Keep the Arts Alive | Highlands Performing Arts Center
The Performing Arts are once more thriving on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Keep up with all the new developments at HighlandsPerformingArts.com.
The Highlands Performing Arts Center is allowed 30 percent occupancy/60 seats inside.
The auditorium is set up in a cabaret style seating, two chairs and a beverage table separated 5 feet from the next two-chair group, front, side and back.
On April 10, we will present the MET Opera Encore performance of Turnadot. Originally broadcast in 2016, Franco Zeffirelli’s golden production stars the great dramatic soprano Nina Stemme as Turandot, the icy Chinese princess who has renounced all men. Marco Berti is Caláf, the unknown prince who solves Turnadot’s riddle and wins her love. The encore performan sce will begin at 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 10.
Exciting news from Great Art on Screen – now you can watch these fascinating documentaries at home. Frida: Viva La Vida / Gauguin in Tahiti, Paradise Lost / The Hermitage, the Power of Art / Maverick Modigliani / The Prado Museum / The Secret Impressionists / and Tintoretto: A Rebel in Venice. Please go to our website for dates and links to all of the Great Art on Screen. Visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com and click on PAC.
Bear Shadow has rented PAC’s Drive Up screen to show three movies during the Bear Shadow Festival at PAC’s Laurel Street parking lot. Friday, April 23: The Last Waltz; Saturday, April 24: Almost Famous; and Sunday, April 25: I’m Not There. Please visit BearShadowNC.com for tickets and more information.
Check the PAC website for other movie titles and dates at the Drive Up Outdoor Theater.
The PAC 2021 Membership / Season brochure is entirely online this year. Check it out for the live concerts schedule, Membership benefits, and tickets sales. There’s plenty to be discovered at HighlandsPerformingArts.com.
Come join us to keep the Arts Alive!