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In the fall of 1968, Garner Consolidated, a school for black students, and Garner High, a school for whites, consolidated in the new Garner Senior High building.  The merger has been called Garner's finest moment as the community unified around our children. The integration of the Garner school has been studied on the national level as an unqualified success, but there were difficult days during the 1968-69 school year. New principal Wayne Bare faced many decisions, but among the most difficult was naming a boys basketball coach and deciding who would select the cheerleaders. "68" is the fourth in a series of musical dramas about the Garner community.




Mar. 22 & 23 at 7:30pm                                                     

Mar. 24 at 2:00pm                                  


$15 - general

$20 - preferred seating (rows A-D)


Lobby doors open 1 hour prior to performance. Seating begins 30 minutes prior to performance.


The GPAC has an ample amount of free on-site parking for all events. Parking attendants are on duty to help guide guest to the nearest available slot for all shows. Since our building is occupied by residents, parking in "Resident Only" spaces is discouraged. Overflow parking lots can be located adjacent to the GPAC on Avery St.

HANDICAP SEATING Wheelchair Symbol Listening Devices

The GPAC is handicap accessible for patrons with mobility limitations. The main entrance can be accessed via a handicap ramp. In addition there are no steps or stairs inside the facility. The GPAC offers 6 wheelchair accessible seating positions in the house.  In addition there are 6 seats with adjustable arms available for patrons with mobility impairments. Please contact the Box Office at (919) 661-4602 to reserve handicap seating or for further questions.


Concessions will be available during this performance in the Main Lobby. All items are cash only and are welcome inside the auditorium.