2015-2016 School Day Performance GuideSKyPAC_SchoolDaySeason_2015_2016_FINAL-1

It’s that time of year again! Download your 2015-2016 School Day Performance Guide here:  SKyPAC School Day Performance Schedule

2015-2016 Performances at a Glance:

Touring Productions:
The Lightning Thief (Theatreworks USA)
October 23, 2015 9:30 a.m.

Frosty (Theatreworks USA)
December 2, 2015 9:30 a.m.

Kentucky History: Chronicles from the Commonwealth (Kentucky Shakespeare)
February 5, 2016 9:30 a.m.

Duck for President (Lexington Children’s Theatre)
April 28, 2016 9:30 a.m.

SKyPAC Youth Theatre Productions:

Hansel and Gretel
September 25, 2015 – Capitol Arts Center
9:30 a.m.

Once Upon a Mattress
November 13, 2015 – Capitol Arts Center
9:30 a.m.

Where the Red Fern Grows
January 22, 2016 – Capitol Arts Center
9:30 a.m.

Hairspray Jr.
March 4, 2016 – Capitol Arts Center
9:30 a.m.


Upcoming SKyPAC Youth Theatre Auditon! MusicalRevue_Graphic_Web

SKyPAC Youth Theatre is excited to announce our 2nd Musical Revue!
A SKyPAC Youth Theatre Original

Friday, March 27, 2015 by appointment ONLY at the Capitol Arts Center, 416 E. Main Street.
Saturday, March 28, 2015 Carol Wedge Studio Theater at SKyPAC (in the Renshaw Education Wing) from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

WHO: 12-18 years of age.

AUDITION INFORMATION: Students ages12-18 need to perform 1-2 Broadway songs that they would like to perform in the show. Song(s) should preferably be ones they’ve performed before or that they’ve worked on a lot and are already prepared to perform. Auditions can be solos, duets or small group numbers.

The Musical Revue: A Broadway Story is a concept created by SKyPAC Education Director, Zac Bush. The Musical Revue will appeal to all musical theatre fans, as well as those new to musical theatre. Contact Zac Bush at or 270-904-5016 for additional details.
Audition Flyer DOWNLOAD : Musical_Revue_AuditionFlyer_2015

2014-2015 SKyPAC School Day Performance Season

SKyPAC offers a wide-ranging program of arts and education events, performances, classes and in-school activities all designed to achieve SKyPAC’s vision of creating a better community.  Our goal, that over time K-12 students in the region will achieve higher graduation rates and college entrance exam scores than before SKyPAC opened, is the key focus of our education program.  We work alongside educators in the BRADD region to provide guidance for integrating arts into the classroom through artist-in-residence programs and professional development workshops.

SKyPAC is fully committed to providing opportunities for youth to experience personal achievement and creative fulfillment, while boosting their confidence and self-esteem, and providing the necessary tools for them to carry with them throughout every facet of their lives. DOWNLOAD: 2014-2014 SKyPAC School Day Performance Season


Janet’s Planet
Thursday, September 4, 2014 • 9:30AM
Thursday, September 4, 2014 • 11:00AM
Janets Planets Study Guide

Little Shop of Horrors
Presented by the SKyPAC Youth Theatre Program
Friday, September 26, 2014 • 9:30AM
Little Shop of Horros Study Guide

MisterE of Imagination: Tales of Edgar Allan Poe
Thursday, October 16, 2014 • 9:30AM
MisterE Study Guide

The Frog Prince
Presented by the SKyPAC Youth Theatre Program
Thursday, December 4, 2014 • 9:30AM
Friday, December 5, 2014 • 9:30AM

Four Score and Seven Years Ago
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 • 9:30AM
Thursday, February 5, 2015 • 9:30AM
Four Score Study Guide

Presented by the SKyPAC Youth Theatre Program
Friday, February 27, 2015 • 9:30AM

DOWNLOAD: 2014-2014 SKyPAC School Day Performance Season

Little Shop of Horrors Audition Week

Wow! We had an unbelievable turn-out for auditions on Monday and Tuesday. The level of interest and the amount of talent makes casting the show a difficult task. We had nine youth from other counties arrive for auditions, meaning that their families are willing to make the commitment to drive 30-45 minutes daily to have their children involved in SKyPAC’s educational programming. It is obvious that we are seen by our community and surrounding areas as the best in the region.

