Temores), the princess of Nubia, comes to the palace as a slave, love turns everything upside down and leads everyone down paths they never could have imagined.

Pratt county schools come together for concert

06 March 2014

The Pratt Community College Performing Arts Department will host the County Wide Choral Extravaganza on March 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Carpenter Auditorium.

The concert will showcase the musical talents of Pratt county students from PCC and Skyline High School. During the evening, the choirs will sing separately and together, with additional performances by their show choirs.

“It gives all the high school and college students in Pratt County a chance to sing together and create a sense of camaraderie,” said J.J. Rupe, PCC music instructor.

Auditions for Aida

Elton John and Tim Rice's contemporary take on a classic. Ages 5 and up are welcome to audition.

Performing Arts students travel to Tennessee

23 May 2013

On May 10, 16 members of the Performing Arts Department left Pratt and headed to Tennessee to celebrate another successful semester. The group met with PCC graduate Kellye Pritchett Huesman in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., before enjoying Dolly Parton's Dollywood. The group spent the next few days enjoying the entertainment there before exploring the Smoky Mountains and the Gatlinburg Aquarium. Next, the PCC students performed the pre-show at the Country Tonite Show in Pigeon Forge and at Graceland in Memphis.

Performing Arts department receives two grants

12 October 2011

The Pratt Community College performing arts department is proud to announce the receipt of two grants.

The first grant, from the Pratt City Tourism Committee, is in the amount of $1500. This money is to be used to sound and light support for productions in Carpenter Auditorium.

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