Over 20 shows, like concerts, plays, and even the Russian National Ballet Theatre, will take the stage at Michigan Tech's Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts throughout the 2014-2015 season.
The Rozsa Center officially announced its season lineup Wednesday, and tickets are on sale now for many acts. Twenty four performances, including Broadway shows and student productions, will be on stage as well as a handful of art galleries. There will even be opportunities for the community to be involved in some of the shows, like the Broadway show Camelot.
"We're hoping that there's something to fit everybody's taste," says Rozsa Center director Mary Muncil. "From the Class Acts Program where we're reaching out to our local school district to get our students in the theater and excited about what's happening on stage, to our V.P.A. (Visual and Performing Arts) productions of Anitgone, to the Acting Company's Macbeth."
Ticket information and show schedules can be found on the Rozsa Center website.