Pasco-Hernando State College Volume XL, Issue II - Fall 2017 - Page 5

T Good , s e m i T Good c i s u M FOUNDATION NEWS he PHSC Foundation Performing Arts Series has Four sold out performances from last season; the PHSC become the hottest ticket in town. Locals and seasonal Foundation is hoping to excite audiences once again with the visitors have discovered the great performances new 2017-2018 Performing Arts Series lineup. The season begins available annually at the PHSC West Campus’ Performing Arts in December with returning favorite Dwight Icenhower as Elvis Center. During the 2016-2017 Season, nearly 3,000 patrons Presley in An Elvis Christmas. January brings Rob Caudill from Las enjoyed music from all genres. Audiences sang along with the Vegas Legends in a tribute to Rod Stewart. In February, the oldies classic songs of Neil Diamond, danced along with The Beach rock group The Authentics offer hits from the golden era of music Boys’ greatest hits, rocked out with a Buddy Holly tribute band, and Happy Two-Gather celebrates the music of the 60’s. The and enjoyed the timeless hits of The Eagles. Not only does season concludes in March with The New York Bee Gees, a tribute the series provide great entertainment but also welcomes the to the pop/disco giants. The Performing Arts Series is generously community to enjoy the beautiful West Campus and tour the Rao presented by Duke Energy. Ticket information is available at Musunuru M.D. Art Gallery, which is open for each performance. www.phsc.edu/TIX. FALL 2017 5