Thank you to all participants. The cast list will be posted on Friday, August 1, 2014, at 9:00 p.m., on the front door of the Capitol Arts Center. Please make sure to initial beside your name to indicate that you accept the part.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Zac Bush, Education Director, at

Our season opener will be one you won’t want to miss! Performance dates for Little Shop of Horrors are September 26-28, 2014. For tickets, please contact the SKyPAC ticket office at 270.904.1880, Monday – Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Upcoming SKyPAC Youth Theater Auditions

LittleShop_logoWe are excited to announce The Little Shop of Horrors as our first SKyPAC Youth Theater audition for the 2014-2015 season! Download the audition flyer below for details!

DOWNLOAD: Youth Theater Audition Flyer – The Little Shop of Horrors

2014 SKyPAC Youth Theater Summer Camp

SKyPAC is excited to partner with the Missoula Children’s Theatre this summer for three exciting weeks of camps where youth artists will be active participants in every phase of staging a full-length theatrical production.

In support of the talented students in the region, SKyPAC Youth Theater Associate, Zac Bush, will be conducting Governor’s School for the Arts/College Preparatory workshops as well as a Theater Intensive week-long workshop. These workshops will be held at the at the Capitol Arts Center for students who are interested in all aspects of staging a production including directing, stage managing, design, technical directing and marketing. Download the summer schedule and registration form below!

School Day Performances

Check out our Education and Galleries brochure for all of the opportunities we offer for learners of all ages! What’s Inside: Education Outreach, youth Theater Details, Gallery Information, Summer Youth Activities and School Day Performance Schedule for 2013-2014

Download here: SchoolDay_PDF_2013


We want to send a huge thanks to all of our partners in education all across the area, who have already completely filled our school day performance of Charlotte’s Web on February 15th. We are thrilled to have had such great response to our school day performances so far this year. If you are an educator and haven’t yet gotten tickets to our other Updated School Day Performances, please know that our each performance has filled very quickly. Tickets cost $5.00 each, with 1 free chaperone allowed for every 10 students. We are in the process of putting together our school day performance schedule for the 2013-2014 academic year, so watch this space for more exciting news on that front!

Teachers who work with students in grades 7-12, be sure to keep an eye on the rapidly approaching deadline for entries into this year’s Scholastic Art Competition! It is a wonderful way for students to have their artwork recognized locally, and could even earn them scholarships and national recognition! The deadline for registration and online submission is January 7, 2013. For more information and to register artwork, visit

Thanks again to all of the wonderful educators that we get to work with for making our jobs so worthwhile and fun! From the SKyPAC Education Department, we wish everyone a safe and restful semester break, and can’t wait to see you all in 2013!

-Katie Maurer
December 14, 2012

Scholastic Art Awards

SKyPAC is excited to serve as a Regional Affiliate for the Scholastic Art Awards, a national competition for young artists in grades 7-12. Artwork is judged at the regional level; Gold Key winners’ artwork will then go on to compete at the national level, where they may be eligible to receive scholarships and other recognition. Please note that the deadline for online submission is January 7, 2013!

ALL entries must be submitted online. After the jury process, award-winning entries will be delivered and on exhibition in the SKyPAC Children’s Gallery from January 21-February 24, 2013. For more information and to register artwork, visit

The fabulous time I had in Monroe County! (the first time) 

First I would like to say sorry for the delay.  Election Day, what craziness.  However, here, as promised, is the continuation of my summer as an intern. This week: Monroe County!  My first contact with Monroe began with getting in contact with Blanche Trimble – she was referred to me as “the Matriarch of Tompkinsville arts.”  I’ll go ahead and spoil the surprise: I never met the lady, but we chatted several times on the phone.  She always sounded cheerful and eager to help.  Of course for that matter, so did everyone in Monroe.

After several talks with Blanche I headed out of Bowling Green along Hwy 100.  On the map it seemed the most direct route, not only to Tompkinsvillebut to hit Fountain Run as well (Fountain Run has a park with an amphitheater that needed to be measured and documented), but Hwy 100 on the map does not take into account the slow moving tractors frequently utilizing said highway.  So it took a bit.   I should notethe Fountain RunPark furnishes theirpatrons with some of the coolest outhouses too.  The toilets are stone, and it was kind of awesome.

Anyway, at the far end of the park sat a little white house, and I needed some additional info.  So I walked over to the porch.  I was about to knock on the door when I noticed some deerskulls on the table outside and a skinning knife stuck in one of the porch supports.  I knocked anyway, and inside met this young guy named Johnny, who was going to be deployed soon. He answered my questions about the park and then confided he had been one of the local contractors hired to help build SKyPAC.  “Whoa! Really?” I said.  He confirmed, and I shook his hand and headed off to T-ville.

