The Arts Mean Business
Fantastic article! “The great thing about the arts is they are already in your city. The arts, unlike many industries, are not going to relocate overseas or to a different city. The arts are committed to serving your city’s residents and improving the quality of life. But what they do need are community leaders to recognize them as an industry worthy of both private and public sector support.” Read more.
SPLASH INTO EXCITEMENT: 2015-2016 SKyPAC Season Announced!
SKyPAC’s Executive Director, Jan Zarr, announced the 2015-2016 Season line up at the opening Broadway performance of SISTER ACT last night. Audience members applauded with excitement for the upcoming season performances. “It’s a big, bold and brimming season;” exclaimed Zarr, “jam packed with unforgettable performances from Blue Man Group to American singer song writer Don McLean for an exciting 2015-2016 season!” SKyPAC’s 2015-2016 season is a continuation of their goal to bring south central Kentucky the best Broadway performances, music headliners and cultural attractions. A total of twelve (12) performances make up the new season with eight (8) Director’s series performances and four (4) Broadway series performances. Subscribers will have the opportunity to add in advance any or all of the additional four (4) Add-on performances. “There is definitely something for everyone,” said Zarr, “with iconic Broadway classics like Annie and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to the ever popular Charlie Daniels Band we have pulled out all the… (Read More)