Monthly Archives: October 2016

Halloween Costumes: Wharton Inspired

By Emily Seigneurie Let’s get real. Everyone waits until the last minute to buy a Halloween Costume, to go to Party City and realize that everything is sold out… but don’t worry! Wharton Center has you covered. Slay your way

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Everything You Need to Know About ĭmáGen’s Temple

By Kendall Buzzelli The cast of Temple, at Wharton Center THIS weekend, has been hard at work rehearsing for an amazing production. Watch our video and hear about this extraordinary undertaking. Hear from members of the cast and Sylvia Peto, writer and lyricist for

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Behind the Scenes, Wharton Center News

Temple: Why Theatre is for Everyone

By Kendall Buzzelli Temple, ĭmáGen’s staged concert reading based on the impressive life of Temple Grandin — one of the world’s first individuals on the autism spectrum to speak openly about her experiences with autism, and who became a famous animal scientist and

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Meet the Members of AZIZA

By Kendall Buzzelli   Every member in a jazz quartet is essential to creating that classic sound. AZIZA – while being exceptional! – is no exception. The four jazz professionals who comprise AZIZA are Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Lionel Loueke and

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The Must-See Vocalists of Art of Time

By Kendall Buzzelli If there was one aspect that I believed was the heart and soul of every band, it’d have to be the vocals. Killer vocals can take any band from talented to talented and memorable. If you think

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Six Super Mamma Mia! Facts

By Kendall Buzzelli 1. Mamma Mia! is the eighth longest-running show on Broadway in history. Only behind The Phantom of the Opera, Chicago, The Lion King, Cats, Les Misérables, A Chorus Line and Oh Calcutta!, Mamma Mia! has changed the Broadway landscape, grossing over $600 million to

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