“Weird Al,” the nickname, originated in Sierra Madre Tower 4, room 43G, where young Alfred Yankovic lived, learned and, ultimately, became Weird Al in 1976. “I didn’t do anything drastic or dramatic like fill the hallway with Jello,” Yankovic said.…
A collection of dancers of all ages will gather on stage at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on August 14.
The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center hosted the 2011 California International Choral Festival.
Cal Poly surfers and surf fans alike can catch the waves on the big screen as the Youth Outreach Program for the Performing Arts (YOPAC) hosts its first annual Surf Film Night on May 19.
The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center isn’t the type of venue that David Crosby and Graham Nash performed at early in their music careers. But as the shoeless Graham Nash stood beside a long — fairly gray — haired David Crosby last night, fans were taken back to the nostalgic years of the ‘70s.
Cal Poly athletics director candidate Don Oberhelman held a 30-minute open form in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center lobby yesterday.
This Sunday, the Cal Poly symphony will accompany four solo musicians in Harman Hall in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) — a dream come true for any aspiring musician. Traditionally, the music department selects a small group of…
This Sunday, the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) better prepare for the roaring laughter that will ensue. Funny guy Brian Regan is coming to town, and he’s got new material.
Tomorrow night, the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) will welcome the crowned jewel of boys’ choirs, the Vienna Boys’ Choir.
“Spring Awakening,” the award-winning musical about 19th century students discovering their sexuality and morality through teenage exploits and into rock ‘n’ roll songs will come to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Sunday, Jan. 30.