the Performing Arts Center Foundation (APFC) presents a preview of its new documentary film play in unison Saturday in the PAC.
The evening is scheduled to begin with a pre-reception in the plaza with a red carpet and in the lower lobby of the Performing Arts Center at 6:30 p.m., which will continue with a screening of the film at 7:30 p.m. and surprises for attendees, according to its website.
The film will also screen Saturday, April 30 at Downtown Center Cinemas at 5:15 p.m. during the SLO International Film Festival.
play in unison documents the progress of the PAC since construction began decades ago. The new documentary “exemplifies the power of community that promises to carry on and find a way, together,” according to the documentary. IMDbpage.
Now the foundation is gearing up to celebrate PAC’s 25th anniversary, after the pandemic halted performances for more than a year.
The foundation shared clips about their social media of their long-awaited documentary. These videos shine a light on the people who have played a key role in the process of PAC’s history and those who are paving the way for its future.
Design/Build Committee member Lyn Baker said bringing the PAC to life “was a very unique process.”
“Long live hell or high water, we were going to make it happen”, Baker mentioned in an excerpt from the documentary.
Warren Baker, president emeritus of Cal Poly, added that they wanted it to be “the best performing arts center on a college campus anywhere in the country.”
Throughout this documentary, attendees can expect to see the “perseverance and dedication to a cause” that has been, according to retired San Luis Obispo City Manager John Dunnan “integral part of creating the performing arts center we all know and love”.
Tickets are required to attend this weekend’s event. They are available for free at https://pacslo.org.