The first place I looked forwas the Monroe County Rolley-Hole Marble Super Dome.  You can Google more specifics about the game if you want, or you can hang around with this blog for a while, and at some point I’ll post more specifically about the game, how to play and who does play, and other pertinent details about all things Rolley-Hole.

Tangent aside, I made my way through downtown T-ville with some half-baked directions, and at thefork in the road, I turned right when Ishould have made aleft.  About five milesdown, I sawa couple of old guys: one was mowing the lawn and the other seemed tobe flipping his socks inside out.  I stopped and briefly explained about SKyPAC and cultural mapping andlooking for Rolley-Hole arenas; they quickly began bickering whether I needed to go straight to the Super Dome or if theBowman boys still played down by the market up the street or….well honestly, it went on for a bitand I started admiring the scenery until I heard directions.

Eventually the guy on the mower said, “Well yougoup the street for a couple miles.  You’ll go down a hilland there’sanother hill after thatone.  Well down in between those two hills there’s a grocery store.  TheBowmanboys used to havea Rolley-Hole court down thereand if they still play there I’m sure you’ll run into one of ‘em.  The Super Dome is back the other way through the stop sign.”  I said thanks and took leave toward the hills with the grocery store that might have a Rolley-Hole court.  Really I just wanted to see the Super Dome, but I figured they went to so much trouble arguing about where I needed to go, I could be polite.

Well the grocery store was kind of tiny, and I wasn’t entirely sure if it was open.  Eventually, after staring at it for a sec, I went in and grabbed a Sprite and asked the guy at the counter about the Rolley-Hole court and the Bowman boys and mentioned something about SKyPAC and cultural mapping. “Well,” he said, “if you goup this street you’ll see a barber shop on your left, and the Bowman’s house is as about as far away from that barber shop as we are from that stop sign.” He was pointing at a stop sign, “You see that stop sign there?” I did see the stop sign, and I told him as much.  “Well their house is the brick one and if you go knock on the door, I’m sure they can answer your questions.”  I said thanks and headed down the road to the Bowmans’.

Now the Bowmans were the Bowmans, but where I was going wasactually the Waldens because aBowman daughter hadmarried a Walden butthey’re still considered Bowmans.  It still confuses me a bit, but they all turned out to be great people and went above anything I had expected.  Anyway, I got tothe door and Mrs. Walden answered.  There was talk of SKyPAC and cultural mapping and she called up her son who was a couple houses down.  His name is Ben, and he walked up the back trail where I was waiting next to the car.  “You must be Ben!” I said.  He was Ben, and there was more talk of SKyPAC and cultural mapping.  He explained thegist of Rolley-Hole and briefly the history andhanded me a couple Rolley-Holemarbles he had made out of river granite.  “You want to watch me make one?” he asked.  Ofcourse Idid.

Now why I didn’t get to meet with Blanche and take her to getsome tasty barbecue like I had promised.  Wewalked a couple houses down and Ben went through the whole process of picking out stones and grinding them down and all things Rolley-Hole marble-making related.  Afterward his mom brought mea bookabout the history of the game.  So I left there with three homemade Rolley-Hole marbles and a book explaining it all.

As I was leaving I asked again about the Super Dome.  Ben lookedat the time and figuredit might be too late to catch anyone but told me the lights were on the left as you walk in the front door.  I guess he saw this confused me (because I couldn’t imagine anyone could just walk in whenever they wantedand turn on the lights) so he offered to take me down there and show me how to play.  As we left, Ben ran into hisgrandpa Colonel inthe drive.  The two talkedfor a bitand there was mention of SKyPAC and cultural mapping and the Monroe County Rolley-Hole Marble Super Dome.  So Colonel hopped in Ben’s truck, and we headed off to Super Dome.

The two old guys with the socks and the mower had been right: I should have turned left when I turned right at the fork in the road, butit worked out because I still madeit to the Super Dome.  Now the Super Dome istucked in back of the fairgrounds at the end of a dirt road, and it’s kind of a blue shack.  I’m not going to explain too much because this is getting lengthy, and I already omitted the side jaunt to Mud Lick. I hung out with Ben and Colonel, and they showed me how to play Rolley-Hole (which I was no good at), then took leave to meet up with Blanche.  Sadly, when I called it was too late, and she said she was already in her PJs.  So instead we had another great phone chat, and I promised to get her barbecue some other time.

