Skyline College Theatre Club: Past Shows
Skyline College Theatre Club presented the Agatha Christie play "And Then There Were None" as their first venture into a "serious" dramatic production. The first show to be completed since the theater recieved its much needed upgrade, and financed in part by the A.S.S.C., this production was a popular success among the student body.
Performed three times since the club's inception in 2009, Skyline College Theatre Club always delights both students and visitors alike with their zany anticts in front of the screen as they perform a live adaptation of Richard O'brien's classic horror farce as the movie plays out behind them.
The Skyline Theater Club brought ALL of Shakespeare's works together on the stage in a single performance, taking you on an irreverent romp through the world of the Bard and an evening of hysterical insanity!
An "unauthorized parody," the play imagines characters from the popular comic strip "Peanuts" as teenagers. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, sexual relations and identity are among the issues covered in this drama. Theatre Club was successful in portraying this tale with dark but tender irreverence.
Students were charmed by this outdoor presentation of an excerpt from William Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Skyline College Honor's Club and Theatre Club produced this event with the assistance of the Drama680 Technical Production class to be reminiscent of the traveling players that were common in the era portrayed on stage.
Skyline College Theatre Club in conjunction with Skyline College Drama Department's "DRAM60-Technical Production" class sponsored a live perfomance of the local independant Ska Band "Pion 2 Zion" on August 22nd in order to liven up the campus in the first week of school and help the A.S.S.C. drum up support and membership for the variety of Skyline clubs and student organizations avaiable on campus. The Technical Production Students worked hard to build a stage, set up a professional quality sound system, and run a live concert in spite of the cold and drizzly weather.