WITF takes the reigns of Central Penn Arts Guide

After nearly five years of continuous operation, the owners of Central Penn Arts Guide (CPAG) Rick Snizik and Patrick Brinkerhoff have passed the reigns to WITF. The two launched the online Arts Guide in 2009 for the simple reason that many individuals and organizations had difficulty promoting themselves and their work. The guys realized the […]

Jump Street 2013 Spectrum Awards

9th Annual Breakfast Celebration of the Arts  Thursday, October 24, 2013 Doors open at 7:30 am ~ Program begins at 8:00 am. Harrisburg Hilton Lancaster/Gettysburg/Carlisle Room Jump Street is in a unique position to work with individuals that not only love the arts in the traditional manner but bring with them new approaches and creativity […]

Hoffman Trust helps Arts Council STAR Grant

The Adams County Arts Council has received $9,000 from the Robert C. Hoffman Charitable Endowment Trust to provide arts funding for local schools through the Arts Council’s STAR (Serving the Arts Regionally) Grant.  According to Arts Council Executive Director Chris Glatfelter, “We’re pleased that the Hoffman Trust will supplement the funds we traditionally distribute through […]

The Wiggles! “Taking Off!” World Tour to Visit Hershey Theatre

After 21 years of entertaining children around the globe, The Wiggles will introduce three new cast members including the first-ever female member, Emma Watkins as the Yellow Wiggle. They will take the stage at Hershey Theatre on Sunday, August 18 at 11:30 AM and 3:00 PM. Tickets for this show are $19.00, $25.50, $40.50 and […]

Sweet Honey In The Rock®

Founded by Bernice Johnson Reagon in 1973 at the D.C. Black Repertory Theater Company, Sweet Honey In The Rock®, internationally renowned a cappella ensemble has been a vital and innovative presence in the music culture of Washington, D.C., and in communities of conscience around the world. On Saturday, July 6, 2013at 8:00 p.m. they will […]

Hershey Theatre Partners with Easter Seals

Hershey Theatre Partners with Easter Seals Interpreting Services to Enhance Broadway Experience for Patrons Performances featuring American Sign Language interpreters available at Select Sunday matinees Hershey Theatre is proud to announce a new partnership with Easter Seals Interpreting Services (ESIS). This important collaboration will provide accessibility to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community by […]

The Hershey Theatre Apollo Award Goes To…

Hershey Theatre hosted the fifth annual Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards, a program which recognizes outstanding student performances in local high school play and musical productions. Modeled after the Tony Awards on Broadway, awards were presented in 17 categories. *Award recipients are listed in red below. Outstanding Featured Performer in a Play Carolyn Arosell as Leila […]

Adams County Arts Council is 20 years old

It’s hard to believe the Adams County Arts Council is 20 years old! It seems like yesterday that a small grassroots group stepped out on faith to begin an organization that would become a regional leader in arts education. On June 1 ACAC will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a candlelight dinner at Sidney Willoughby […]

Michael C. Vojtasko named as Curator at the AACA Museum

The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum would like to welcome a new member to our administrative staff, Michael C. Vojtasko as the Curator for the AACA Museum. Mike has always had an admiration for cars. The love for them started when he was a young boy and received a large scale model of […]

Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards Announces 2013 Musical Nominations

Hershey Theatre proudly announces musical nominations and honorable mention recognition for the fifth annual Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards. Modeled after the Tony Awards on Broadway, the Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards recognize outstanding achievements by local high school students in musical and play productions. A total of 16 awards will be presented during the show on […]