Performing Arts Center Needs a Name

You can help name the new performing arts center.

The Board of Directors of the Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center is asking for help coming up with a name for the venue and they've devised a contest to pick one.

The Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center, Inc. (GPPAC) is a nonprofit corporation created to establish a venue dedicated to musical, theatrical, dance and other performing arts as well as educational activities. The hall was purchased from Congregation Beth Jacob at Town Meeting last fall. The building has been renovated into a 200-seat hall with superior acoustics and state of the art lighting and sound system and original architectural details offers patrons from greater Plymouth and the world an exceptional performing arts experience in an historic church located in the center of America's Hometown, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Additional space is dedicated to classrooms for a performing arts school and theater troupes, a state of the art recording studio, rehearsal space and community activities. Performances on the main stage include theater, music and dance. Weekend workshops in the performing arts are offered to the public.

The GPPAC naming contest is open to anyone. Entries will be accepted until 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19. To enter, you will need to be a registered Facebook user. There is no limit on the number of unique names you may enter. The Board of Directors of GPPAC will select the winner of the naming contest on or before March 1. The prize is two nontransferable tickets to a show of the winner’s choice at the GPPAC during the summer of 2013. Some restrictions may apply.

For more information about the building, visit the GPPAC Facebook page.


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