15 Feb, 2022

What the heck is “tech”?

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  The Facilities Rentals page of our website proudly proclaims: “There is no better place for tech.” Most of us have heard the expression “tech rehearsal” or “the show is in tech,” but what exactly does this mean? Christy Havard, [...]

4 Jun, 2021

StorySeekers!

By |Jun 4, 2021|Arts In Education, Community Partners, PAC News & Notes|Comments Off on StorySeekers!

The PAC has a long tradition of supporting their School-Time Performance Series with in-school residency work that places independent teaching artists in classrooms to provide arts-based, integrated lesson plans for elementary and middle school children. Similarly, Janis Astor del Valle, [...]

30 Apr, 2021

Nelly van Bommel: From Dreamer to Director

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Exuding energy and inspiration, Purchase College Conservatory of Dance Director Nelly van Bommel has heart of gold and an undying dedication to her work. Guest blogger Lilia Ambler recently chatted with van Bommel about her background, her work, and her [...]

3 Feb, 2021

From Director of Production to Interim Managing Director

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A post by Interim Managing Director Christy Havard Some months ago, The PAC started a project we called “Bringing Backstage Forward.” The idea was to have the production staff create content that would let our audiences get a glimpse of [...]

25 Aug, 2020

Community Partner Stories: Brian D. Hills

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Purchase Alum Brian D. Hills (Acting, ’05) recently took some time from one of his busy days at The Police Athletic League in NYC, where he serves as the Director of Theatre Arts, to answer a few questions for our [...]