Experiencing the Arts at King's College promises to have an eventful year of theatre, art exhibitions, music, dance, the spoken word, and film.

One act or three, lunchtime and evenings, the theatrical experiences offered by the King's College Theatre Department hold something of interest and value for every theatergoer. While our Theatre Department is known for its excellent presentations of the works of Shakespeare, our production season has a wide range of classic, contemporary, and musical theatre.

Established and emerging artists, graphic designers, painters and sculptors will be showing their works in a number of exciting exhibitions throughout the year. Not only can the public visit the works of the King's College Widmann Gallery, they can hear the artists describe their work during a Meet the Artist reception.

The a cappella voices of The Western Wind and a program by Top Brass showcase musical talent on tour, while our own Cantores Christi Regis singers perform sacred and secular music in a variety of vocal styles and musical periods.

King's Café Cinema, music performances for the community and individual residencies provide a rich backdrop for cultural experiences on the King's College campus.

Admission to King's performing arts events is free of charge. Although there is a nominal admission charge for the college theatre productions, all theatre performances are free to all students, faculty, and staff. For information or tickets for the theatre productions, call (570) 208-5825 or e-mail the Box Office.

For more information on all these events, visit Experiencing the Arts Calendar or contact Michele Maczuga.