If you enjoy community theater, then the winter months in Port Aransas will provide plenty of live entertainment.
The Port Aransas Community Theatre has been rebuilt and improved after Hurricane Harvey’s damage. The added amenities make it the perfect setting for plays, musicals, youth productions, community meetings, movies and more.
The PACT board has planned an exciting season for 2020.
The new year will start off with “Love, Sex and the IRS,” coming to the stage in January. The Samuel French farce is sure to be a hit with Winter Texans.
“Love Letters” is on stage in February. It is the story of two childhood friends and their lifelong correspondence that begins with birthday party thank-you notes and summer camp postcards.
“The 39 Steps” will be on stage at the end of February and first of March. The two-time Tony winner is a mix of a Hitchcock masterpiece and a juicy spy novel packed with non-stop laughs, according to a press release from PACT.
Volunteer directors, actors, sound and lighting technicians, musicians and set construction and costume design volunteers of all experience levels are always welcome.
Watch issues of the South Jetty for information on auditions and other production needs.
Volunteers also are needed to help during the shows in concessions, as ushers and in the box office. As a thank you to the volunteers, the PACT invites them to stay and enjoy the performance at no charge.
PACT is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization funded by memberships, donations, sponsorships, ticket sales and various fundraisers.
Three membership levels are available and are tax-deducible. To become a member, go online to the website previously listed.