This Month at The PAC!

ProAm Auditions for the PAC ProAm Musical – MARY POPPINS
Everyone’s favorite nanny takes the stage in this practically perfect musical adaptation of Walt Disney’s masterpiece. Performances: September 20, 2024 through September 29, 2024.

  • Monday, June 24, 2024, 7PM-10PM or
  • Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 7PM-10PM
  • Video Submission Deadline: Saturday, June 15, 2024

 ProAm Auditions for the PAC ProAm Classical – THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG
Monty Python meets CLUE in this fall-down funny farce that is sure to bring down the house. Performances: January 24, 2025 through January 27, 2025.

  • Friday, June 21, 2024, 7PM-9PM or
  • Saturday, June 22, 2024, 3PM-5PM
  • Video Submission Deadline: Saturday, June 15, 2024

Auditions are open to both professionals and amateurs with roles for students and adults, so if you’ve ever wanted to perform on the PAC stage, now is your chance! The ProAm audition process is intense, but the rewards are great! Those who get cast will perform in front of thousands of local patrons:

  • Auditionees are strongly encouraged to register online before attending,
  • Audition selections need not be memorized but should be well rehearsed,
  • Auditions will start promptly, and
  • Latecomers will be seen only if time permits.

Are you eager to audition but too nervous to step onstage? If so, we can help!

Kentucky Shakespeare’s Page to Stage Audition Workshops
The workshops will focus on vocal projection, cold reading skills, and general confidence in any audition situation. Online Pre-registration is required. A $10 fee is due upon arrival.

  • Saturday, June 8, 2024, 1:00PM-1:45PM Ages 6-12
  • Saturday, June 8, 2024, 2:00PM-2:45PM Teens
  • Saturday, June 8, 2024, 3:00PM-3:45PM Adults

Go To To Learn More And Register Now!

Video Links

The links below provide a video version of this month’s blog and a link to HCECTV’s The Monthly Marquee, an interview program hosted by Bart focused on performing arts activities in our region.

Audience Survey Winners

Congratulations to Sarah Circle, Macy Mabe, Jera Skaggs, and Frances Yates, each the lucky winner of a $20 PAC gift certificate for completing an audience survey last month, and thank you for helping us learn how to serve our audiences better!

Audience Survey

Share your thoughts on your recent PAC visit and get entered into the next drawing.

PAC Spotlight

The PAC Spotlight shines on St. James Catholic School’s Avery Ditto this month!

What do you want to do when you grow up?
I want to be a musical theatre instructor and would like to continue to perform in musicals.

What have been your most rewarding PAC experiences?
I really enjoyed being in Oklahoma! last summer with YTHC. It was my first experience with Youth Theatre, and I feel that I learned a lot from the show, such as team building and how to go with whatever happens while having a great time with everyone in the cast.

How have you benefited from the PAC?
The PAC has been a place for me to really explore what I love to do and meet different people who also love the same things. At the PAC, I have had a chance to be creative and express who I am and what I like doing.

Why is the PAC important to you?
The PAC’s stage is where I really started to get into musical theatre, and it has led me to where I am now. I love being able to act out through different characters, and those opportunities wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for the PAC and the staff.

Why should the PAC be important to others?
Other people need to know that the PAC is an important place for different people of all ages to inspire them. No matter if you are in the audience or on the stage, the performance will leave you better than when you came for sure!

Do you have any other comments you’d like to share?
I’m forever grateful for all of my past and current directors, and I’m so excited to play Matilda in YTHC’s production of Matilda the Musical this summer!