This season at PCPA we’ll share great stories about how we identify what’s really important in our own lives and in our connection to others. The things that matter in the ties of family and faith that bind, our ubiquitous problems and universal hopes, our world shaking words and the love for which we’d risk everything. If our stories and our connection to one another doesn’t matter – what matters? What could matter more than understanding ourselves, our family, our community, our world and then translating that apprehension and empathy into connection and positive action? Figuring that out, imagining how to do it, is part of what makes the reflective power of art so important in our individual and corporate lives. We think you’ll get glimpses of that on the stage today.
How can we hope to know, respect, value and support one another if we don’t hear each other’s stories? We’re excited to use art as a bridge that can create a real avenue across our otherwise inherent ignorance of one another’s beauty, struggles and hopes. This season we hope to expand our circle and venture into deeper connections that we can rehearse in the theatre and play out in the world – seeing, knowing, loving. Massive humanity, that’s what it’s all about.