13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview Opens at PACA

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 at 3:25 PM

The Performing Arts Collective Alliance is taking us back to high school with Ian McWethy’s 13 Ways To Screw Up Your College Interview. The play, with nightly performances beginning June 18 and running through June 27, includes thirteen high school seniors interviewing for the last open spot at a university. The trick is that each of the thirteen are over-the-top, eccentric characters, whose flaws give a clear guide of what not to do to land the last spot. For just $10, it’s less than a dollar per lesson, so no hefty student loans are required. 

June 18-27th // 8 p.m. // 1505 State St. // facebook.com/paca1505

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100 years of drama, music, laughter, and family. 

A longtime local car-parts sculptor gets Ripley’s acclaim for his delightfully out-there art.

A call to save nursing jobs and chemotherapy infusion services at the Regional Cancer Center. 

Stop by VegFest 2016 and discover the fun in a plant-based lifestyle.

On Sept. 25, Mary Halvorson brings her current duo project, Secret Keeper, featuring bassist Stephan Crump, to Erie’s PACA.

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