A Rineyville native, Bart comes to the PAC after a successful career as a producer, director, playwright and actor for over thirty years. In his free time away from the PAC, he continues to explore other artistic endeavors. He holds a BFA in Performing Arts from WKU, interned at Stage One: Louisville’s Children’s Theatre and has studied with Tim Conway, Tom Poston, James Kirkwood and the National Shakespeare Company. He has served as presenter for the National Arts Education Partnership and is a member of Actors Equity Association, Kentucky Arts Presenters Network, Arts Kentucky, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Arts Education Partnership and Rotary International.
Aaron is a graduate of Indiana University Southeast with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Theatre and Spanish. After appearing in numerous college and community productions, Aaron traveled for five years as Tour Manager with the Blue Apple Players of Louisville, Kentucky before coming on board as Technical Director of the PAC in November of 2005. Aaron and his wife Moira live in Elizabethtown with their daughters Harper, River and Ryan. When he has free time, Aaron enjoys acting, traveling, watching horror movies, and video gaming.
Justin, an Elizabethtown native, got bitten by the theatre bug at a young age. He minored in theatre while at the University of Louisville, where he directed his first show. After college, Justin spent a few years working in the hotel industry as hotel manager and the local school systems as a teacher’s assistant before being able to put his love of theatre to good use by joining the PAC staff as Box Office Manager. Justin lives in Elizabethtown with his wife, Mahalia.
Diane, a Pennsylvania native, moved to Kentucky in 1996 with her husband, Dan and daughters, Jennica, Jaclyn and Julie. Diane attended Penn State University, was blessed to be a “stay at home” mom and for a hobby, drove school bus for 18 years. Being a parent volunteer in Hardin County Schools for years and her love of music and theatre led Diane to volunteer at the PAC where duties included House Manager and Volunteer Coordinator. With encouragement from good friend Nora Sweat, Diane accepted a secretarial position in the PAC office in 2004 and the rest is history.