A Season of Wonder 2015 - 2016

A Season of Wonder

Panola College's 2015-2016 theatre season presents A Season of Wonder.  This year's productions are Godspell by Stephen Schwartz, a dinner theatre  Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertol Brecht, Translation, Tony Kusher, No Halfway Ground: The Regulator Moderator War, an interactive historical presentation developed by the Drama, History , and Art departments, Two sessions of Student Directed Work, She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen  and The Great Cross Country Race,  the Children's Show.  For ticket pricing and reservations, call 903-693-2064 or email tickets@panola.edu or click on the reservation link at the bottom of the page. (Coming Sept 15)

Fall Semester 2015

Godspell- A Musical based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew
- September 25, 26 & 27 2015 - Studio Theatre - Dinner Theatre/Dessert Matinee

The acclaimed Tony Award Winning musical led by the international hit, "Day By Day," Godspell features a parade of beloved songs including "Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord," "Learn Your Lessons Well," "All For The Best," "All Good Gifts," "Turn Back, O Man" and "By My Side."  Come join the joy and celebrate! 

Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertol Brecht, Translation - Tony Kushne October 29 - 31, 2015 - Q.M. Martin Auditorium

 

Brecht's timeless masterpiece about the wages of war.  This production is Panola College's entry into the KCACTF Texas State Festival.

 

No Halfway Ground - The Regulator Moderator War
An Interactive History Presentation - guest director Elizabeth Hedges.            November 19 - 21

A historical renactment of the bloodiest feud in United States History - and it happend all in Panola's backyard.  

Student Directs - December 3, 6 p.m. - Studio Theatre
Advanced Acting Students

A series of student-directed ten minute plays will occur at 6 p.m. in the Studio Theatre.  Admission is free for Panola Faculty, Staff, and Students.  All other costs $1.00.

Spring Semester 2016

She Kills Monsters - February 25-27, 201 at 7:00 p.m. – Q. M. Martin Auditorium

Panola Collge will boldly go where a generation of dungeon masters has gone before, to tell the story of a young woman who, in losing herself in a game, reclaims a long-gone loved one.  Qui Nguyen’s agreeable comedy details the quest of Agnes Evans, a high school teacher unable to quell her grief over her younger sister Tilly, who died at 15 in a car crash in which their parents were also killed. Finding the playbook Tilly created for her deep involvement in Dungeons & Dragons, the role-playing game, Agnes persuades a sweaty, rumpled student, to preside as dungeon master and allow Agnes belatedly to enter Tilly’s fantasy world. This production will also be Panola’ TCCSTA’s Play Festival  entryin early March.  Tickets are $10.00 for the General Public and free for Panola Family and Students.  To make reservations, please call 903.693.2064 or email tickets@panola.edu.  No children under ten will be admitted.

 

The The Great Cross County Race - Children's Play General Public -  

The Great Cross Country Race brings Aesop's famous tale of the tortoise and hare to life with great humor and imagination.  Bring the show to your school as a fundraiser!  Tickets are $1.00!  Children's Theatre Week of May 1 – May 2 School Day's Tour and Performances

 

 

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