SKyPAC Curtains Up Arts Education Program

The Curtains Up program at SKyPAC offers K-12 schools within our 10 county service area in South Central Kentucky the opportunity to apply for free rental space and equipment usage in one three performance venues. Schools can choose from the SKyPAC’s main hall, Carol Wedge Studio Theater at SKyPAC, or the Capitol Arts Center to host their performance. The selected space will be provided free of charge for one set-up day, dress rehearsal, and one performance day and includes SKyPAC owned equipment.

2019-2020 Curtains Up! Schools Announced


Bowling Green High School

Bristow Elementary School

Logan County High School

Warren East Middle School


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Crocker Law Firm 2018-2019 SKyPAC Curtains Up Season Recap

Curtains Up provides area students the chance to perform where the stars perform. Crocker Law Firm was proud to sponsor the 2018-2019 season. The arts and arts education are very important in teaching critical skills to students, such as creativity, teamwork, cultural awareness, and confidence. Curtains Up is a wonderful SKyPAC program that we are very excited to be a part of.

2018-2019 SKyPAC Curtains Up Schedule

Logan County High School’s Music Department Program – December 4, 2018 at SKyPAC, starting at 7 PM.

St. Joseph School’s Christmas Program – December 11, 2018 at SKyPAC, starting at 6:30 PM.

Beauty and The Beast Jr. by Cub Run Elementary – Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 7:00PM

Alvaton Elementary: Little Mermaid Jr. – Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 at 7:00PM

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