NOW SHOWING – JANUARY 2020

NOW SHOWING – JANUARY 2020

January 11                              Youth Theatre of Hardin County Winter Drama Workshop (First of three). In preparation for the summer musical production of THE ADDAMS FAMILY.  11 AM- 2 PM. POC Betty Marsee 270-765-5421.

 

January 15                              The PAC Presents: ProAm Classical THE NOVEL ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE SIGN OF FOUR. Free Military Preview.  Know Before You Go: Rated PG due to murderous content. Best for grades 6 and above.  Wed, 7 PM. Final Dress Rehearsal. All military currently serving and retired and their families are welcome.

 

January 16                              “Thirdsday” at Mark’s Feed Store. Mark your calendars, bring the voucher (or just show on your mobile device) and plan on having lunch or dinner or both at Mark’s to help support the PAC!

January 18                              SNEAK PEEK of THE NOVEL ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE SIGN OF FOUR at Elizabethtown BARNES & NOBLE.  Excerpts from the play will be performed from 10:30AM to 4:00PM.
Last year’s adaptation (by Bart Lovins) — “The Novel Stage Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet” — is now available for purchase through Barnes & Noble with 50% of all proceeds benefiting the PAC.  Pick up a signed copy at our “Sherlock Sneak Peek Bookfair” at Barnes & Noble on Saturday, January 18.  Additionally, the PAC will receive a percentage of any purchases made at the store or cafe if we are mentioned at the register.  If you can’t make it that day, you can still support the PAC by using the code 12577284 when you shop barnesandnoble.com from January 18 to January 25.

January 16-19, 23-29              The PAC Presents: ProAm Classical THE NOVEL ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE SIGN OF FOUR. (120 mins). “An injured lady, a half a million in treasure, a cannibal and a wooden-legged ruffian – It is a romance!” The year is 1888. The strange disappearance of her father, a mysterious note, and the annual delivery of valuable pearls, brings a young woman in search of the world’s only consulting detective in this PAC ProAM Classical adaptation of the second Holmes novel, “The Sign of Four.”  Know Before You Go: Rated PG due to murderous content. Best for grades 6 and above. Thurs, Fri, Sat at 7 PM. Sun at 3 PM.  Tickets: $12-$20. Produced in Partnership with Barnes & Noble Booksellers, The Cubero Group, Jerry Cormier in Loving Memory of Shirley Cormier & Chris and Peggy Ryan for Ray and Ethel. 

 

January 21                              THE PAC PRESENTS: ProAm Classical THE NOVEL ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE SIGN OF FOUR.  School Day performance for classes/teachers 9:30 AM. $3 per HCS student, $5 all others. (Online Reservation Required).

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