WCU LiveThe WCU Live! series presents the best of touring international artists in a variety of performances ranging from dance, music and theatre as well as family productions.

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West Chester University is looking forward to getting back to in person events later this year!


This upcoming Fall we will hold a variety of performances hosted by the Wells the School of Music and the University’s Department of Theatre and Dance.

Please follow the link below for more information:

https://www.wcupa.edu/arts/

Tickets for our 2022 Season will go on sale Friday, September 24th at 8:00am.

In the Spring of 2022 we are looking forward to bringing back our WCU Live! Events as well as our Speaker Series. On March 19, Emmy Award Winning actor and performer, Christopher Jackson, will be coming to campus, so mark your calendars now!


We will be sending a digital calendar in September, so please be sure to check your email.


Thank you and we look forward to welcoming you back on campus this Fall.


West Chester University Cultural and Community Events Department

 

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Current Season

  • Art-Rage-ous

    Johnny Peers & the Muttvile Comix
    Mar 4, 2022 | 7:00 PM

    Johnny Peers & the Muttville Comix is a slapstick comedy dog show like no other. Johnny leads over a dozen rescue dogs through challenging and hilarious tricks in this wonderful family show. 

  • Masters of soul cast

    ArtRAGEous
    Mar 12, 2022 | 4:00 PM

    This one-of-a-kind "All Arts" show is amazing crowds across the globe and they are coming to your city! Be prepared to join in on the high energy, heart pounding action as arts and music collide on one stage! Artrageous, often described as Blue Man Group meets Picasso, can't wait to meet you in West Chester!

  • Cage Lev Credit

    President's Speaker Series: Christopher Jackson
    Mar 19, 2022 | 8:00 PM

    Award-winning actor Christopher Jackson shares his remarkable journey from a small town in Illinois, to performing for a constantly packed house on Broadway. From school plays, to off-Broadway productions, to starring as George Washington in the revolutionary musical Hamilton, Jackson reveals the lessons learned along the way.

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