(February 2022) Speaking at the opening plenary of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters conference recently, Ben Cameron, President of the Jerome Foundation, said that “the lasting impact of the last 22 months may not lie solely in our artistic programming but in reinventing the ways we relate to one another and live together.”
We are dedicated to contributing toward this goal. The PAC has long been a hub for highly skilled artists, civic and academic leaders, community activists, and volunteers who recognize the power of investing in the performing arts to spark creativity and connection.
We are a resilient community, and we take great pride in the role we continue to play on campus and for the region — by opening our lobbies for COVID-19 testing, by making our theaters available to students and emerging artists, by connecting educators with high-quality virtual field trip materials, by sharing the expertise of our production staff with artists and companies looking to film, record, or prepare new productions for future tours or Broadway.
Our staff comes to work each day ready to tackle new challenges, and our dedicated volunteers have continued to meet on a regular basis and are ready to assist us in our re-opening and recovery. We thank you for your continued support as we move beyond recovery and into a reinvigorated and re-opened future.
–Ian Driver, Interim General Manager