Who gets to join Tapp and Noack at the Performing Arts Centre Hall of Fame?

News 100 yellowBy Staff

April 13, 2015


BPAC at nightThe Burlington Performing Arts Centre is accepting nominations for the third inductee of its Hall of Fame. Established in 2013, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s Hall of Fame recognizes people who have made significant contributions to the performing arts in Burlington. Recipients of this award demonstrate the diversity of artistic accomplishment that comprises the rich cultural tapestry of the City of Burlington. The Hall of Fame award will be presented to the inductee at the 2015-2016 Season Launch event held at The Centre on Thursday, May 28.

Nomination applications must be submitted on or before Friday, May 8th, 2015. The nomination form can be downloaded from The Centre’s website


Hall of Fame’s 2nd inductee, Rainer Noack

The Burlington Performing Arts Centre recognizes that the individual and group artists are paramount and fundamental to cultural development.

These individuals and groups contribute to Burlington’s reputation as a city with a strong and sustained commitment toward the development of cultural excellence.

On site almost daily is Burlington's Jimmy Tapp checking on the progress.  Here he talks with Pier Project Manager Craig Stevens.

Gordie  Tapp was onsite almost every day during the construction of the Pier.  He chats with Project Manager Craig Stevens.  Tapp was the first inductee into the Performing Arts Center Hall of Famwe

At the 2014 Cabaret, the Hall of Fame’s 2nd inductee, Rainer Noack, Founder and Program Director of Burlington Student Theatre, was recognized for providing training, camps and arts opportunities for children and youth in the Burlington area since 1978.

The Hall of Fame’s 1st inductee, was Burlington’s own, Gordie Tapp.

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