Bart Lovins


A Rineyville native, Bart comes to the PAC after a successful career as a producer, director, playwright, and actor for over thirty years. 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. In addition, he has served as a presenter for the National Arts Education Partnership and is a member of the Actors Equity Association, Kentucky Arts Presenters Network, Arts Kentucky, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Arts Education Partnership, Kentucky Theatre Association, and Rotary International. In his free time away from the PAC, he explores other artistic endeavors.

Aaron Taylor

Technical Director

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. Aaron enjoys acting, traveling, watching horror movies, and video gaming when he has free time.

Paige Johnson

Box Office Manager

Paige is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Design and Technology. Her focus was mainly on lighting design and stage management. After college, she worked with many different theatre companies, including Adirondack Theatre Festival, Huntington Theatre Company, StageOne Family Theatre, and Actors Theatre. Paige lives in Coxs Creek with her spouse Justin. This Elizabethtown native was a former PAC student aid and avid PAC volunteer, helping with anything backstage, including sets, lights, and stage management. In addition, she enjoys knitting, crafting, and watching movies in her free time.

Kathy Zseger


A Hardin County native, Kathy has been a part of the Hardin County Schools family for over 17 years. She has enjoyed a wide variety of roles in the district, including Headstart Preschool assistant, Site Leader at the Parkway and Radcliff Elementary School Age Child Care Program, and most recently, provided care and office support at the College View Campus Early Learning Academy. The years of work in early childhood education and care were beyond rewarding. They led to friendships with many Hardin County families. Still, a lifelong passion for the arts persuaded Kathy to make a change and take on the position of secretary at the HCS Performing Arts Center. Kathy, her husband Steven, and their daughter Krystal all share a love of the local community and arts. You may see them frequently shopping at small businesses or local art fairs and markets, dining at locally owned establishments, enjoying a movie in the theater, or seeing live music.

Brandon Stearsman


Brandon, a Hardin County native, is returning to the area after spending over a decade in Bowling Green. He has been involved both onstage and backstage with the PAC and other local theater groups. He is a Youth Theater of Hardin County Alumni, has worked with The Hardin County Playhouse, where he currently holds a seat on the Board of Directors, various productions at the PAC, went on one tour as Stage Manager for the Blue Apple Players, and helped co-direct and produce several productions with Russellville High School while he was in that area. Brandon is excited to return to this area, support the growth of local theater, and be more hands-on with the happenings in this area. Brandon enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys, playing video games, board games, and tabletop role-playing games with family and friends.