Clubs and Organizations: Performing Arts

Can you dance your tail off? Do you have the pipes to give people chills? Our performing arts student organizations are going to fill you with Glee.


Glee Club (PLV): Are you a major Gleek? Well, good news, because the Westchester Campus is home to a Glee Club! This a-cappella group is fairly new, but has performed at several events including their very own Spring Semester Concert, where they belted out some favorites including Cee Lo’s “Forget You,” Green Day’s “21 Guns,” and Rent’s “Seasons of Love.” They also hosted a benefit concert for the Save the Music Foundation and Invisible Children, where “Don’t Stop Believin’” was on the setlist. (OrgSyncTwitter)

Pace Inspirational Praise Ensemble (PIPE) (PLV): Founded in 1989, this Pace Gospel Choir holds two major concerts throughout the school year and also sings at other events throughout the semester. If God is your strength, then this student org is for you. E-mail them at (OrgSync)

Pace Drama Alliance (PLV): Interested in acting, screen writing, directing, staging, costumes, or just have a lot of great ideas? Well, Pace Drama Alliance is your stop. The Alliance would like people with all different interests to be involved and want to put on big productions for each semester as well as small ones during open houses. (OrgSync)

Sons of Pitches (NYC): Did you watch the Pitch Perfect Barden Bellas and Treblemakers and wonder why we don’t have that at Pace? Well, now we do! Founded in 2012, Sons of Pitches is a premier student-run a cappella choir looking to make beautiful music for Pace and beyond. For more info on this group, check out their website. (OrgSyncFacebook | Twitter)

Stand Up Productions (NYC): a not-for-profit theater company run entirely by students. Our most important goal is to send all our profits to charities based on the context of the show or the director’s personal decision. We believe these acts will promote a better atmosphere, establish more fulfilling work habits, and give students the opportunity to use theater to directly benefit the community in which we live and learn. (OrgSync)

808’s (Step Team) (PLV): Rhythm and movement is what the Pace Step Team is all about! If you’re interested in learning about the art of step dancing, get your fancy feet over to an 808 meeting. (OrgSync)