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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You Will Be Found: Wharton Center’s 19-20 Broadway Season Emphasizes Finding Your Place

By Cami Hancock As the second act draws to a close, the ensemble of Dear Evan Hansen sings out, “You will be found.” These words are the anthem of not only Dear Evan Hansen, but also of Wharton Center’s 2019-2020

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Junie B. Jones – Sensory-Friendly Performances at Wharton Center

By Maya Kleinsorge With the upcoming Sensory-Friendly Performance (SFP) of Junie B. Jones coming to the Pasant Theater April 28, I sat down with the manager of musical theatre programs, Kelly Stuible-Clark, who leads our SFP program here at Wharton

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5 Fascinating Things You Didn’t Know About The Manhattan Transfer & Take 6

The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6, two of America’s most historically-acclaimed vocal ensembles, are coming to East Lansing THIS WEEK? It’s true! And whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking for good live music, we’ve got some fun facts

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Calling All Hipsters: Yefim Bronfman is the New Classical Trend

These days, the most popular pastime for any generation is trying to stay up to date with the newest trend. Whether it’s which Disney movie will get the next live reboot, the latest Game of Thrones season or Royal baby-watch, everyone

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The Recipe for a Great Pianist: Bronfman Style

By Maya Kleinsorge Studying in the arts I am constantly surrounded by those who have the same rigorous passion for leadership in the arts. This can include people from across the arts spectrum, from those who write poetry to those

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I and You Presents True Human Connection Beautifully

Wharton Center is buzzing as the opening for the play I and You draws near. ‘A Wharton Center Production’ has a nice ring to it, don’t you think? A performance that is produced and directed inside the walls of Wharton

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