RVC competes in NJCAA Division III in men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball, golf, baseball, softball, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's soccer. Not to brag, but we're pretty good at it. Our teams have won 11 national championships and we have had more than 130 All-Americans.
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The Estelle M. Black Library at Rock Valley College features nearly 75,000 volumes and more than 650 periodicals, and access to the interlibrary loan system. It also features spaces for individual and group study, and if you get thirsty, there's a coffee shop in the lobby!
by Agatha Christie
This play was the first play ever written by Agatha Christie in 1937, around the same time she was writing the novel Death on the Nile. It is set in Ancient Egypt, and follows the exploits of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhnaton, his wife Nefertiti and his successor Tutankhaton (who would take the name Tutankhamun when he became Pharaoh). In writing the play, Christie was assisted by the eminent Egyptologist, Stephen Glanville, who was a friend of both her and her husband, Max Mallowan. It is grand a sweeping in its scope and fits well in our "Impossible Season" as it is the largest play she ever wrote. Truly an epic by the master!
Performed March 19-29, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. (additional 2:00 p.m. matinees on 3/22, 3/23 & 3/29)