The show MUST GO ON.

This year has been especially hard on the entertainment world. Locally, that means concerts, shows, plays, broadway performances, and all things Wharton Center.

The pandemic shut down what was to be an incredible season that featured the return of "Wicked", "Dear Evan Hansen", and more.  A fair amount of shows have been rescheduled for after 2021 and you can find out about all of them HERE.

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In the meantime, The Wharton Center is doing the best they can and still provide you with the arts while keeping you and your family safe. They are finding ways to bring shows right into your living room or on your laptop

They have several virtual performances on deck for you including Carrie Manolakos on Friday, November 13th at 8:00 pm.

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Join Carrie Manolakos for a performance featuring some of her favorite songs and her living room piano.

Carrie Manolakos is a Broadway star, actress, writer, and recording artist best known for her roles on stage, including Sophie Sheridan in Broadway's Mamma Mia! and Elphaba in the National Tour of Wicked. Carrie can also be heard as a voice on The Greatest Showman and Incredibles 2, and her live interpretation of Radiohead’s Creep became an international phenomenon nearing 4 million views and counting. In 2019, Carrie released a full-length solo record, The 44th Chord, which was featured on Z100 with Celine Dion, Madonna, Katy Perry, and Ariana Grande. She released her debut solo record, Echo in 2012 which reached #44 on the iTunes Pops Charts.  (Wharton Center)

You can listen and watch her version of Radiohead's "Creep" at the top of the page and you can catch the virtual performance live on Friday. Tickets are just $17.50.