ArtsBoston is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the arts.
The last building at the end of Elm Street, with its board-and-batten siding and large front porch, resembles a preserved agricultural building from bygone days. However, the structure was built in 2001 to house Governor’s Academy’s Performing Arts Center (nicknamed "PAC"). This building is the hub of performing arts activity on campus.
PAC Stats at a Glance
490-seat theater, with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems
4 Steinway grand pianos
Black box/dance studio
Ensemble rehearsal room
The Remis Lobby Art Gallery
8 private music practice rooms, each with an acoustic or digital piano
Computer music & video studio
Carpentry/scene building shop
Main dressing room with private shower
Male and female dressing rooms, each with private bathroom
Music Faculty offices
In addition to the performances of our students, our PAC hosts several guest performers on stage throughout the course of the year.
1 Elm Street, Byfield, MA 01922