Monthly Archives: September 2016

Hasan Minhaj: the Homecoming King’s Comedic Career

By Kendall Buzzelli At only 30 years old, Hasan Minhaj has become a name to remember. After an immpressive comedy career, Minhaj brings his hugely popular, critically acclaimed one-man, off-Broadway masterpiece, Homecoming King, to Wharton Center October 7.   If

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Posted in Live at Wharton, Wharton Center News

What to Wear to Wharton Center: Fall Looks

  By Kendall Buzzelli The difficulty of choosing an outfit can seem insurmountable. With changing seasons, busy lives, and that summer laziness you can’t seem to shake off ­– an outfit for each upcoming Wharton Center show might be overwhelming.

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Posted in Events, GET THE LOOK, Live at Wharton, Wharton Center News

All You Need is Love and This Playlist to Get Ready for Art of Time Ensemble

By Kendall Buzzelli There’s nothing like a good playlist to get you in the rock-n-roll mood. Coming to Wharton Center October 6, Art of Time Ensemble is ready to rock. With Steven Page, formerly of the iconic band Barenaked Ladies,

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Reduced Shakespeare Company: Doing What You Can’t in 6000 Seconds

By Kendall Buzzelli Two hours. Seems like a pretty decent chunk of time, and Reduced Shakespeare Company: Election Edition, coming to Wharton Center September 28-29, brings a performance showing 600 years of history — and here’s the catch — in

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Backstage Beauty: The Many Faces of Sutton Foster

By Kendall Buzzelli   Broadway sweetheart. Two-time Tony Award® winner. TV star. It is hard to encompass all that Sutton Foster is. Her talent is impeccable and has taken the entertainment industry by storm…not only on Broadway but also on

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Posted in Events, GET THE LOOK, Live at Wharton, Performing Arts, Wharton Center News

Yefim Bronfman: Why classical music is for everyone

By Kendall Buzzelli Classical music is an art, yet listening to classical music is a preference. As someone who doesn’t know much about classical music, I thought I might want to explore the world of classical music through Wharton Center’s

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Act One: Bella and Harry – a Family Holiday to Wharton Center

By Kendall Buzzelli As the school year begins and family life gets busy, one can only dream of summer vacation. The weather was nice, vacation days were abundant, and there was time for the whole family to spend together.  

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Posted in Act One Family Series, At Wharton Center, Theatre, Wharton Center News

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