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Dr. Kay Stonefelt '60
Thursday, March 15, at 5:30 pm
Fynette Kulas Musical Arts Building
49 Seminary Street, Berea

Reconnect with fellow alumni and current percussion students as we celebrate the achievements of Dr. Kay Stonefelt ‘60.  Award celebration includes a catered meal and a special performance by the BW Percussion Studio.  Dr. Stonefelt is currently a State University of New York, Fredonia, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Percussion Studies.  She is also recipient of Percussive Arts Society’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement in Education Award.  

Please also join us for Conservatory Convocation on Thursday, March 15, 3:10-4:00 p.m. in Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building, 96 Front Street, Berea.  This event will feature a performance by Dr. Stonefelt, BW students and a conversation led by Professor Josh Ryan.  Convocation is free and open to the public.

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Directed by Pandora Robertson
Thursday-Saturday, March 15-17, at 7:30 pm and, Sunday, March 18 at 2:00 pm
Acting Studio, Math & Computer Science Building, Room 177,
139 Tressel Street, Berea

A new theatrical work created and performed by BW theatre students.

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Wednesday, March 21, 7:30 p.m.
Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building, 96 Front Street, Berea

Since the early eighties, “1964”…The Tribute has been thrilling audiences around the globe by taking them on a journey through a quintessential moment in music history that will live forever. Over twenty years of researching and performing have made “1964” masters of their craft.  They are hailed by critics and fans alike as THE most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute….which has earned them the distinction from Rolling Stone magazine as the “Best Beatles Tribute on Earth”. “1964”
recreates an early ‘60s live Beatles concert with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter with an accuracy that is unmatched. Co-sponsored by the BW Conservatory of Music as part of the 8th Annual BW Beatles Festival. 1964 The Tribute is not endorsed by or affiliated with Apple Corps, LTD.

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By Domenico Cimarosa
Libretto by Giovanii Bertati
Stage Direction, Noa Naamat of the Royal Opera House, London
Music Director, Jason Aquila
Thursday-Saturday, March 22-24, 7:30 pm; Sunday, March 25, 2:00 pm
John Patrick Theatre, Kleist Center for Art and Drama
95 E. Bagley Road, Berea

Also known as "The Secret Marriage," this masterpiece of Italian comic opera tells the story of Carolina and Paolino who secretly married in opposition of her father, the greedy Geronimo.  Paolina tries to win Geronimo's acceptance through a scheme to marry Carolina's older sister to a wealthy English count.  Hilarity ensues when the count falls in love with Carolina instead.

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Thomas Mulready, presenter
Thursday, March 22, at 7:30 pm
 Fynette Kulas Music Hall, Boesel Musical Arts Center, 49 Seminary Street, Berea
Thomas Mulready, local media maven, arts entrepreneur and music fan, offers a multimedia presentation about the making of the pivotal Beatles album.  Mulready will explore how the album was recorded, the stories behind the songs and the Beatles' lives in that moment between Beatlemania and Sgt. Pepper.

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Saturday, March 24, 8:00 pm
Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building, 96 Front Street,  Berea

"The oldest collegiate Beatles Festival" is a tribute to the Fab Four conceived with a wink and a nod to the BW Bach Festival.  Each year, students perform a Beatles album in its entirety.  This year, "Revolver" features an all-student artistic and production team drawing from each major in the Conservatory. 

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By Les Hunter
Directed by Anjanette Hall
Wednesday-Saturday, April 4-7, at 7:30pm
John Patrick Theatre, Kleist Center for Art & Drama
95 E. Bagley Road, Berea

In Weimar a radical women's collective attempts to resist the authoritarian inclinations of their recently elected government. 

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Friday, April 6, at 7:00 pm
Fynette Kulas Music Hall, Boesel Musical Arts Center
49 Seminary Street, Berea

The Kenari Quartet and BW musicians will use Bach's Goldberg Variations to create a concert of baroque, jazz and contemporary improvisation.  For more information on the Kenari Quartet, visit

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By Arthur Miller
Directed by Brennan Murphy
Wednesday-Saturday April 18-21, at 7:30 pm,
and Sunday, April 22, at 2:00 pm 
Allman Theatre, Kleist Center for Art & Drama,
95. E. Bagley Road, Berea

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Tuesday, April 24
Opening Reception at 3:30 p.m.
Program begins at 4:00 p.m.
Center for Innovation and Growth (CIG)
340 Front Street, Berea

About the Jacket Philanthropy Program: The David & Frances Brain Center for Community Engagement presents the Jacket Philanthropy Program Awards Ceremony – a culminating celebration of a semester-long service-learning and philanthropy initiative. The Jacket Philanthropy Program is a student-led philanthropy initiative implemented through academic service-learning. Students in 4 participating courses provide direct service throughout the semester to local nonprofit organizations. In addition to their service experiences, students have the opportunity to award grant funds to selected organizations. The 4 courses offered during Spring 2018 include: Health and Social Justice (Public Health), Grant Writing (English), Urban Community Life (Sociology) and Child Maltreatment (Psychology).

JPP focuses on three areas of need: children and youth programs; neighborhood development and revitalization; and hunger, homelessness and health issues. Students are responsible for developing an RFP (Request for Funding Proposal), preparing the grant proposal, and engaging in a group decision-making process to award the funds. Each class receives $5000 to distribute through selected grants.

In this 9th year of the program we will have awarded over $120,000 in grant funding to the local NEO community.

At the Award Ceremony hear reflections from BW students about their service and grant-writing experiences, and witness the awarding of $20,000 in grants to local community partners.

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By William Shakespeare and Marlowe
Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28th, at 7:30 pm
Allman Theater, Kleist Center for Art & Drama, 95. E. Bagley Road, Berea

The world whirls out of control in Shakespeare’s thrilling tale of France’s Joan of Arc, the English warrior Talbot, and the young King Henry. From the funeral of Henry V that opens the play to Joan’s fiery execution, Shakespeare’s brilliant first installment of the Wars of the Roses is riveting storytelling that never lets up.

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Frank Bianchi, director
Sunday, April 29, 2018, at 5:00 pm
Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building
96 Front Street, Berea

BW Men’s Chorus celebrates over 10 years of music making at Baldwin Wallace University and in the Greater Cleveland area community. The BW Men’s Chorus has performed to standing-room-only audiences, has collaborated in concert with several outstanding music organizations and has received rave reviews from throughout the Greater Cleveland Community.

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By William Shakespeare and Marlowe
Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26, at 7:30 pm
Allman Theater, Kleist Center for Art & Drama, 95. E. Bagley Road, Berea

In Shakespeare’s glorious second-chapter of England's Wars of the Roses, young King Henry's fierce and ambitious queen, Margaret of Anjou, leads the House of Lancaster in brutal civil wars against the House of York and its would-be-king, Richard, Duke of York. Witchcraft, demons, murders, the spectacular Jack Cade rebellion, and the introduction of Dickie the crookback prodigy (who will become the villainous Richard III) all conspire to make this play unforgettable and unmissable.

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