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MTD Theatre and Musical Theatre Students’ Showcase

Come help the Marywood Players support Broadway Cares! All money made will be directly benefiting Broadway Cares & The Actors Fund Housing Initiative. In Twisted Theatre, the men will be playing the women's roles and the women will be playing the men's roles! It is based on the Broadway Cares event held in New York City every year called Broadway Backwards. Some songs include: Summer Nights, Cell Block Tango, When You Got it Flaunt it, King of New York and many more! Every night there will be a selection of signed Broadway playbills, posters, and other Broadway merchandise available for auction. You can call (570) 961-2609 to make reservations. Please state your name, the night you would like to come, and how many seats you need. The show will be in Marywood University's Black Box Theatre, Rm. 98 in SLC. The performances: Thursday-Saturday, April 24-26 at 7:30pm. Free admission.
Apr 24 (Thu), 7:30PM
Apr 25 (Fri), 7:30PM
Apr 26 (Sat), 7:30PM
Black Box Theatre

NEPA Philharmonic and Collaborative Choirs

Members of the Marywood University Campus Choir will join choristers from Wilkes University and the Choral Society of Northeast Pennsylvania for a performance of Beethovan’s iconic Symphony No. 9 at the Scranton Cultural Center. The collaborative choirs will perform with the Northeast Pennsylvania Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Lawrence Loh. Tickets available at
Apr 25 (Fri), 8:00PM
Scranton Cultural Center

Marywood Orchestra Concert with Abington Heights High School Orchestra

Dr. Nathaniel Parker and the Marywood Orchestra welcome a special guest: the Abington Heights High School Orchestra, directed by Allison Covell. The collegiate and high school ensembles will perform portions of the program separately and then combine for a grand finale. Free admission.
Apr 26 (Sat), 4:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood University Chamber Singers Concert

The Spring 2014 concert of the Marywood University Chamber Singers, conducted by Dr. Rick Hoffenberg, will feature music by Orlando di Lasso, Anton Bruckner, Henryk Górecki, William Hawley, and Josep Vila, as well as a selection of lighter music and vocal jazz. Free admission.
Apr 27 (Sun), 3:00PM
Marian Chapel

Marywood Guitar Ensemble - Evening with Guitar

The Marywood Guitar Ensemble, conducted by D. Charles Truitt, performs works by Antonio Vivaldi, Jack Fina, and others, as well as solo performances by guitar students. Free admission.
Apr 28 (Mon), 8:00PM
Marian Chapel

MTD Evening of Strings

This themed concert will feature the talents of string students from the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department. Free admission.
Apr 30 (Wed), 7:00PM
Marian Chapel

Marywood University Campus Choir Collaborative Performance

Singers from Wyoming Seminary and the Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra will join the University’s Campus Choir in presenting Samuel Barber’s magnificent cantata Prayers of Kierkegaard. Rounding out the program of American Romantics will be Barber's exciting "School for Scandal" Overture and Howard Hanson's majestic Symphony No. 3. Dr. Rick Hoffenberg will conduct the concert. Free admission.
Apr 30 (Wed), 7:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood University String Project Performance

Features three string orchestras, ensembles, and solos from young string players ages 5-18. Free admission.
May 1 (Thu), 6:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood University Children's Theatre - The Marvelous Misadventures of Baba Yaga

As a 50th anniversary gift to the public, Marywood Children’s Theatre will a lively interactive play featuring a character from Russian folklore, Baba Yaga, as directed by Michelle Summers. Free admission.
May 3 (Sat), 1:00PM
Black Box Theatre

Marywood University Campus Choir Collaborative Performance

Free admission.
May 4 (Sun), 8:00PM
Great Hall of Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pennsylvania

Department of Music, Theatre & Dance | Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts | (570) 348-6268