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Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

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Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center
Address 744 West Main Street
United States
Coordinates 41°39′14″N 70°19′14″W / 41.65396°N 70.32045°W / 41.65396; -70.32045
Owner City of Barnstable
Type Performing Arts Center
Capacity 1,440
Opened 1999
Years active 1999-Present

The Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, is located at Barnstable High School, in Barnstable, Massachusetts. It was built in 1999 with the sponsorship of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. It is one of the largest performing arts centers in New England, seating over 1,400 people.

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As Barnstable High School was being renovated in the late 1990s, the need for a new theater for the school became apparent. The old theater which is called the Knight Hall was only build for a capacity of 760 people (the population of the school at the time) when the school opened in 1959. This led to the inclusion of a new Performing Arts Center into the plans. The Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra supported its construction because they wanted to move out of a smaller auditorium in Yarmouth so they could have less shows so they could save money paying the musicians. For their support the symphony got a substantial break in the rental of the facility. The new PAC was built with a capacity of over 1,440 people. The stage consists of an orchestra pit with a "scre-drive lift" (the only one in the New England area which holds the orchestra during the drama club's performances. The PAC is also used by the Chatham Woman's Chorale, and other Cape Cod organizations. It also hosts musical performances such as the All Cape and Southeast District music festivals. In 2008, the drama club produced The Wizard of Oz[1] and they were recorded by Warner Bros. Company for webisodes of a real high school musical from start to finish.


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