Our flexible spaces allow SKyPAC meets a diverse range of venue needs:
Its 1800 seats, its expansive stage and its best-in-class theatrical and sound equipment, the Performance Hall has the capacity to bring an wide array of productions. Broadway shows, country western stars, classical music, bluegrass to newgrass, area school or church choral competitions, movies, lectures, and comedians as well as large corporate gatherings –almost any event one can imagine.
The 200-seat flexible Studio Theater will be the ideal place to enjoy blues or jazz bands, a late evening cabaret, intimate theatrical productions, performances by local performing troupes or school groups and others desiring a smaller, more flexible and intimate performance environment.
SKyPAC’s Galleries, including the Children’s Gallery, will be dedicated to showcasing the best of local, regional and national artists joining other Bowling Green galleries in the area’s active visual arts scene
Education is a primary focus for SKyPAC. Its multi-functional rehearsal halls and studio theatre can offer an array of educational programs targeted to children and adults, including visual and performing arts, as well as participatory programs in everything from ballroom dancing to “battle of the bands” opportunities for locals to learn and perform together. College students will find opportunities to perform on the main stage as well as access internship and employment prospects with SKyPAC.
SKyPAC education programs take artists to the classrooms, and presentations of major performing events will be tailored for daytime performances for children throughout the region.
An outdoor amphitheater slated to open Fall 2012 will offer additional space for school organizations and local theatrical groups to perform in a relaxed atmosphere and for the community to enjoy movies “under the stars”.
The Capitol Theater on Fountain Square is one of the many stages offered in the Bowling Green community. In July 2012, SKyPAC will assume operations responsibility for The Capitol and will include its 800-seat auditorium in Warren County’s mix of venues and will expand its galleries to three with the addition of The Capitol’s Houchens Gallery.