In full transparency, the press release and photo submitted to Source media.
FRAMINGHAM – The Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) announced today, March 25, it will stage a production of Peter Pan this summer.
The program is being planned for an in person experience complying with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, while hybrid and virtual options remain possible as health conditions continue to evolve.
The four-week Summer Theater Playhouse is open to youth in grades 3 to high school and will run from July 6 to July 31 with direction in movement, theater, and music daily between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fully staged performances are planned for July 30 and July 31 and will highlight all participants. This fun, engaging, and welcoming community-based musical theater will be professionally staffed. There is a great role for everyone; the show features wonderful songs,
great group numbers, iconic stage roles, and even sword fighting for the pirates and lost children.
Enrollment is limited. Scholarship and sibling discounts are available. Registration is open.
The early bird deadline is March 31, 2001.
Registration is OPEN NOW! – https://pacmetrowest.org/summer-theater-workshops/
2020 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbhZk9iz-rU..
PAC receives generous support for the 2021 Summer Theater Playhouse Season from MutualOne Charitable Foundation and the Framingham Country Club Charitable Foundation to provide educational scholarship funds.
Internships opportunities are also available for students 18+ seeking community service or teaching, theater, and musical experience.
More information is available through PAC’s website at pacmetrowest.org or by phone at (508) 875-5554.
The Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting and providing cultural education in our community. Founded in 1983 as a community music school, PAC now offers music, theater, and dance education opportunities
for preK – grade 12 students and adults through individualized instruction, community partnerships, group classes, and specialized workshops.