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Happendance’s Missy Lilje on Wharton Center’s 2016-2017 Dance Season

Happendance Executive Director Missy Lilje talks about the upcoming shows in Wharton Center’s 2016-2017 dance season, featuring Jessica Lang Dance, Moscow Festival Ballet: Swan Lake, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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5 Reasons Why You Should Become a Season Ticket Subscriber

By Madison Stapels The 2016-2017 season at Wharton Center is packed with tons of amazing shows – from Broadway hits to classical greats to dance companies that will knock your socks off. Not sure if you’re ready to take the

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Get Ready for Riverdance with These Dancing Celebrities

By Madison Stapels Riverdance the 20th Anniversary World Tour steps into East Lansing April 1-3. Drawing on Irish traditions, the combined talents of the performers propel Irish dancing and music into the present day, capturing the imagination of audiences across

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The Visceral Dance Experience – Guest Post by Missy Lilje

Missy Lilje is the executive director of Happendance in Okemos, hear below what she has to say about Complexions Contemporary Ballet. Complexions Contemporary Ballet leaps, twirls and bounds into East Lansing on January 19 at Wharton Center for a night of

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In the Hot Seat: Terk Lewis Waters, Complexions Dancer

  Fellow Midwesterner Terk Waters is one of many talented dancers featured in Complexions Contemporary Ballet. He began his training at the age of 17 at the Dance Extension in Columbus, Ohio, and received his B.F.A. in dance from Western

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Moscow Festival Ballet Guest Blog – Leah Seery from Spartan Dance Center

By Miranda Madro Romeo and Juliet and selections from The Sleeping Beauty, two of the most romantic Russian ballets, will be performed by Moscow Festival Ballet at Wharton Center on January 8.  These performances feature exquisite costumes and lush scenery

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“You Know You’re a Dancer When…” – Guest Post by Kelly Munzenberger

Dance is a beautiful art, a perfect blend of athleticism and artistry coming together to entertain an audience. It takes strength, stamina, and lots of practice. Today, in celebration of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet performing at Wharton Center this week,

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