(answers from the last posting)
Do you know what locations have hosted April Concerts?

Answer:  Turner Park, The Summit.  
                 Rain Venues used, Methodist Church Youth building, 
                 and the Banquet hall of the Summit.  
                 April Concerts moved to Main Street Fest in 2017.
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Do you know what our Summer in the Arts program is?

Answer:   Summer in the Arts is Camp for kids in 1st grade through 15 years old.   It consists of Art Explosion and Theater Camp.  It is held in July and if there are 4 weeks available, we may do a music camp or puppetry camp, Story telling camp, Theater Tech camp, etc.
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Summer in the Arts - over the years (held at the Vet Center, The Uptown Theater and The Epic)      (click on pictures below to view larger)  
Pirates of Penzance - 2011                (click on pictures below to view larger)  


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Click on the TV Screen to view Historical Video Clips
   >  Nunsense II, the second coming - 2009
   >  A Funny Thing happened on the Way to the Forum - 2011
   >  Forever Plaid - 2012

(if you click the 3 dots on the video, you can expand to full screen)





Do you know who played Harold Hill and Marion the Librarian in GPAC's 2009 production of the Music Man?

Hint:
Previous week's "Back in Time" has their picture.

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NOW.
Do you know who played Harold Hill and Marion the Librarian in GPAC's 1995's version of the Music Man?
Hint:
Ruthie Jackson 
Do you remember when?
Follow this week to week and see what GPAC has done over the last 12 years
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Look and see?
Noises Off - 2014                (click on pictures below to view larger)  
Mamma Mia - 2019                (click on pictures below to view larger)  
Answers will be in the next issue.