School of Stage and Screen

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‘Music Is’ to be revived at WCU

The George Abbott play that features the music of Richard Adler will be resurrected for the first time since its 1976 Broadway closing when it is presented Saturday and Sunday.
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Broadway classics set for Friday

The talents of five Broadway stars will be featured as the show from composer and lyricist Neil Berg gets under way in the Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
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Show to include holiday favorites

WCU’s Galaxy of Stars Series will continue Friday with a performance by the Pied Pipers and the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra in the Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
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Dancers to participate in holiday show, parade

Western Carolina University dance students dubbed the WCU Rockettes not only will perform in the Asheville Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 19, but also take the stage the night before at the Asheville Lyric Opera’s annual Christmas show.
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Disney star encourages local kids

Students at nearby Fairview Elementary School got a surprise visit and lesson in realizing their potential from WCU alumnus Geno Segers, star of the sitcom “Pair of Kings.”
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Show features music of jazz legend

“The Miles Davis Experience: 1949-1959,” coming Tuesday to the Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center, recaptures the historical and cultural context of that decade.
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Mainstage season gets under way

The University Theatre will present and faculty member Claire Eye will direct “I Hate Hamlet,” the story of an actor in career limbo, starting Wednesday in Hoey Auditorium.