Category

Press Coverage

Black Press: Twelve Angry Jurors puts a new spin on an old tale

Penninsula News Review shares their sneak peek of our production of Twelve Angry Jurors.
Read More

Black Press: Performing arts college offers ‘relaxed performance’ program

Victoria News interviews Managing Director Caleb Marshall about the College’s new Relaxed Performance initiative.
Read More

Monday Magazine: Post-secondary acting community is healthy

On page 29 of the August 30th issue of Monday Magazine, Janis La Couvée discusses educational theatre in Victoria with Managing Director Caleb Marshall.
Read More

Janis La Couvée: Working – a review

Working “tug[s] at heartstrings and make hearts swell with pride,” says Victoria arts reviewer Janis La Couvée.
Read More

Honoring Community Leadership

Our students recently performed at the Victoria Foundation‘s annual Donor Tea. Our sincere thanks to the Victoria Foundation for supporting youth and the arts by donating to our college!
Read More

Janis La Couvée: Working – a preview

Victoria arts reviewer Janis La Couvée provides a sneak peek of CCPA’s upcoming production of Working.
Read More

Saanich News: Spotlight on emerging actress Avery Fehr

Student Avery Fehr was featured in Saanich News and Peninsula News. The spotlight article is part of a sponsored series by TELUS that highlights the people and organizations benefiting the communities they work in.
Read More

Oak Bay News: What it means to be a performer in a multicultural society

CCPA student Annick Robledo Morales, from the Dominican Republic, talks to the Oak Bay News about multiculturalism and the arts.
Read More

Black Press: Getting back to work for their year-end show

Monday Magazine and Vancouver Island Free Daily featured CCPA’s upcoming production of Working, at the McPherson Playhouse from April 26-28.
Read More

Black Press: New lead for Canadian College of Performing Arts in Oak Bay

Caleb Marshall takes the lead at Canadian College of Performing Arts this month. He starts as Managing Director on April 20. Monday Magazine picked up the story.
Read More
1 3 4 5 6 7 8