Paca Presents

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PACA Presents are theatrical performances that are directed and performed by seasoned actors and directors. We are always welcoming new performers into this distinguished group. If you are interested in performing or directing with us, please talk with either Mark or Margo about your qualifications, come to an audition, or show us some clips of your work.  Our board makes the final determination whether a show will be presented in the following year’s line-up.

 

Our 2015 Season!

FEBRUARY 12-14 and February 19-21: Evening of Ives (1st weekend only); Evening of Durang (2nd weekend only): Two weekends of sidesplitting comedy that borders of the extreme. All these one-acts are produced in conjunction with Gannon’s annual Fringe Festival. Ticket prices are reduced for this event to $5.00.

APRIL 16-18 and 23-25: Two sisters are reunited after the Holocaust in A Shayna Maidel by Barbara Lebow. This intense drama is one of the highlights of our programming for April’s Holocaust Remembrance month.

MAY 21-23 and 28-30: Calling the Moon takes an honest look at how we dissect our thoughts in the aftermath of suicide. This is a world premiere piece written by local playwright, Margo Wolfe.

JUNE 18-20 and 25-27: It is college admissions time and 13 Ways to Screw Up your College Interview by Ian McWethy shows us exactly what can happen in this comedic tale.

JULY 10-11, 17-18 and 24-25: PACA is thrilled to bring you the classic Love Letters by A. R. Gurney, along with some of Erie’s finest and most beloved performers.

July 31 and August 1st: It is Attack of the PACA again, two full days of family-friendly activities and evenings of music, dance, and theater.

SEPTEMBER 11-12: PACA will be working in conjunction with Erie Arts and Culture to produce Beckett’s acclaimed End Game to highlight Erie Arts in our area.

OCTOBER 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 and 30-31: It’s Rocky Horror Time! Yes, PACA is reviving this classic with a new cast and performances will run throughout the month, cumulating in our popular Halloween Bash.

NOVEMBER 12-14 and 19-21: PACA is thrilled to have Michael Weiss direct for us. He will showcase a powerful comedy entitled The Remarkable Thing about Stardust by Ann Pie.

DECEMBER 3-5 and 10-12: Holiday plays are always a hit at PACA, and Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s wild Christmas Binge by Christopher Durang is no exception. This rip-roaring comedy is the best way to start your holiday season.

Shows begin at 8 pm. Ticket prices are $10 unless noted otherwise