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Join us during this extraordinary production season by attending one – or more – of the following 2017 – 2018 performances:

The Crucible

by Arthur Miller

October 27 – November 5
Central Campus, Pease Auditorium

CPCC Theatre is proud to bring Arthur Miller’s classic American play “The Crucible” to the Pease stage. Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play, this exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society. “The devil has returned to Broadway with the power to make the strong tremble. Be afraid, be very afraid.” - The New York Times

Evita

by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber

February 16 – 25
Central Campus, Dale F. Halton Theater

Webber’s Tony awarding-winning musical “Evita” comes to the Halton Theater stage for the first time. With a strong cast of characters torn from the fiery pages of Latin American history, “Evita” represents one of Lloyd Webber’s most-beloved scores, combining Latin, jazz, pop and more traditional influences. With such well known songs as “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,” “Buenos Aires” and “Another Suitcase, In Another Hall,” “Evita” has captured audience’s hearts around the world.

On Golden Pond*

by Ernest Thompson

April 6 – 15
Central Campus, Pease Auditorium

“On Golden Pond” is Ernest Thompson’s love story about Ethel and Norman Thayer, who are returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth year. This touching, funny and warmly perceptive study of a spirited and lovable elderly couple facing their twilight years received some of the most powerful critical and popular acclaim of any new playwright’s debut in Broadway history.

*Part of Sensoria: A Celebration of Literature & the Arts

Visit tix.cpcc.edu, or call 704.330.6534 to purchase tickets.

CPCC Theatre 2017-2018 Tickets: $20, $18, $10, $5

Tickets are subject to N.C. entertainment tax. Show titles and dates are subject to change due to availability. All evening performances 7:30 p.m. / Sunday matinees 2:30 p.m.