Clackamas Community College students will be featured in a virtual concert at 7 p.m. Friday, June 4 and virtual theatre performances at noon on June 10 and 7:30 p.m. on June 11.
CCC's end-of-term music event is described as "an eclectic collection of choral, jazz, classical and electronic music performed by the chamber choir, wind ensemble and classical guitar ensemble."
Student performances on the Zoom stage on June 10 will showcase a mix of standup comedy, an original two-person comedy act and the short play "Now We're Really Getting Somewhere" by Kristina Halvorson. The play is about a weekly office meeting between three women that takes a turn for the worse when the boss invites an unwanted guest. This play perfectly displays the everyday struggle one might face at work with stubborn bosses or unmotivated co-workers.
CCC student Mirielle LeMay's production of "Dartwood" on June 11, is about 17-year-old Violet, a student at the Dartwood Orphan Asylum who has a sixth sense about the presence of vampires. Alice, the new girl at the asylum, share's Violet's gift, but teen jealousy nearly spells disaster. Aided by Miss Klossner, their kooky German teacher and expert in demonology, they fight for the soul of orphan Mary who may be in the clutches of the evil countess.
The music event will premiere at Facebook.com/clackamascommcollege and Youtube.com/clackamascommcollege.
For more information about events at CCC, visit clackamas.edu/music-events or clackamas.edu/campus-life/arts-performance.
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