IN REVIEW – FEBRUARY 2022

IN REVIEW – FEBRUARY 2022

On February 12, 59 area students attended the second of three Youth Theatre of Hardin County Winter Workshops in preparation for the summer production of THE LITTLE MERMAID. 

On February 12,13, 100 students from North Hardin High School Choir under the direction of Cassie Lucas presented BEAUTY & THE BEAST before a student audience of 322 and public audiences totaling 1033. 

On February 17, the PAC hosted the Hardin County Board of Education monthly meeting. 300 students were recognized for accomplishments before an audience of 300.

On February 18 & 19, The North Hardin High School Drama Club, under the direction of Donna Thomas, presented AND. 19 students performed before live in-person audiences totaling 80 and live-streamed to 8.

On February 25, 27, 27 students from John Hardin High School Choir presented 3 performances of their production of THE WEDDING SINGER before student audiences of 253 and public audiences totaling 250. The event was live-streamed to 32 classrooms(400 students) and 12 locations, including IA, Il, IN, CA, PA, TX, and KY.

The PAC  held an offsite event, “Sherlockapalooza,” at Crowne Pointe Theatre.   A movie marathon of the PAC’s four-year salute to the great detective Sherlock Holmes included panel discussions, merchandise sales, and special guests. An average of 25 patrons attended each of the showings. This event generated $294 in ticket revenue with an added donation from Crowne Pointe of $106 for a net gain of $400.

Total Served in FEBRUARY: 2071 HCS Students, 12 Non-HCS Students, 68 Adults, 1654 Audience Members.

Total Served to date: 4,066 students (4,663 HCS, 303 Non-HCS) 1,077 Adults & 8,867 Public Audiences.

 

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