I swung by Gamaliel to catch the Thursday night bluegrass jam they hold at the town hall, but it ended right before I got there.  I got some more stories about Monroe and the great people there, but I’ll get to that later.  Maybe after I finally track down Blanche and buy her some barbecue. – Joseph Southworth

From a Summer Intern at SKyPAC

This summer I interned for SKyPAC doing Community Engagement- a description while self-explanatory remains remarkably vague.  This is a sentiment I felt even as I signed on for the program. Neither had I any idea how quickly the gears turn at this operation; being my first foray into the performing arts field, my expectations formed around my knowledge of theatre.  My knowledge of theatre, though, lacked anything more than a handful of plays I participated in during high school.

Andee, my supervisor (you should know her cause she’s awesome), luckily had a plan- which turned out to be more like a mad scheme.  Not mad for any absence of substance or vision but mad as in maddening because Andee doesn’t stop to train; she bowls you over with her positive attitude and you hit the ground running.

This is what I did: in order to be neighborly, SKyPAC reached out to other non-profit organizations, seeking gaffs that we could help fill.  My job fell to be the greeting-and-handshake of new neighbors to these organizations.  I visited the International Center, Girl Scouts, Boys & Girls Club, and also some local businesses and other places.  I worked to spread the word about our summer camp programs and applicable scholarships, handed out posters, passed along business cards,and spoke with representatives of thenon-profits regarding their programs and how SKyPAC might be able to achieve their objectives.  Oh and there were murals.

Keepin mind, this represents merely an introduction to my summer with SKyPAC, eventually my internship developed into a culturalmapping project of the arts in the BRADD (Barren River Area Development District) region to be divulged in the following weeks. The BRADD region is the ten county region centered around Warren County.  It turned out to be more fulfillingthan my original summer plans of canoeing everyday, more fun, anda heck of lot more useful as far as life experience goes.  I should note, I have no intention of entering these entries chronologically.  Anyway, check back next week; I’ll tell you about Monroe County and Rolley Hole and bluegrass.

Sincerely, Joseph


We were thrilled to host on Monday two nearly sold-out performances of Rock the Presidents on SKyPAC’s main stage! Groups from over 26 different schools got to learn all kinds of interesting and often little-known facts about our country’s 44 different presidents. It was an energetic and fantastically fun way to learn more about the highest office in the country and to lead into next week’s big Election Day! For more information, check out the great article that appeared in Tuesday’s (10/31) Daily News.

We can’t believe that it is already November, and we are only two weeks away from the opening of Treasure Island, presented by the SKyPAC Youth Theater! Rehearsals are going really well, thanks to our talented cast and director. Performances will be Thursday-Saturday, November 15-17 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, November 18 at 3:00 p.m. at the Capitol Arts Center on Fountain Square in downtown Bowling Green. Be sure to get your tickets now! We also have two school day performances available on Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16 at 9:30 a.m., so that students can come enjoy the talents of their peers. For more information about the evening performances, call the SKyPAC Ticket Office at 270-904-1880. For information regarding the school day performances, please call 270-904-7006, or email

It’s an exciting time to be at SKyPAC! We hope you can join us!

-Katie Maurer
November 2, 2012


The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) galleries are open to artist submissions, Please review the mission and descriptions below if you wish to submit a proposal. The gallery staff and artist advisory committee will review completed submissions and follow up with artists.  The submission process is ongoing, and submissions will be reviewed as needed.

All SKyPAC Gallery submissions are managed through SKyPAC.

When submitting artwork for consideration, artists should provide a CD or DVD with the following:

• minimum of 10 HIGH resolution jpeg images representing the work for consideration with an annotated list of works including medium, date, size, year created and any special presentation instructions

• An artist statement

• Biography

• An artist resume

If you have questions regarding the submission process, please contact SKyPAC Education Director Andee Rudloff at

Send all materials to:

Andee Rudloff, Education & Visual Arts Director
P.O. Box 748
601 College Street
Bowling Green, KY 42102


The Capitol Arts Center has been buzzing with activity this week as the SKyPAC Youth Theater kicked off a busy fall with auditions for Treasure Island on Monday and Tuesday. Both audition days had a great turnout; this first production for kids ranging in age from 6 to 12 years old will be a fantastic adventure! The auditions were preceded by an audition workshop last Friday, where 24 students learned the basics of the audition process and met the Youth Theater leaders. The cast list for Treasure Island will be posted at the Capitol this afternoon. We wish the best of luck to all who participated!

