The music, dance, food and fashions of nearly two dozen cultures will be showcased during WMU's 29th annual International Festival from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, March 25, on the second floor of the Bernhard Center.
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Young and old will be slipping on their dancing shoes Thursday, March 29, and heading to the Bernhard Center for a night of games as well as swing and ballroom dancing.
The annual WMU Drum Choir concert, free and open to the public, will take place at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 29, in the Dalton Center Recital Hall.
The Campus Kids Summer Program will run from June 18 to Aug. 24, and each week will feature a different theme with special-interest topics. It is open to children who have completed kindergarten, up to age 12.
Performances of Larry David's comedy "Fish in the Dark" run Friday, March 16, through Sunday, March 25, in the Gilmore Theatre Complex.
WMU's Symphony Orchestra and University Chorale will present a free concert in collaboration with the Kalamazoo Latvian Association and the Latvian Ministry of Culture at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 25.
WMU and Kalamazoo will offer numerous global engagement opportunities in March. Highlights include the 29th annual International Festival, musical performances, lectures and global briefings.
Three films from the America Divided docu-series, produced by Norman Lear, Common and Shonda Rhimes, will be shown at WMU's Bernhard Center: "The System" Feb. 21, "Something in the Water" March 19, and "A House Divided" April 11.
Tickets are on sale for Disney's "The Lion King" at Miller Auditorium April 4-15. Now in its 20th year, "The Lion King" continues to be one of the most popular stage musicals in the world.