The Communication and Creative Arts department at PNW typically produces two productions a year. The department hosts a play in the fall and in the spring they host a musical. Shows are directed by faculty and/or students and the productions are cast with PNW students.
PNW students, faculty, staff and local community members are encouraged to attend.
- Bradley Bieniak
- Brizeida Bueno
- Jayden Eckhart
Y Jean Chambers Hall (SULB 353)
The PNW Theatre Organization put on a one-act play by Carlos Reyes on April 20 and 21, 2022.
In a law office, several employees argue over the news that a rhinoceros is trampling through the town square. Is this true? Is it a hoax?
Although Eugene Ionesco wrote this play in 1959, in our world it can be challenging to understand if something is a conspiracy, a fact, an alternative fact, or a delusion.
The play explored ideas of mob mentality, cultural conformity, mass movements and fascism.
Rhino: Act II
By Eugene Ionesco
Directed by dado
Music by Jenne Carey
- Kira Lisle
- Tayvia Wilson
- Ethan Bukowski
- Dylan Root
- Matthew Zipko
- Sebastian Macias
- Luis Gamble
- Raquel McCafferty
Thank you to the amazing cast and crew!
Thank you to the amazing cast, crew and all of our wonderful audience members for a very successful run of Beauty and the Beast!
by Tennessee Williams | Directed by Morgan McCabe
- Blanche – Laura Riggle
- Stella – Laura Pankowski
- Stanley – Ranen Toosley
- Mitch – Matthew Ruiz
- Eunice – Irie Crouch
- Steve – Ryan Graan
- Pablo/Young Man/Doctor – Nathan Stevens
- Woman/Nurse – Vanessa Matthews
- Director – Morgan McCabe
- Assistant Director – Ryan Graan
- Production Coordinator – Lise Manon Martine Dary
- PR and Publicity – Mohammed Alsulaiman
- Lighting Designer – Rebecca Ashby
- Set Designer – Steven Mayersky
- Sound Designer – So Min Park
- Costume Designer – Irie Crouch
- Props – Justin Lara
A Comedy by Mary Lynn Dobson | Directed and Designed by Zachary Gipson
A frantically funny, Monty Pythonesque retelling of the classic.
This time around, the legendary legend, in his never-ending quest to aid the needy, encounters a lovely damsel-in-distress (oddly obsessed with skin conditions); an everscheming sheriff who would rather bowl a strike than hit a bull’s-eye; a gold-hoarding, badguy monarch wannabe; and a good-natured “Town’s Gal” who manages to make his way into every scene, whether he belongs there or not. Combine them with an expandable band of spoon-wielding Merry Men whose collective IQs equal six, and you’ve got an irreverent jaunt through Sherwood Forest you won’t soon forget!