CAS News & Events

Marywood Theatre Production "How I Learned to Drive"

"A Play for Survivors," How I Learned to Drive is a drama written by the American Playwright Paula Vogel. the play premiered Off Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre. Vogel received the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the work. This play deals with adult subject matter and is not recommended for young children.

Marywood Theatre Production "How I Learned to Drive"

"A Play for Survivors," How I Learned to Drive is a drama written by the American Playwright Paula Vogel. the play premiered Off Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre. Vogel received the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the work. This play deals with adult subject matter and is not recommended for young children.

Feb. 11, 6 p.m. Presentation: Policing Perspectives from the U.K. - Dr. Richard Smith

Thank you to all who attended the presentation by Dr. Richard Smith, Fulbright Scholar, on Legitimacy, Leadersip, and Trust: Policing Perspectives from the U.K. on Monday, February 11.

Adam Shprintzen, Ph.D. Adam Shprintzen, Ph.D.

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Northeastern Youth Wind Ensemble Concert

The Northeastern Youth Wind Ensemble is comprised of 100 outstanding high school performers from throughout the region. The group is sponsored by American Youth Ensembles Conn-Selmer, Inc., and Marywood University under the musical leadership of Dr. F. David Romines. The March 3rd performance will feature a guest appearance by Christopher Martin - Principal Trumpet with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.

Marywood Concert Choir

In 2011, the Marywood University Concert Choir presented its first-ever spring concert in the spectacular Marywood Rotunda in a performance of Serge Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil, also known as the Vespers. The Concert Choir is now returning to this incomparably beautiful piece, once again taking full advantage of the lush acoustics of the Rotunda. The Choir will perform in a 360-degree circle from the second floor of the Rotunda, with the audience seated below.

Marywood Chamber Singers Performance

The spring concert of the Marywood University Chamber Singers will feature two benchmarks of the 20th-Century British a cappella choral repertoire: Britten's Hymn to St. Cecilia and Howells's Requiem. Also on the program are two motets for 8-part chorus by Orlando di Lasso, two works by Johannes Brahms, and a set of vocal jazz arrangements.

Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra

The Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra, featuring Marywood faculty members and students, as well and other faculty, students, and community members under the direction of Rick Hoffenberg, will perform Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's iconic showpiece Scheherazade. Also on the concert is the dramatic Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 2by Serge Prokofiev. This all-Russian program will be repeated at 8 PM on Sunday, April 28, at The Kirby Center for Creative Arts at Wyoming Seminary in Kingston.

Wyoming Valley Undergraduate History Conference

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General Student Recital

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Marywood University Wind Symphony Performance

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Marywood Tutti Ensemble Concert

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Marywood Orchestra Performance

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General Voice Student Recital

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MTD Brass Celebration

Brass Celebration 10am - 4pm

Marywood Theatre Players Showcase

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Marywood Theatre Players Showcase

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MTD Voice Faculty Recital

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General Brass Student Recital

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General Student Recital

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