The Mustang Performing Arts Center operates as a multi-use facility that connects our students and community with a broad range of Fine Arts programs; fosters community partnerships for Fine Arts education; stimulates economic growth for the Mustang community; and creates an overall premier experience for our performers and patrons.
As the primary location for performing arts events for the School District and surrounding community, this 58,000 sf facility houses the district’s high school performing arts programs and is designed to host a variety of events and professional performers. Entry lobbies support smaller-scale productions and the main lobby also features a student artwork gallery. Two theaters; the primary 1,500 seat performance hall and the secondary black box style theater are supported by a scene shop with loading zone.
See what is happening at the Mustang PAC by viewing our calendar below.
The Mustang Performing Arts Center Lobby Spaces are ideal for banquets, receptions, small awards ceremonies, professional development or training events, and more. The East Lobby seats 250 banquet style| 300 lecture and the South Lobby 100 banquet | 150 lecture. A mobile presentation TV is available and we have 4 digital monitors throughout that can display your program, company logo, welcome message, etc.
The astounding centerpiece of the Mustang Performing Arts Center is our 1,500 seat Performance Hall. The Performance Hall includes state-of-the-art acoustics and an audio-visual system. An acoustic shell is available for concert performances. A state-of-the-art lighting system with an in-house rep-plot allows for various lighting settings, meeting the needs of all performance genres.
Students exposed to live performance
Non-Fine arts event participation
The Morsey Project is currently on display in our Mustang Performing Arts Center. The gallery features paintings from all MPS school art programs. Teachers were supplied materials for their students to create pieces of our Mustang Morsey mascot inspired by different artists throughout history. Students across the district learned about famous artists while creating a masterpiece to represent their school. This project has been an amazing experience for students, teachers, and patrons visiting the PAC.
Check back soon to order your Morsey Project coffee table photobook!