Complete the Branding/Marketing Survey and Enter to Win Charlotte Hornets Tickets

Please complete our branding/marketing survey (it should take less than 10 minutes) for your chance to win two tickets to either the Charlotte Hornets vs. the Philadelphia 76ers on April 1 or the Charlotte Hornets vs. the Indiana Pacers on April 8. Be sure to enter your email address at the end of the survey to be included in the drawing. Surveys must be completed by Wednesday, March 21 to be eligible for the drawing. Please be assured that all of your answers will be kept strictly confidential and are reported in aggregate only.

Our research partner, Candescence, will collect and analyze the results to inform the college’s marketing and communication strategy.

Thank you for your participation—your feedback is important to us!

Students, Get Theatre Tickets for FREE!

Students! Did you know you can attend CPCC Theatre and CPCC Opera Theatre events here at Central Piedmont for FREE on certain dates? If you visit the Overcash lobby box office on Fridays and select Thursdays from 6-7 p.m., you can get one free ticket with your vaild CPCC student ID! Limited availability, so get there early before they run out! Of course, you can always purchase your discounted student ticket, too, for any night of the run! Watch our CPCC Arts Facebook page and follow @cpccarts on Instagram for more specific information and reminders about the Student Rush Ticket program!

Tickets on Sale Sept. 1 to CPCC Theatre’s Upcoming Season

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) Theatre announces individual tickets go on sale Sept. 1 for its upcoming season. This year, the troupe will bring an incredible lineup of quality shows, at prices the entire family can enjoy. In addition, parking is free for all productions.

Join us during this extraordinary production season by attending one – or more – of the following 2017/2018 performances. Student tickets are just $5!

“The Bridges of Madison County,” September 22 – October 1, Dale F. Halton Theater
Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman’s “The Bridges of Madison County” captures the lyrical expanse of America’s heartland along with the yearning entangled in the eternal question “What if…?” Just like the Meryl Streep film of the same name, this sweeping romance about the roads we travel, the doors we open and the bridges we dare to cross will leave audiences breathless. With a soaring score and a heartbreaking story, “The Bridges of Madison County” is a touching and powerful start to CPCC Theatre’s 2017-2018 season.

“The Crucible,” October 27 November 5, Pease Auditorium
When a group of young girls is found dancing in the woods, and immediately fall ill, no earthly cause can be determined. However, the citizens of Salem suspect that some more sinister force may be at hand. As long-held grudges turn to violent disputes, humiliating secrets are exposed and disseminated, and the line between truth and pretense becomes increasingly blurry, the citizens’ dogged determination to root out evil becomes more dangerous than the evil itself. Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play, Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” remains as relevant as ever, and carries with it a stern warning: in every community torn by suspicion, the most dangerous threat may be the community itself.

“Evita,” February 16 25, Dale F. Halton Theater
Andrew Lloyd 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 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,” April 6 15, 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.

Individual and season tickets will go on sale Sept. 1 to all performances. College and high school students who present a valid student I.D. may purchase a $5 ticket. For more information, ticket prices or to reserve your seat(s), please call CPCC’s SunTrust Box Office at 704.330.6534 or visit tix.cpcc.edu.

Take Advantage of CPCC Rewards – Queens Athletics

CPCC Rewards is an online community of discounts and special offers available to CPCC students and employees from participating businesses.Queens Royals

This month’s featured vendor is Queens University of Charlotte which is offering CPCC students free regular season Royals basketball tickets (four tickets/per game).
To redeem this reward,  students must present a valid CPCC I.D. To learn more about this reward, please visit www.cpcc.edu/rewards.

CPCC Theatre Presents “The Trip to Bountiful” Sept. 25 – Oct. 4

A Trip To Bountiful
The Trip to Bountiful by Horton Foote
September 25 – October 4
Pease Auditorium, Central Campus
Ticket prices:
  • Adult ticket: $18
  • Child ticket: $10
  • College or high school student (with valid ID): $5
  • Faculty and staff ticket: $5 (one per CPCC ID)
(Tickets subject to NC entertainment tax.)
Free parking available in theater parking deck located off of 4th Street.
For additional information, call the box office at 704.330.6534 or visit the box office in the lobby of Overcash Center on Central Campus.

$5 Student Ticket!

All CPCC Arts tickets (theatre, opera and dance) are just $5 for students.  Stop by the box office in the Overcash Building on Central Campus and use your CPCC ID to purchase a $5 ticket today.  One ticket per ID, please.  Tickets are

Arts at CPCC

Arts at CPCC

now on sale for 2012-13 CPCC Theatre performances, including “Godspell,” September 28 – October 7 at Pease Auditorium.  Come see this groundbreaking musical with a message of kindness, tolerance and love.  Tickets are also available for:

“Sylvia”

A romantic comedy about a marriage and a dog.

Oct. 26 – Nov. 4, Pease Auditorium

“Big River”

A celebration of pure Americana with an award-winning score from country music king Roger Miller.

Feb. 15-24., Dale F. Halton Theater

“Fences”

A Pulitzer Prize winning drama about race, family and dreams.

April 12 – 21, Pease Auditorium

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