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Contact Grace Robison at 574-371-5040 or grobison@warsawschools.org

Warsaw Performing Center

PERFORMING ARTS CENTER EVENTS

The PAC boasts an impressive history of live concerts, theater productions, and guest speakers.

The auditorium has seating for 974 people and is handicap accessible.  It has an orchestra pit as well.

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Upcoming Events:

Band

MS Band

Warsaw Middle School Band Concert

The Warsaw Middle School Bands will present their Spring Concert on Monday, May 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lakeview Auditorium.  The concert will include favorites such as "Theme from James Bond," "Aladdin," and "Avengers."  The combined Edgewood/ Lakeview Bands will be performing as well as the 6th grade band.  

The middle school bands are under the direction of Joseph Peloza.

Enjoy a night of music and help celebrate the accomplishments of these great student musicians.

The concert is free of charge and the public is invited to attend.

Dance

Spring Dance Concert

The WCHS Dance Department will present their Spring Dance Concert at 7:00pm on Thursday, May 19 at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center. 

The program will feature the WCHS  and elementary students from the following schools: Claypool, Harrison, and Leesburg Elementary. 

Support friends and family in the WCHS Dance Department as they demonstrate grace and elegance in a variety of styles, including: tap, modern, jazz, lyrical, lindy hop, and choreography with african style influences. 

Also new this year, "Kids Dance, Warsaw!" (KDW!) is a volunteer, donation-based outreach program to elementary students throughout WCS. This semester includes 37 kindergarten-fourth grade students who will perform at the concert. At the end of the evening, all WCHS Dance and KDW! students will dance to "Any Dream Will Do" with bright colored steamers. 

Freewill donations will be accepted for the dance department. All donations go to the dance program for the purchase of costumes, shoes, and free dance opportunities for future WCS students.

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Choir

Choir Department Spring Concert

The WCHS Choral Department will present their Spring Concert  on Tuesday, May 24 at 7:30pm in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.

The concert will feature the five Warsaw Community High School choirs performing music ranging from popular songs, a "Mary Poppins" song medley, "We Don't Talk About Bruno," and an alumni song, where any alumni of WCHS who was in choir can join us in singing "Dry Bones!"  The WCHS choirs are under the direction of Cassandra Petrie.  If you would like to be in the alumni song, email Miss Petrie at cpetrie@warsawschools.org

Members of the community are welcome, and invited to attend. 

Free will donations will be accepted for the Choir department. All donations go to the Choir program for the purchase of new choral dresses and tuxes. The current choir dresses are 15 years old. Choir is trying to raise funds to purchase new ones.

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Orchestra and Choir Concerts

Over fifty Choir and Orchestra members represented Warsaw Community Schools at Disney World in Orlando, Florida during spring break. The Choir, directed by Cassandra Petrie, performed at Disney Springs. The Orchestra, directed by Angela Dieleman, participated in a Soundtrack Sessions workshop. Both events were hosted by the “Disney Imagination Campus: Performing Arts” experience. Lori Owens, Administrative Assistant, helped organize the trip through Music Travel Consultants. The tour exemplified the quality arts program at Warsaw Community Schools. In addition to their performance or workshop, students enjoyed the activities in the theme parks.

The Choir and Orchestra thank the community for their support of the arts at Warsaw Community Schools. WCS students in 6th through 12th grade can still register for performing arts classes for next school year.

The public is invited to attend the year-end Choir and Orchestra concerts this month. 

The WCHS Choir Pops Concert is Tuesday, May 24 at 7:30pm. The 6th-12th Orchestra Spring Concert is Thursday, May 26, at 7:00pm. Both concerts are held at the WCHS Performing Arts Center Auditorium and are free of charge. 

For more information, contact Lori Owens at lowens@warsawschools.org or 574-371-5040.

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