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Be in the room where it happens, as a Wharton Center 2018-2019 season subscriber

By Kendall Buzzelli With a great season coming to Wharton Center, you may very well want to see all the shows. Almost every week, there are new shows on at least one of our stages . . . from performing

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Behind the Scenes, Classic Series, Dance, Jazz, Live at Wharton, MSUFCU Broadway Series, Opportunities, Performing Arts, Theatre, Wharton Center News, World View

Dance Theatre of Harlem: Diversity in dance

By Kendall Buzzelli     As a country, we still struggle with providing equality for all. Dance Theatre of Harlem, returning to Wharton Center on May 2, recognized this inequitable access decades ago, and sought to begin a dialogue after the tragedy of

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Posted in Dance, Wharton Center News

Maceo Parker: “2% jazz, 98% funky stuff”

By Kendall Buzzelli We’re counting down the days until Maceo Parker makes his appearance at Wharton Center. I am super excited that we have Wharton Center in our area to bring in music legends for audiences to enjoy. Maceo Parker is one of those legends:

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Posted in Jazz, Wharton Center News

Moon Mouse, A Space Odyssey: What it’s like to perform in the dark

By Kendall Buzzelli We spoke with Kevin Chick, an actor with Lightwire Theater and a performer in Moon Mouse, A Space Odyssey, coming to Wharton Center on Sunday, April 15. He gave us the inside scoop on everything you need

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Posted in Act One Family Series, Wharton Center News

The Soundtrack of Your Week – Maceo Parker & Ray Charles

By Kendall Buzzelli We’re back with another Wharton-inspired Spotify playlist curated just for you! Coming up on April 20, Maceo Parker will be bringing his new show, To Ray with Love, a special tribute to Ray Charles which features the Ray Charles

Posted in Wharton Center News

Lynn Nottage: Female Playwrights to Watch

By Kendall Buzzelli In 2018, have we reached a new era in voices of American theatre? Women make up roughly 66% of Broadway audiences; but we continually search for female representation in all other theatrical aspects, concerned specifically about the continual exclusion of

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Clementine: Books we LOVE for March is Reading Month!

By Kendall Buzzelli With March in full swing, we can feel that spring is near.  But until then, we shall deal with the topsy-turvy ways of March in Michigan. Despite the variations in weather, March is Reading Month across the

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