Monthly Archives: October 2014

Meet Laurie Eisenhower, Founder and Artistic Director of Eisenhower Dance

The premiere of Eisenhower Dance’s The Light Show is TONIGHT! To help you get as excited as we are for this awesome performance, we’ve got a special interview with Eisenhower Dance founder and Artistic Director Laurie Eisenhower! 1. How long have

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Events, Performing Arts, Q&A, Wharton Center News

The Unsung Heroes – Guest Post by Mary Black

Putting on an orchestra concert is a huge undertaking, even when the orchestra is in its own hall. A recent news story mentioned that a major U.S. symphony has 100 musicians on its roster and 130 people working behind the

Posted in Wharton Center News

Favorite Fall Funnies! – Twitter Tuesday

Some days you just need a good laugh! Here at Wharton Center we have compiled some of our favorite tweets from this fall that might just make you giggle. At least a little! This week’s Twitter Tuesday features Laura Benanti,

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Getting to Know Eisenhower Dance – Guest Post by Kelly Munzenberger

I’ve been an intern at Wharton Center for almost 3 years now, and I have to say, I am more excited than ever before about this season. Why? While I love Broadway and all performing arts, the truth is that

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Dance, Events, Guest Blog, Performing Arts

Student Spotlight: ONCE Review by Deanna Christy

This week we are featuring a special post written by a member of the Wharton Center Student Marketing Organization, Deanna Christy, who saw Once the musical while it was here at Wharton Center. She was inspired to write this acrostic

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Guest Blog, MSUFCU Broadway Series, Opportunities

Once Wows at Wharton! – Twitter Tuesday

What a wonderful week at Wharton! ONCE THE MUSICAL stopped in East Lansing this past week and wowed audiences night after night with its breathtaking music and quick-witted humor. The show was so good, in fact, that I went not only

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Posted in Twitter Tuesday

Who is Robert Post?

Robert Post, the creator of Post Comedy Theatre, holds many talents. He juggles, he acts, he mimes, and can improvise on the spot with envious ease. But who exactly is Robert Post, the man behind the many characters featured in

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Posted in Act One Family Series, At Wharton Center, Events

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