Students ranging in age from 12 to 18 years old will get their turn next, as auditions for Little Women, adapted from Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, will be held Monday and Tuesday, October 22 and 23 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Capitol Arts Center. Little Women will be directed by guest director Tanner McGuire and Youth Theater Educator Brandon Bradshaw. Tanner will also lead an audition workshop next Friday, October 19th for anyone interested in learning more about the audition process.

-Katie Maurer
October 12, 2012


October has been declared National Arts and Humanities Month, in observance and celebration of all that the arts do to strengthen our national culture and create dialogue, and to encourage our children to learn and to grow. We are proud to have this sort of celebration as part of our mission all year long, and are excited to have the opportunity to engage in it this month with the first in our new season of school day performances, Rock the Presidents, on October 29th.

Education in the arts and humanities will continue in November with the SKyPAC Youth Theater’s production of Treasure Island, and again in December as the Youth Theater presents Little Women. (For more information on how to get involved, check out our previous blog post!) It’s shaping up to be an exciting fall here at SKyPAC, and what better time to celebrate than during National Arts and Humanities month?

On another celebratory note, today, October 5, is World Teachers’ Day! We are lucky to work with dozens of incredible teachers who go to great lengths to make sure their students are engaged and active in their education, especially through the arts. So we give a warm thank you to all of our incredible teachers – your great work does not go unnoticed!

It’s a great time to celebrate the arts in education! How will you be celebrating?

-Katie Maurer


SKyPAC Youth Theater – Treasure Island Auditions
SKyPAC Youth Theater – Little Women Auditions

From the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted by Joseph George Caruso  Directed by Brandon Bradshaw

WHEN:  October 8 & 9, 2012 4:00 – 8:00PM  (Show Dates November 15 – 18, 2012)
WHERE:  Capitol Arts Center
WHO:  Ages 6 – 12

SYNOPSIS: It’s a family-friendly show packed with comedy and adventure on the high seas and beyond! When people think of pirates, they’re reminded of maps with a big “X”, buried treasure, peg legs, eye patches, screeching parrots, and a chorus of Arr! This can all be traced back to Treasure Island, where we follow the young Jim Hawkins as he seeks a treasure buried on Treasure Island, but he’ll only reach that fortune if he can outwit Long John Silver and Flint’s old crew.

Adapted from the Louisa May Alcott classic book.
Directed by  Brandon Bradshaw & Tanner McGuire

WHEN:  October 22 & 23, 2012 4:00 – 8:00PM  (Show Dates December 6 – 9, 2012)
Capitol Arts Center 
Ages 12-18

SYNOPSIS: Share this timeless and enduring classic about the March sisters’ journey from childhood to maturity during the American Civil War. Audiences of all generations will enjoy acquainting — or reacquainting — themselves with the sisters: Meg, the eldest; Jo, the high-spirited tomboy; Amy, the self-centered beauty; and gentle Beth, as well as their beloved Marmee and Father. Together the March family learns to endure both good times and bad as they share the joys and pains of growing up. This adaptation skillfully compresses the novel while still including milestones such as Meg’s declaration of independence from the tyranny of Aunt March, Amy’s trip to Europe and even Beth’s death. The play ends with Jo’s realization of her life’s work — the publication of her first novel. Interlaced with warmth, family loyalty and traditional values, all these important events provide us with a better understanding of our own lives. Penned by Louisa May Alcott 140 years ago, this much-loved classic tale’s message is still relevant for audiences today.

Smmer Camp 2012

We are pleased to welcome back Aaron Munoz to SKyPAC for the 2nd time this Summer.  He will be teaching a 3 hr. Shakespeare Intensive Workshop.

Open to community actors ages 12-24 for a Fee of $30 (if you know anyone that might be interested!)

This fun Shakespeare Workshop is an exploration of the Bard’s words and rhythms through the voice and body.  Games, vocal exercises and movement are the main course, with a little plate of stage combat on the side!

Led by Aaron Munoz of Nashville Shakespeare Festival

More about Aaron: Two years ago I relocated to the south.  First to Atlanta, and now in Nashville.  I’ve been in Feature films, indies, a TV Movie, shot a large co-star role for an ABC pilot, and fit in some plays at my favorite place to be onstage; the Tony Award winning Actors Theatre of Louisville.  This last year I’ve spread my wings and become a contributing writer for Showfax, am self-producing some comedic shorts, and just shot a recurring guest star role for AMC’s The Walking Dead, as well as contributing as an educator to Nashville Shakespeare Festival programs.

