Winner of the 2016 Tony Award for her performance as Angelica Schuyler in the musical phenomenon Hamilton, Goldsberry is equally at home in a Broadway theatre, on a film set, or on a concert hall stage. In this lush concert performance of diverse musical styles, she shares some of the beloved songs and experiences that have shaped her life and helped her forge a career as one of her generation’s most electrifying artists. LU Undergrads attend for FREE, click for more info.
Established in 1956, the orchestra is renowned for its interpretation of classical works. This tour marks their debut in North America. Repertoire: The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto by Zhanhao and Gang, Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique Op. 14 and Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture. Click HERE for artist's website. LU Undergraduates attend for FREE, click for more info.
The Greek gods are real, and they’re ruining Percy Jackson’s life. As a son of Poseidon, Percy has newly discovered powers he can’t control, monsters on his trail, and he is on an epic quest to find Zeus’ lightning bolt and prevent a war between the gods. This new rock musical is “mesmerizing” and proves “lightning can strike twice!” (TheaterMania). Click HERE for artist's website. LU Undergraduates attend for FREE, click for more info.
These whimsical, funny and fearless musicians are so beloved we invited them back to perform their new show, Cirque! This world-famous Viennese septet mashes artistry with antics and masterful musicianship with creative improvisation as their lips vibrate in unerring service to their beloved brass music. Click HERE for artist's website.
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By Lauren Gunderson
Two teenagers, one homebound due to illness and one a popular athlete, bond over their homework assignment on Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. A seemingly mundane poetry project unlocks the much deeper mystery about what has brought them together. An ode to youth, life, love, and the intangibility of human connectedness. Ellen Schaaf ‘18, director.
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Dana Gioia has attained widespread recognition as an award-winning poet. The former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts is a native Californian of Italian and Mexican descent. He holds B.A. and M.B.B. degrees from Stanford University and an M.A. in Comparative Literature from Harvard University. He has published five full-length collections of poetry and is Poet Laureate of California.
NOTE: Dana Gioia is librettist of "Haunted," a one-act dance opera composed by Paul Salerni, premiering on Saturday, March 2 @ 8 PM Baker Hall Zoellner Arts Center
The two-time Emmy® Award-winning Saturday morning TV show comes to life in a brand new stage production. The Henry Ford’s INNOVATION NATION – LIVE! inspires audiences with entertaining and educational stories about yesterday and today’s visionaries and innovators – highlighting major turning points in the past and present that influenced the fields of science, technology, engineering, math, the environment and social justice. LU Undergrads attend for FREE, click for more info.
Don’t blink, for this is no ordinary Irish dance performance — it is a battle of styles, a clash of colors! Created by Chris Hannon, former principal dancer for Lord of the Dance, the show features original choreography combining traditional Irish and modern dance techniques with multimedia elements, song and live music. Featuring dancers and musicians from Riverdance, Lord of the Dance and Celtic Woman, this is the next generation Irish dance spectacular. Click here for artist's website. LU Undergraduates attend for FREE, click for more info.
Resplendent with glittering costumes, lavish sets, Leon Minkus’ sweeping score, and Marius Petipa’s most captivating choreography, this colorful production is Russian ballet at its most powerful and thrilling, transporting audiences to a makebelieve Spain where dancing dryads, gypsies, and knights will delight audiences. LU Undergrads attend for FREE, click for more info.
Five well-established writers talk about existing work that inspired and fueled their writing processes as well as the technique and form that produces new work. Moderated by Stephanie Powell Watts, Director, Lehigh University Creative Writing Program with panelists: Bob Watts, poet and nonfiction writer (Lehigh University); Ruth Knafo Setton, novelist and screenwriter; Joyce Hinnefeld, novelist and short fiction writer; Tiffany Schmidt, young adult writer; Kate Racculia, novelist.