Calling All Young Professionals! NextGen@Wharton is for you.

So you’re a twentysomething to fortysomething in the Lansing area, and you’re looking for something local, new and fun to do – something to rival your friends in Chicago and New York, perhaps? Look no further than NextGen@Wharton.

NextGen@Wharton is designed to connect young professionals in their 20s, 30s, and 40s from the area with Wharton Center, offering the chance to watch shows at a discounted rate in prime seating, enjoy food and beverages at VIP social events (which are usually free), and get special behind the scenes access, including backstage tours and the chance to meet Broadway performers. It’s also a great opportunity to connect with other young professionals and with Wharton Center in a new and one-of-a-kind way!

The 2015-2016 NextGen@Wharton season is kicking off this Thursday, November 12 with Dirty Dancing. There will be a fantastic pre-show party starting at 5:30 pm, complete with the chance to meet cast members from Dirty Dancing and learn some killer dance moves from them.

Dirty Dancing NextGen

Tickets in the special NextGen@Wharton block are available for 10% off individual tickets or 30% off when you select the full 4-series package, which includes Dirty Dancing, Chic Gamine, An Evening with Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette, and Matilda. Visit NextGen@Wharton’s webpage to purchase your discount tickets now.

Want to know more about NextGen@Wharton? Check out this video of NextGen@Wharton participants talking about what NextGen@Wharton is all about.

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