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Jacob Holland, Johnson Lexus President’s club membership manager and tour guide, takes curious guests behind the scenes prior to COVID-19. Virtual backstage tours at DPAC can be found here: bit.ly/DPACvirtualtours.
In April, May and June, more than 75 performances at Durham Performing Arts Center were affected by the global pandemic. “Since March, our team has been busily working on rescheduling almost all affected events,” says DPAC General Manager Bob Klaus. “While we do not control when we will be allowed to reopen, one thing is for sure – when we are back, DPAC will be as busy as ever.” Staff are currently planning for two of DPAC’s biggest events of the new season – the return of “Wicked” in October and the much-anticipated second engagement of “Hamilton” in January. In the meantime, the venue launched new initiatives including “DPAC Living Room
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