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South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center
The South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center was located on the South Milwaukee 6-12 campus. It was built in 2004 as part of the new South Milwaukee High School. As part of the School District of South Milwaukee, the SMPAC serves as the home for school concerts, plays, musicals, awards ceremonies and meetings.
Its mission is to enrich the community by providing creative, innovative and diverse performing arts and life-long learning experiences.
Along side the school events, the SMPAC provides a performing arts series for community members to enjoy the arts close to home. It also serves as a rental facility for community organizations and arts groups. Countless numbers of awards, trophies and honors have been bestowed upon the locally legendary directors of theatre and music that have graced the stages of the District.
The City of South Milwaukee, accordingly, has long supported the creation of a fine arts center to house these programs. Our doors officially opened on September 1, 2004. The Council includes community members, teachers from different art disciplines, and business leaders, all with a love for the arts.
In October 2005, the SMPAC?s annual Performing Arts Series premiered. The South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center provides the greater community with a creative, innovative and diverse exploration of the performing arts.
Through the many opportunities offered, the SMPAC is bringing art to life on stage and to the lives of the people in South Milwaukee and the surrounding communities. The SMPAC serves as a creative outlet for the greater community, as well as the students of South Milwaukee.
The SMPAC allows everyone to participate in and experience the many art forms of music, dance and theatre through live performances, master classes and workshops.
The entryway and lobby serve as a gallery for student and community artists to present their work. The SMPAC boasts a 786-seat theatre with a classroom-sized orchestra pit and expansive stage.
It features state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, 23-line set rigging system, projector and video screen. The taking of photographs or the use of recording devices during the performance is strictly prohibited.
In Bad weather, The SMPAC does not cancel or reschedule performances due to inclement weather. Cellular phones and electronic paging devices in order to avoid disturbing the audience please check your cellular phone and/or electronic paging device with the House Manager.
Ushers will be happy to contact you during the show. If you do not wish to use this service, please turn off your ringer out of respect for the artists and audience.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the grounds of the School District of South Milwaukee. Hong has been opening the ears, eyes and imaginations of audiences young and old alike with his combination of stunning technique, emotional range and rare humor.
Hong?s astonishing ability to connect to people of all ages, experiences and backgrounds distinguishes him and shapes his evolving performance style.
His extensive classical training, matched with his background in skateboarding, snowboarding, martial arts and videogames will make this performance one for the whole family to see. For over 20 years, The Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats have been amazing audiences with their high-energy performances. They will astound the audience of the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center.
The performance will feature dazzling acrobatic displays, formidable feats of daring balance, explosive Kung Fu, brilliant costumes, and even a touch of Chinese comedy. Anne Lehmann and her family no longer feel safe in their Berlin home. Life in Germany is deteriorating quickly; in order to protect their daughter, Mr. And Mrs.
Lehmann may have to say goodbye to her forever. Now Anne must struggle to bring meaning out of despair, to cling to love and hope even in a world that seems to be filled with hatred and violence.
As they show young people what happened in Germany and in other occupied nations prior to and during World War II and how a heroine survived thanks to her own courage and the generosity of others ArtsPower will teach them the importance of combating intolerance.
The ultimate goal is to motivate children not only to appreciate reading and the theatre but also to love and respect all their fellow human beings.