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22 Nov, 2022

Who In the World is Rob Mathes?

By |Nov 22, 2022|2022-2023 Season, PAC News & Notes|0 Comments

Bruce Springsteen called Rob Mathes his “secret weapon,” thanks to his contributions to Springsteen’s latest album Only the Strong Survive. Vanessa Williams lovingly refers to him as “Mr. Christmas,” as the two have collaborated on several holiday Christmas albums. Sting [...]

15 Feb, 2022

What the heck is “tech”?

By |Feb 15, 2022|Bringing Backstage Forward, PAC News & Notes|Comments Off on What the heck is “tech”?

  The Facilities Rentals page of our website proudly proclaims: “There is no better place for tech.” Most of us have heard the expression “tech rehearsal” or “the show is in tech,” but what exactly does this mean? Christy Havard, [...]

15 Feb, 2022

Community is at the Heart of What We Do

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(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 [...]

9 Feb, 2022

In Memory of Dr. Roland Henderson: Longtime PAC Volunteer 

By |Feb 9, 2022|Arts In Education, PAC News & Notes|Comments Off on In Memory of Dr. Roland Henderson: Longtime PAC Volunteer 

  Dr. Roland J. Henderson, a longtime member of The Performing Arts Center’s dedicated volunteer task force known as The Prompters, passed away recently after a short illness. A great supporter of our Education and Engagement work, Dr. Henderson brought [...]

4 Jun, 2021

StorySeekers!

By |Jun 4, 2021|Arts In Education, Community Partners, PAC News & Notes|Comments Off on StorySeekers!

The PAC has a long tradition of supporting their School-Time Performance Series with in-school residency work that places independent teaching artists in classrooms to provide arts-based, integrated lesson plans for elementary and middle school children. Similarly, Janis Astor del Valle, [...]