If you have any questions you can drop me an e-mail or you can call SKyPAC at 270-904-5000. Thanks so much, and we hope to see you all there!

– Ashley Gentry

Art Project to Create Mural

Nonprofit, community groups cooperating on initiative in Allen County

By JUSTIN STORY, The Daily News, | Posted: Monday, May 14, 2012 11:59 am

SCOTTSVILLE — Several organizations are teaming up in Scottsville on a community art project that will result in the painting of a mural promoting the city.

Heart of Scottsville, a nonprofit organization dedicated topreservation and economic development of the city’s downtown area, and Allen County Schools hosted a mural workshop Thursday at the Allen County Cooperative Extension Office.

Working with Bowling Green artist Andee Rudloff, education director for the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center, about 15 people gathered to sketch out ideas, drawing in pencil and then painting their concepts for the mural on a synthetic housewrap surface.

“I want to make sure everyone here is part of the final composition,” Rudloff said while taking a break from mixing paints.

The project has also involved the cooperation of the Scottsville Art Guild and Haven 4 Change, where the mural willultimately be painted next month.

Before the drawing began, Rudloff guided everyone through a quick brainstorming session in which people were encouraged to come up with a list of five words or concepts that best represent Scottsville and then make a simple drawing to represent each word.

The workshop also involved a little encouragement from Rudloff for people who might not have considered themselves artists.

“Once you trust yourself with the brushand once you see yourself as an artist, your experience gets richer and richer,” Rudloff said.

Things and ideas such as horses, farms, downtown, friendliness and Barren River Lake State Resort Park were sketched out and then painted by those in attendance.

Education Director, Andee Rudloff

Rudloff said the ideas fleshed out Thursday would eventually be incorporated into the mural, which will be painted June 9 on a 35-foot wood fence at Haven 4 Change on Hillview Drive.

Jamie Boler, executive director of Heart of Scottsville, worked on painting an illustration of a streetlight to represent historic downtown.

Boler said he was encouraged by the turnout at Thursday’s workshop and looked forward to additional participation from the community on the mural.

“The goal is for this to be a community project,” Boler said. “We want the community to come out and help us put this together, and hopefully they can see the unifying power that the arts can have in the community.”

The date of the mural painting coincides with the first night of this year’s Arts on Main Summer Concert Series, held on the second and fourth Saturdays of June, July and

August in downtown Scottsville next to U.S. Bank.

Article can be found here:

CHECK OUT THE VIDEO:  Community Art Mural

SKyPAC Acoustic Talk

Do you want to understand why The SKyPAC‘s Main Hall sounds so good and how it was tuned just like an instrument? If so, check out the Acoustics and The Performing Arts slide presentation by Acoustician, Russ Cooper,  to learn more about the science behind tuning a performance hall.

2012 Summer Performing Arts Camp

The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) and the Capitol Arts Youth Theatre (CAYT) will join talents this summer along with the Missoula Children’s Theatre, Director Carol Jordan, Nashville Shakespeare Festival and many more.   A team of professionals will lead a series of five camps and an original musical to engage youth ages 6-18 at all levels of experience.

Summer Camp Update:

  • Shakespeare Intensive Camp Session will now be only be for one week, June 4-8.
  • All camp discounted fees (Pre-Registration fee) has been extended through May 21st

See The Little Red Truck, a documentary about Missoula Children’ Theatre:

Download the summer schedule and registration form below!

DOWNLOAD: SummerCamp2012

Don’t have Abode Acrobat Reader? Here is a link the free download: Get Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you have trouble downloading or opening the file please let us know at via email at jkem (at) theskypac (dot) com and we’ll gladly assist!

SKyPAC Acoustic Talk

Do you want to understand why The SKyPAC‘s Main Hall sounds so good and how it was tuned just like an instrument? If so, check out the Acoustics and The Performing Arts slide presentation by Acoustician, Russ Cooper,  to learn more about the science behind tuning a performance hall.


To earn the ART BADGE Girl Scout Troop 349 discussed art with SKyPAC Education Director and painter, Andee Rudloff.  The girls asked Andee what inspires her to paint, what she likes to paint and why.  The girls looked at some of the murals Andee created as well as murals inspired by the SKyPAC mural.  The girls painted a 12 foot by 4 foot mural about the history of Girl Scouts as well as activities they have experienced through scouting.  The images developed during the workshop tell their Girl Scout journey and story.  The finished mural included symbols of scouting as well as portraits, landscapes, and elements from life.

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