TJC Theatre adapts to COVID-19 Photos by Jessica King Tyler Junior College’s performing arts programs, like all programs and classes, are having to think outside the box. According to TJC’s COVID-19 Fall 2020 Plan, all students and faculty will need to wear a face covering to all

Tyler Junior College is heading toward the completion of the Rogers Palmer Performing Arts Center come January 2021. Building construction launched in April 2018. Photos by Michael Bald The front entrance will hold the new plaza and fountain for the center.  “We’ve replaced the old duck pond with

Hannah Horton Editor-in-Chief Honors students in the Fairytale Theatre class have spent the semester getting ready to present classic fairytales to local elementary school students. Each fall and spring semester, one section of Fairytale Theatre is open to students within the Presidential Honors Program. The course is taught by theatre

Attention, aspiring sugar plum fairies and dancing mice. The Tyler Junior College Academy of Dance’s 27th presentation of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet, “The Nutcracker,” is just around the corner. Auditions will be held in the TJC dance studio (Room 125) located in the Ornelas Health and Physical

Step back into the comedic fun of your childhood with iconic character Charlie Brown at TJC’s theater, starting Feb. 25. What began as a comic strip by Charles M. Schulz has developed into a full stage production You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.“I like releasing

Quiet anticipation filled Jean Browne Theatre before the performance of “Scenes and Revelations”, a second stage production. The lights dimmed and the anticipation turned into action as the actors quietly walked onstage and into position. The story tells a tale of four sisters living in the

"Elektra" is a new play that presents a new twist on the very old story of the fall of Agamemnon. After returning from the Trojan War, Agamemnon’s wife Clytemnestra (Holley Garrison) avenges the daughter he sacrificed in order to gain the gods' favor to

During rehearsal for “Lord of the Flies”, the audience at Tyler Civic Theatre Center sat in darkness.