Welcome to our Living Room
What happens in a living room? Shared experience and critical conversation. At The Performing Arts Center, we provide experiences that inspire, engage, spark conversations, and make connections; creating a welcoming community hub for an increasingly diverse audience base.
In March of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic shut our doors, truncating the 2019-2020 season and inspiring a pivot to virtual programming.
Born of this unprecedented time, The PAC in Your Living Room encompasses a broad range of efforts by The PAC to develop innovative ways to deliver programming – to “inspire, engage, spark conversation, and make connections” – directly to you at home, in your very own living room.
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Original content on our You Tube channel: interviews, archived performances, sneak peeks of new work, and other surprises.
Here is a fan favorite, an episode of Pete Malinverni’s “What’s Going On Up There?”
Click the heading above to view all of our videos.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the curtain during a live performance? In Bringing Backstage Forward our Production Team invites you into their world, sharing insights and tricks of the trade. Stay tuned for a series of educational and entertaining blog posts, videos, interviews, and more.
Virtual gatherings for arts leaders to discuss the most pressing issues of the day.
Regular features include Spotlight on Black Choreographers, Meet The PAC Staff, Five Questions, Backstage with Christy Havard, Community Partner Stories, plus event photo galleries and more.
E-newsletters full of creative ideas and engaging content for all ages and grade levels, plus a resource page on our website.
We’ll continue to bring you world-class performing arts, virtually. Sneak peeks at new work, links to live streams, staff suggestions of what to watch.
Use the links below to sign up for emails and follow us on our social media channels so you don’t miss a thing!
Do you like what you are seeing here? Please consider a donation to The PAC, to help make programs like this possible —and help ensure that the arts will continue to thrive once this crisis is over.
Thank you to media sponsor WFUV.