Academy Park Performing Arts Center is a unique venue designed to enrich, educate, and entertain our community by providing an array of programming including concerts, theatrical productions, recitals, festivals, and workshops.
Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Guidelines
In order to offer our patrons the safest and most enjoyable experience possible, the following policies will be in effect:
- All patrons are required to wear masks. Masks will not be supplied at the theatre.
- All patrons will have their temperature checked before entering the theatre with a no-touch thermometer. If a patron has a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher, they will be asked to return home and will be given a full refund.
- There will be ample hand sanitizer available at strategic places in the lobby, in the theatre and in the restrooms.
- There will be no intermission to minimize lines to restrooms.
- For the safety of our patrons and staff, the concession stand will be closed.
- At the end of the show, patrons will exit by row to minimize crowding and maximize space.
- Online purchases will be restricted to groups of 2 or more. We will not be selling individual seats. Social distanced seating will be in effect. Seating will be configured on a first come, first serve basis.
- All ticket sales are online only. Tickets will not be sold at the box office on the day of event.
In 1996, Adam Pascal tried out for the off-Broadway production of Rent, landing the role of Roger Davis. Adam was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical), & won a Drama League & Obie award for his performance. The Show became a worldwide success & one of the longest-running shows in history. He reprised the role of Roger in both the movie version in 2005 & “Rent the Broadway tour” in 2009.
Adam's credits include Radames in the Elton John musical Aida, (Drama League award), the Emcee in Cabaret at Studio 54 & Freddie Trumper in the Musical Chess, alongside Josh Groban & Idina Menzel at The Royal Albert Hall in London.
Additional Broadway credits include Huey Calhoun in Memphis, Billy Flynn in Chicago, & Edward Lewis in Pretty Woman. He starred as Shakespeare in the first national tour of Something Rotten & Harold Hill in 5-star Theatrical’s production of The Music Man.
Adam is the co-owner of the Gluten & allergen-free packaged foods company Cybele’s free to eat.
|JBS presents Beaker Street Blues Band
Date: Saturday October 3, 2020
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20 - General, $15 - Seniors (On sale: To be determined)
The Beaker Street Blues Band, sometimes referred to as simply "Beaker Street" is a group of seasoned professional musicians based in Nashville. They are dedicated to not only the preservation of the blues but also music influenced by the blues.
Beaker Street's secret sauce has been their ability to present traditional blues in a masterful way and with showmanship that entertains audiences from the first note to the last. Their setlist includes music from the old blues masters, arrangements from today's modern bluesmen, rhythm and blues standards of the '60s and music from some of Britain's most iconic blues/rock groups. Rounding out their setlist are songs by Ray Charles, BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Edgar Winter, Bobby Blue" Bland, Cream, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood, Muddy Waters, Greg Allman, The Marshall Tucker Band, and New Orleans own Dr. John and Louis Prima just to name a few.