About McHale PAC

The Auditorium at Logansport Community High School was built three years after the high school itself. It was built with a generous 1.2 million dollar gift from Mr. Frank McHale, a Logansport native who became a successful attorney. The facility was first dedicated with the name McHale Auditorium on November 7, 1976. It held that name until January 14, 2002 when the LCSC School Board updated it to the McHale Performing Arts Center. This name change was due in large part to the many varied programs, concerts and theater productions held in the facility and its more recent use as a conference location with television broadcast capabilities. The facility impacts the lives of not only students of Logansport High School, but the entire community.

Over the years numerous improvements have been made to keep the facility up to date with current theatre technologies, and to make McHale PAC handicap accessible. All paid for by the McHale Trust, which also pays for the operations of the facility.