PowPAC Presents Looking Back at U.S.
This lively musical revue tells the story of America’s Greatest Generation through the tunes, TV theme songs, advertising jingles and other melodies of their youth. The production is written and directed by Ric Henry, with musical direction by Joni Yribe, and features Joel Gossett, Vicki Hamilton, Ric Henry, Joanne Roshon, Miranda Colvin, Brooke Eyler, Samantha Gault, and Lydia Schmidt. Instrumental music is provided by Adrienne Nims on saxophone, flute, piccolo, and clarinet. The producer is Annette Alliano.
Looking Back at U.S.is the second production in PowPAC’s new “Guest Performers Series,” which brings a variety of local talent to the PowPAC stage. The show will be presented one weekend only – Friday, Oct. 17 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m.; Sunday, Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. – so get your tickets early at www.PowPAC.org. Tickets are $21.50 each, which includes a $1.50 convenience fee. Tickets purchased at the door are slightly higher.
PowPAC now has an online ticketing system, so patrons can choose their own seats and purchase and print their tickets from home! Season ticket subscriptions are also available. Go to www.PowPAC.org for details.
PowPAC is Poway’s only community theater. Established in 1981, PowPAC is located in the heart of Poway, upstairs in Lively Center, 13250 Poway Rd. The theater is handicap-accessible via an elevator in the rear of the building and has acres of convenient, free parking. The company is an independent, all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
PowPAC’s MISSION is to create theatrical experiences of the highest standards within the community theater environment; to produce and present works ensuring diverse and balanced programming; to provide an environment for the growth and education of the artist, the audience and the community at large; to expand our audiences; to engage our audiences and, above all else, to entertain our audiences.
Now in its 33rd season, PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre, continues to present high quality shows that delight, amuse, fascinate, and entertain.