The Caribou Performing Arts Center provides students and adults with an opportunity to explore and enjoy the performing arts in a wonderful state of the art theater setting. Located at Caribou High School, the theater has an audience capacity of 826 and is used as both a teaching facility and a community venue for performing artists. The fully air-conditioned space includes an updated sound system and has special plug–ins for the hearing impaired. Since opening in 1988 the Performing Arts Center has been an integral part of the Northern Maine arts community. Past directors include Mr. Daniel Ladner, Mrs. Virginia White, and Mr. Joe Zubrick, In addition to the enormous contributions of our previous directors, we wish to thank Richard Ezzy, John Belanger, Vaughn McLaughlin, Bill Flagg, and Christina Kane-Gibson for their work and dedication to the Caribou Performing Arts Center.