Pegasus Players Theatre Company

Pegasus Players history began in June 1978, growing out of original student writings performed by both faculty and students at the City Colleges. Touring began in order to fill the need of the Uptown area and of groups, which had no access to live theatre. In 1984, the theatre relocated to the O'Rourke Center for the Performing Arts on the Truman College campus, located in the heart of the Uptown community. In recognition of Pegasus' commitment to the community, the City College system is making this modernly equipped facility available at no charge. Pegasus is, however, an independent, autonomous theatre company. In the past two decades, Uptown has emerged as the city's most ethnically and economically diverse neighborhood. Since beginning its residency at the O'Rourke Center, over 600,000 people have seen Pegasus' shows. This has created a unique partnership between a not-for-profit, community based theatre and a public institution, each using the other's individual resources for the betterment of the commu

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Purpose: participation in the SMART Growth Program