The Max Colley Jr. Performing Arts Center has been open since December 1998. In December of 2010 it was re-named as The Max Colley Jr. Performing Arts Center in honor of our retired Band director Max Colley Jr. for his endless dedication, love, and respect that he portrayed to the students and staff of Northview.
We from time to time rent out the Max Colley Jr Performing Arts Center for other activities. If you would like to get information concerning the availability, Please contact Michael Frank, Performing Arts Center Director, at (616) 365-6114 or email him at email@example.com.
Northview’s Drama Club presents….. Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Jueliet) by Ann-Marie MacDonald.
Take a new look at Shakespeare’s tragedies as academic Constance Ledbelly dares to question: Are Othello and Romeo and Juliet supposed to be comedies? Explore this question from within the plays and search for the Wise Fool, who averts disaster but sows chaos. As with all of your favorite plays from the Bard, enjoy sword fighting, mistaken identities, scheming villains, and of course, cross-dressing.
As per tradition, senior citizens are invited to attend the open dress rehearsal on November 7 at 7:30 pm for free. Non-seniors will be $6.
Regular shows will be held on November 8 and 9 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $6 for students and $10 for adults, and can be purchased in the high school cafeteria during lunches, on line Click here for tickets , scan this QR codeor at the door. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Michael Frank at 616-365-6114.
To get to the Performing Arts Center, continue past the high school on Hunsberger and go to Rahn Dr., turn left, go to the next drive on your left which will lead you towards the high school. You will see the Performing Arts Center and it’s parking lot directly in front of you.
Is your child a drama queen or king? Put those skills to good use. Sign your child up for Actor for an Evening. It’s a workshop designed for 2nd through 6th grade students. Your budding actor will play theater games, explore improvisation and learn about lighting and other aspects of theater.
It all takes place on Friday, January 18th, 2019 from 6:30-8:30p.m. at the Northview Performing Arts Center.
Instructors are Michael Frank (PAC Director), Pam Spring (past Highlands Play Director and past HS Musical Choreographer), and the NHS Drama Club students. The cost is $15 per student, payable to Northview Public Schools.
You can no longer register for this event.