Bell Center

Bell Center

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03.04 11:30

Fine Arts Weekend - Luncheon

The 50th Anniversary Fine Arts Luncheon, open to all, will feature many former faculty including Dr. Dennis Crocker, Dr. Cindy Peterson and Professor Jo Cunningham. It will be a great time of remembering the past and celebrating the present. Tickets include admission to the Fine Arts Weekend Theatre, Band and Choir performances.

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03.04 2:30

Fine Arts Weekend - Theatre Production

MNU Theatre Through the Years
Come join us as current students and alumni perform scenes from many of the shows from the past 50 years of MNU Theatre. The production will be directed by Dr. Cindy Peterson and Heather Tinker.

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03.04 7:30

Fine Arts Weekend - Band Concert

Amazing Grace
This program of sacred selections for concert band features works by Ticheli, Copland, Schuman and Holsinger.

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03.05 3:30

Fine Arts Weekend - Choir Concert

Sing Joyfully
The feature concert of the year invites choral alumni from MNU’s 50-year history to participate. Dr. Dennis Crocker will guest conduct historical favorites, A Mighty Fortress and My Eternal King. Choral alumni interested in participating should contact Dr. Christopher Smith at cmsmith3@mnu.edu.

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03.25

Jazz-a-Que Concert & Dinnert

We're excited to announce our 2nd Annual Jazz-a-Que at MidAmerica Nazarene University on Saturday, March 25, 2017, featuring the MNU Jazz Ensemble with special guest saxophonist, Doug Talley. A barbeque meal will accompany the entertainment, with proceeds supporting our instrumental music program.

Bell Center Lobby

 

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The 39 Steps

March 29 - April 2

MNU Theatre presents The 39 Steps is a melodrama adapted from the novel by John Buchan and the film by Alfred Hitchcock.

Performed in the Sunderland Black Box Theatre


 

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Address
2030 E. College Way
Olathe, KS 66062

Phone
Box Office: 913.971.3636
Reservations: 913.971.3640

Box Office Hours
Monday through Friday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. (only during the fall and spring semesters)

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