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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

INTERNS REACT: THE HOT SARDINES

The weather is slowly warming up, but at Wharton Center we’re making things HOT this week with The Hot Sardines! We gathered our student interns again for the third installment of Interns React: The Hot Sardines.

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Jazz, Wharton Center News

Wharton Center’s Guide to Gift Giving and the Holiday Season

By Kendall Buzzelli It’s the holiday season! We’ve made it to the end of the year, and here at Wharton Center, we can’t wait for snow and hot chocolate and the chance to spend quality time with family and friends.

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Six Super Mamma Mia! Facts

By Kendall Buzzelli 1. Mamma Mia! is the eighth longest-running show on Broadway in history. Only behind The Phantom of the Opera, Chicago, The Lion King, Cats, Les Misérables, A Chorus Line and Oh Calcutta!, Mamma Mia! has changed the Broadway landscape, grossing over $600 million to

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

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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Posted in Act One Family Series, At Wharton Center, Theatre, Wharton Center News

Top 10 Bands We Wish Had Musicals – Guest post by Chris Ryan

With fabulous shows such as “Jersey Boys” and “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical“, ‘This Boy’ had a hard time narrowing down the list to just ten, but here are the final results ‘From Me to You’.

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