Kitty Janvrin is a 2013 graduate of PCA Theatre and Horizon and a recent alumna of the University of South Carolina Honors College. She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Public Relations. During the second half of her university career, she completed an undergraduate thesis on the effects of oral histories chronicling illicit paramilitary activity on collective memory in Northern Ireland. She presented her research through an original short play, and the project was a finalist for the William A. Mould Outstanding Senior Thesis Award. Kitty currently works in the marketing department for Blumenthal Performing Arts in Charlotte, NC.
Jeff Driggers' passion for acting and filmmaking began in PCA Theatre and continued to grow as a film major at the University of Texas at Austin. After graduating, he returned to Columbia where he ran a film production company, Palmetto Pictures, and was a prominent member of the South Carolina Shakespeare Company. He has been featured in Indiegrits, Expecting Goodness Film Festival, 2nd Act Film Festival, and numerous others. He currently resides in Los Angeles where he works as a filmmaker and actor. "PCA Theatre was instrumental in shaping my path in life as an actor and filmmaker. It forged some of the strongest, long lasting friendships of my life through a close knit dedication to producing high quality theatre. PCA Theatre laid the foundation for both my career and life passions."
Commercial Offset Pressman and Owner
PCA visual arts graduate, Lyla Shlon, received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2013 with a major in Printmaking and a Minor in Art History and in 2014 earned her PTP in Collaborative Lithography from Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, NM in 2014. She is also the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship and the Winifred M. Gordon '28 Summer Travel Intensives Award to study in Sorrento, Italy. Recently, she served as Guest Master Printer, SUNY Purchase College, Westchester, NY where she ran the college's Heidelberg KORD 64 to collaborate with the Archive Project's students and teachers to create an interative fine art publication which debuted at the NY Book Fair at PS1 in the fall of 2016. Currently, Lila is a Commercial Offset Pressman and Owner at Two Birds One Stone Editions, freelance illustrator.
Tyne Angela Freeman
Tyne Angela Freeman is a singer/songwriter and a graduate of Dartmouth College. She has performed across the U.S and internationally, sharing her music in Ghana, Cuba, and South Korea. Her endeavors have earned features in Seventeen Magazine and Urban Cusp. At Dartmouth, Tyne was the recipient of numerous arts awards, and completed a Senior Fellowship. As a Fellow, she spent her senior year recording a collaborative album. The work features artists from countries throughout the African continent and diaspora. Tyne was honored as a 2013 National Young Arts Finalist, and is an alum of the Grammy Foundation's GRAMMY Camp. She was also selected to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the 2015 Millennial Stage Series. A PCA Theatre alum, Tyne uses her music to benefit causes she cares about, and has released two charity albums. Her most recent project supported the Global Village Project, a school in Georgia for adolescent-aged refugee girls.
Itai Almor, 2016 PCA Visual Arts graduate is currently studying at Yale University. Itai is a 2016 National Merit Scholarship recipient and was nominated for a 2016 Presidential Scholar Award. He is an AP Scholar with Distinction awarded by the College Board and is the recipient of numerous Scholastic Gold Key awards for his outstanding work. His art has been featured in shows at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport, Richland Mall and The Village Artists Gallery in Columbia, SC and published in Adroit Journal (Summer 2015 issue), an online art and writing magazine.