On February 4, 150 members of the North Hardin High School Choir under the direction of Beth Root presented a concert before an audience of 418.
On February 6, 19 students participated in the Derby Festival Spelling Bee sponsored by Hardin County Schools before an audience of 81.
On February 9 & 11, 25 members of the North Hardin High School Drama Club presented 13 WAYS TO SCREW UP YOUR COLLEGE INTERVIEW and 14 MORE WAYS TO SCREW UP YOUR COLLEGE INTERVIEW before audiences totaling 138.
On February 10, 49 area students participated in the second of three Youth Theatre of Hardin County winter drama workshops in preparation for their summer production of SEUSSICAL the musical.
Also on February 10, 24 members of the Heart of Kentucky Men’s Chorus presented a St Valentine’s Day concert that included performances by the Heartland Fillies, “9 to 5” and 32 student members from Central and John Hardin High School choirs.
On February 15, the PAC hosted the Hardin County Board of Education Monthly Meeting featuring 140 student recognitions before an audience of 155.
On February 16 & 17, 35 members of John Hardin Drama under the direction of Phyllis Westfall and Elizabeth Lanham presented three performances of the musical INTO THE WOODS before a student audience of 720 and public audiences totaling 265.
On February 18, 35 musical theatre class students from North Hardin High School under the direction of Beth Root presented the musical MADAGASGAR before a public audience of 200.
On February 20, 65 student members of North Hardin High School Wind Symphony under the direction of Brian Froedge and Daniel Reams presented a concert before an audience of nearly 150.
On February 23, the PAC was pleased to present Georgie Productions’ JABBER, a play in which appearances, and judgments based on those appearances were challenged. Some judgments arise out of images of the Middle East, some arise out of images of working class, teenage anglo boys. All are filtered through the particular cultural laboratory of our schools where, unlike almost anywhere, people of all histories and backgrounds are thrown together, and where young people of all kinds must learn about what they believe in, and how far they are willing to go to defend those beliefs. A student audience of 150 and public audience of 30 attended the performances followed by thought provoking question and answer sessions.