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PPCC Theatre presents original works with a twist

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – August  25, 2021 – Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) Theatre Department presents performances from a different point of view: ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES, a collection of original works….in an alternative venue.

Written, performed, and directed by former and current PPCC students and faculty, ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES is a collection of monologues from your favorite myths or well-known stories, but told from another, unexpected point of view. Encounter Peter Pan’s shadow, a statue in Medusa’s garden, Medea on a dating site, and several other unconventional narrators of stories you thought you knew. This collection represents some of the best of PPCC Theatre Department past, present, and future, and performed in the great outdoors behind the gorgeous new Studio West building. An alternative venue, if you will. Please be aware this production has adult content and may not be appropriate for small children. 

Since the performance will take place outside, bring some warm layers for those chilly Colorado evenings and your own camping chair or sturdy blanket to sit on. Some folding chairs will be available. Bathrooms are available inside but masks are required regardless of vaccination status. We will follow all PPCC official safety recommendations and protocols. Check-in 15-30 minutes prior to show start. 

Live performances in person: 

Thursday, Sept 9th 7:00-9:00 pm

Friday, Sept 10th, 7:00-9:00 pm

Saturday, Sept 11th, 7:00–9:00 pm

Reserve your seat here:


FREE and open to the public

We are collecting cash donations and non-perishable food/toiletries for the PPCC Food Pantry. 

General admission seating


Pikes Peak Community College 

Downtown Studio Campus

Behind Studio West Building

22 North Sierra Madre St.

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

(Look for the mural called THE CROWD, full of green and yellow faces, follow the gravel pathway to the back parking lot)

Virtual Access:

In addition to doing a live performance, we are offering a streamable virtual experience, to be released simultaneously. This way students and supporters from all over the country can share the experience with us, no matter their distance or ability to join in person. Find this performance (starting 9/9/2021) and others at

Learn more:

Event Graphics:



Hannah Alden 

O.S. Cotton 

Nereyda Flores 

Kirstyn Gatch 

Kate Hertz 

Jasmyn Madise 

Hollyann McCann 

Casey Knight McMullen 

Emily Newton 

Takara Okabe 

Roxanne Rankin 

Aime Sharp 

Kit Silva



Charon: Danielle Sanchez

Medusa: Makk Askew

Statue: Ben Rosko

Nap Retep: Kate Hertz

Pearl: Jeni Renz

Francesca: Charlotte Kwong

Mary: JoLynn Minns

Cassia: Dali Moncada

Sabine Women: Sarah Kuhns, Makk Askew, Kit Silva, Dali Moncada

Oracle: Lin Larson

Andromache: Tierra Izzo

Barber: Alexandra Bowker

Ophelia: Makk Askew

Cassandra: Ilana Sherwood

Medea: Kit Silva

Puck: Ray Kaiser

Big Bad Wolf: Roxanne Rankin


Production Team:

Producer/Co-Director: Sarah Sheppard Shaver

Co-Director/Dramaturg: Hollyann McCann

Production Assistant: Caleb Reichard

Director of Videography: Rene Mathenge

Projection Slide Design: Hollyann McCann

Light Designer: JoLynn Minns

Sound Designer: Rene Mathenge

Costume Designer: Sarah Sheppard Shaver

Properties Design: Sarah Sheppard Shaver and Hollyann McCann

Poster Design: Hollyann McCann

Playbill Design: Hollyann McCann


About PPCC Theatre Department

Drama is one of the oldest forms of human expression and PPCC is dedicated to providing students with the academic training and hands-on experience they need to pursue it as a career. Students learn about performing and production through classroom instruction and by staging productions of classical and modern theatre. A degree at PPCC can lead to work in acting, directing, screenwriting, theatre and stage management and costume, lighting and set design.

About PPCC

Established in 1968 and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, PPCC offers associate degrees, certifications in career and technical fields and three bachelors’ degrees. With three campuses, various off-campus locations, two military education centers, and hundreds of online classes, PPCC provides access to a quality, affordable and flexible education to more than 20,000 students annually with both credit and non-credit classes.



Event Contact:

Sarah Shaver

PPCC Theatre Department Chair