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Guest Blog: Crossing Borders

By Gabrielle Bynum   Over the past summer, I had the opportunity to travel to eight European countries in six weeks, and I can honestly say that it changed my life. Each country was so unique, yet so similar at the same

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Posted in Guest Blog, Performing Arts, Wharton Center News

Guest Blog: A Lady’s Guide to Style, for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

By Andrea Kerbuski of blondebedhead.com Photos by Katie Winkler [Dries Van Noten coat, Pam & Gela sweatshirt c/o Schoola, jeans by Levi’s, boots from Lori’s Shoes, vintage Chanel bag, hat by Free People] AT WHARTON I styled a more polished

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Posted in GET THE LOOK, Guest Blog, Wharton Center News

One-Liner Wednesday – Guest Post by Annie Schiffmann

By Michelle Scott Broadway’s Next H!T Musical will be stopping in East Lansing at Wharton Center for Performing Arts on January 29. Something unique about this show: every performance is different! Beginning with suggestions from the audience, this cast of

Posted in At Wharton Center, Events, Guest Blog, Wharton Center News

The Tradition of the Band of Royal Marines – Guest Post by Bill Collins

By Madison Stapels In spectacular uniform and traditional kilts, the performers take the stage to evoke the same awe-inspiring power that has enraptured audiences for hundreds of years. Audiences will feel shockwaves as the musicians, drummers, and buglers play with

Posted in At Wharton Center, Guest Blog, Performing Arts, Wharton Center News

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

Posted in At Wharton Center, Dance, Guest Blog, Performing Arts, Wharton Center News

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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Guest Post by Rebecca Ammon, Adult Ballet Student – Ballet Dreams Live On

As we look toward Twyla Tharp’s 50th Anniversary tour performance on November 3 at Wharton Center, Twyla Tharp’s continued success and passion as a choreographer and dancer 50 years into her career, now at the age of 73, is a

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