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Insider Look: Wharton Center’s 2019-2020 Season Subscription

By Maya Kleinsorge I have been a dancer since I was a tiny little four-year-old – this is where my love for all things performing arts started. My first Broadway theatre experience was here at Wharton Center when I turned

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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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7 Super Talented Kids You’ve Got To See To Believe

By Kristin Pagels The boys of the Vienna Boys Choir have charmed audiences around the globe for centuries — yes, CENTURIES — with their prodigious musical talent and charming demeanor. The Vienna Boys Choir includes both a boarding school (named Palais

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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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Act One: Peter Rabbit Tales

By Jacob Arnold   “Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail, and Peter. ”   Since 1902, that magical first line has been spoken by parents to their children all over the

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A Pea Recipe For A Picky Kid — Inspired By The Monster Who Ate My Peas

By Jacob Arnold Monsters drive a hard bargain. They will eat your unwanted peas, but only if you give them something valuable of yours in exchange. Maybe it’s your favorite soccer ball or that fancy bike that you love to

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“The Stinky Cheese Man” Puppet Show – An Event for the Whole Family

In recent years of cinema, television, and theatre, traditional fairytales have been molded and altered to reveal alternative perspectives of stories we thought we knew so well. The television show “Once Upon a Time” features a huge group of fairytale characters

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