On October 13, the PAC presented PUSH Physical Theatre’s DRACULA. It was seen by nearly 500 student and adult audience members. A post production question and answer session elicited interesting questions such as “How do you warm up and prepare to perform like that on stage,” “Did you all have to learn ballet?” and “How did you move in such slow motion, it was awesome!” Thank you to producing partners Skaggs Limousine & Transportation, Party Plus, Etown Swim & Fitness and WQXE.

Congratulations to Anji Haun, winner of a $20 PAC Gift Certificate for turning in her completed program survey after seeing the production of DRACULA..

On October 14, the PAC hosted Kentucky Theatre Association’s (KTA) Northwest Regional High School Theatre Festival. Four area schools and 85 students participated: North Hardin, Central Hardin, Spencer County and Bardstown schools. Bardstown took first place and Central Hardin placed second.

On October 20 &  21 35 Central Hardin High School Drama Club students under the direction of Sarah Dakin presented RADIUM GIRLS before a student audience of 276 and public audiences of more than 200.

October 26,27,29 150 North Hardin High School choir students under the direction of Beth Root presented 5 performances of THE LITTLE MERMAID. Student audiences totaled more than 2200 and public audiences totaled over 1000, including a Sunday matinee with standing room only!