IN REVIEW – MARCH 2022

IN REVIEW – MARCH 2022

On March 4 & 5, 32 students in Central Hardin Drama under the direction of Sarah Dakin presented 3 performances of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE! before a student audience of 271 and public audiences totaling over 300.

On March 14, after a postponement from Friday, March 11due to inclement weather and the tour being unable to reach Elizabethtown, the PAC PRESENTED the 20th Anniversary National Tour of CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES before an audience of nearly 350.

The March 12th  Youth Theatre of Hardin County Winter Workshop (Last of three) in preparation for auditions for their summer production of THE LITTLE MERMAID  had to be postponed due to inclement weather and was later held at an alternative location.

On March 19 – 21,  22 dancers with Allegro Dance Theatre under the direction of Carol Zagar presented 9 performances of ALADDIN, JRbefore student audiences totaling  3,633 and public audiences of 561.

On March 21,  THE PAC PRESENTED auditions for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s RUMPLESTILTSKIN. 55 K – 8th-grade students auditioned hailing from 9 Hardin County Schools (Creekside, G C Burkhead, Heartland, Lincoln Trail, Meadowview, New Highland Elementary and East and JTA Middle Schools)  as well as from Meade and Larue County and Elizabethtown Independent Schools (Flaherty, Hodgenville, & Helmwood Elementary, TK Stone & Stuart Pepper Middle)  and North Hardin Christian, and Home schools.

On March 25 & 26, THE PAC PRESENTED 3 performances of Missoula Children’s Theatre’s RUMPELSTILTSKIN before a student audience of 322 and public audiences totaling 564. Live streaming reached 16 households in 5 states.

On March 27, 50 members of Heartland Winds presented a free concert before an audience of 153.

On March 30 & 31, the Kentucky Music Educators Association held its 4th District Large Ensemble Band Assessments. 30 bands from Hardin and 11 neighboring counties and a total of 1,265 students performed on the PAC stage before audiences totaling 1,600. 

Total Served in March: 3,906 HCS Students, 2,205 Non-HCS Students, 187 Adults, 3,728 Audience Members.

Total Served to date: 11,077 Students (8,569 HCS, 2,508 Non-HCS) 1,192 Adult Participants & 12,595 Public Audiences.

 

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