HCPAC Temporarily Closed

THEATER

Future Rentals Are Available.

 

Ask Us About Live Streaming From Our Stage!

 

Call Our Theater Director For More Information

954.921.3439 ext. 225 or 954.921.3274

 

The Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center (HCPAC) is a multi-purpose facility operated daily by the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Located in the heart of Hollywood’s art and culture district, it is host to a diverse lineup of live theatrical performances, concerts, assemblies, receptions, classes, video shoots and presentations by outside organizations who rent this facility. HCPAC is also equipped to provide live streaming of all events.

 

HCPAC is one of the most affordable performance facilities in South Florida, making it a perfect option for businesses, cultural entities, civic groups, non-profits, and others who seek a fully-equipped stage for live presentations or to stream events directly to their audience.

 

HCPAC is a short walk or drive to restaurants, shopping, and accommodations in downtown Hollywood. 

About HCPAC

The Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center is a 500-seat theater with full theatrical lighting and audio, and private dressing rooms. It features an acoustic shell, and choral risers and multi-level platforms are available. Rental of the theater includes the lobby/café area and these amenities:

Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center (HCPAC)
1770 Monroe Street
(US-1 and Monroe Street)
Hollywood, Florida, 33020

Tel: 954. 921. 3439 
Fax: 954. 924. 2906 fax
Email: info@hc-pac.org

Chad Harris
Theater Director

Tel:954.921.3439 ext 225
chad@artandculturecenter.org

Joseph Popejoy
Technical Director

HC-PAC Technical Specs

Frequently Asked Questions

●      Livestreaming

●      Full theatrical lighting and audio

●      Digital projector and drop-down screen

●      Spotlights

●      Dressing rooms with private entrance

●      Choral risers / multi-level platforms

●      C9 Grand Piano

●      Acoustic shell

●      Vinyl dance floor 

●      Free parking

●      General liability coverage available

●      Volunteer support (upon request): greeters, ushers, ticket takers,
backstage assistants, parking assistants (volunteer staff cannot be guaranteed for every event)

 

Click here: HC-PAC Technical Specs to download full specifications.

 

The Café/Lobby 

Capacity: 120

The large lobby area of HCPAC is available for rental independently from the theater. A great space for small meetings, services, luncheons/dinners and more! Live stream from the lobby area is also available.

●      Live streaming 

●      Food service area

●      Café tables and chairs

●      Rectangular folding tables

●      Staging, lighting, and sound

●      Two pianos

 

Rentals

The theater and/or lobby are available for rentals for single events or ongoing use. To schedule a tour of the facility, please call 954.921.3439 ext. 225, email chad@artandculturecenter.org, or call 954.921.3274. By appointment only.

Directions

From I-95, exit Pembroke Road, travel east one mile to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway). At U.S. 1 turn left (north), and travel five blocks to Monroe Street. Turn right into parking lot at intersection of Monroe Street St and U.S. 1. 

Parking is on site and is free.

Accessibility

Wheelchairs access is provided with an entrance ramp into the theater, as well as an elevator to the sound booth and stage. Please inform administrative staff of necessary accommodations.

Refund Policy
All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be given.

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Art and Culture Center / Hollywood

1650 Harrison St.
Hollywood, FL 33020

954. 921. 3274
954. 921. 3273 fax
info@artandculturecenter.org

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood; the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation; and the Josephine S. Leiser Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.