At Your PAC


July finds us wrapping up our current season and looking forward to an exciting 2022-2023 season At Your PAC.

Because of illness, the May 14th season finale of the 2021-2022 season, Al Stewart with the Empty Pockets, was postponed. We are happy to announce that we were able to reschedule this show for Saturday, September 17th at 7:00 pm. Your tickets to the original show are valid for the September 17th show, but if you have questions about your Al Stewart tickets, contact the Box Office. Like everyone else, we are experiencing staff shortages, so please be patient if it takes a little longer than usual for someone to get back to you.

On June 20th, 26 area youth auditioned for and were cast in Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre’s production of “Cinderella”. The performance was sponsored by The Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin and Dawn & Dave Peterson. This remake of a fairy tale classic provided an opportunity for young actors to be a part of live theatre. In just five days, the talented cast learned their lines, their music, and their choreography. With guidance and direction from the Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre’s professionals, Eleanor Panico and Raynee Case, the cast opened their show to great laughter and applause.

Poppa tries to fit the “slipper” onto Rona’s foot as Mikey and Click Dark look on.

In May, the PAC mailed our new season announcements to over 3,000 patrons and distributed their brochures to area businesses. Single show tickets, season tickets, and special ‘4-Pack’ discounts are available now. You can purchase single show tickets online but special tickets, including groups of 10 or more tickets, should be ordered through the box office. Simply call 920-787-2189 or toll-free at 888-987-2189 and leave a message. Visa, Mastercard and Discover are accepted. There are additional fees that are charged for the convenience of credit cards.

The PAC wishes to express our appreciation for the patience shown by the staff, the Wautoma Area School District staff, our patrons, our advertisers, our sponsors, and all who make the PAC a real “gem” in Central Wisconsin as we say good-bye and good luck to our Executive Director, Josiah Tropp, and work on finding his replacement.

As we look forward, we are very excited about the quality and variety of entertainment we are offering in our new season. We believe there’s a little bit of something for everyone, and a whole lot of something for many of you.

See you at the PAC!

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