Some very talented and gifted teens put their passions on display at the PCI Evening With The Arts showcase. The event featured artwork, drama, and music. The Hoop and Holler was on hand to capture the show. Stay tuned in coming days as we post videos of some of these impressive performances. You can click above to watch the opening of O Canada and Drumline performing Battle of the Beats. Teacher, Marnie Couchman, is the hostess with the mostest. PCI Drumline PCI Jazz Band The Drumline does battle. The night included dramatic scenes performed by Levi Swaine, Sarah Bell, Stephanie Osbourne, Brendan Zinck, Shany Moldovanov, Daniel Flett, and Conrad Pelley. All the performances received a warm response with Conrad Pelley’s monologue, performed in an Australian accent, bringing the loudest ovation. Conrad Pelley brings down the house with his monologue. Brendan Zinck and Shany Moldovanov perform a scene. Sarah Bell and Stephanie Osbourne create their own scene about being a teen. Daniel Flett and Brendan Zinck ham it up with a cooking show. Levi Swaine is a dramatic force in his monologue. Incredible works of art lined the hallways of PCI prior to the show and HnH cameras captured some of the work. Here’s a look. To identify the artist just click or hover on the image. by Zoey Mulvena by Alyssa Mussellum by Danielle Duncan by Alex Killam by Jessica Milling by Mackenzie Miller by Robyn Vien by Joan McIvor by Kirsten Trimble by Kari Miller by Bruna Maciel by Alyssa Garrard by Riley Alarie by Rosie Desmarais by Jillian Sareault by Cassidy Killam PCI vocal group Jambalya. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.