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‘Treasure Island’ nears end of run

Classic story on board until Oct. 2

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Posted: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 11:00 pm

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The Pima Community College Theatre Arts department is presenting “Treasure Island” through Oct. 2 in the Proscenium Theatre on PCC’s West Campus, 2202 W. Anklam Road in Tucson.

The play was written by Ara Watson and directed by Mickey Nugent. It is based on the classic book of the same name by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The story revolves around a map, an island, a treasure and pirates. It is an unforgettable adventure for those who dare.

Tickets can be purchased from the box office, by calling 206-6986 or online at www.pima.edu/cfa.

The Pima Community College Center for the Arts’ 2011-2012 season also includes student performances by Pima’s theater arts and dance programs; student, faculty and guest artist performances by Pima’s music program; and exhibitions of contemporary works by international, national and regional visual artists in the Louis Carlos Bernal Galley.

The season rounds out with an award-winning digital video and film screening; a runway fashion show of student-designed apparel; and readings and workshops by Pima’s communication department.

The Center for the Arts complex, situated on PCC’s West Campus, consists of the 425-seat Proscenium Theatre, the 75-plus-seat Black Box Theatre, the 75-plus-seat Recital Hall and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery.

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