Renowned Broadway and film composer Stephen Schwartz comes to town this week to interact with students at Wright State University. The two-day visit marks the initiation of a new annual Distinguished Visiting Artist Series.
While on campus, Schwartz and two of his collaborations — Tony Award winner Debbie Gravitte and multi-award winning vocalist Scott Coulter — will be giving master classes and workshops for College of Liberal Arts performing students. On Monday evening, the trio will give a performance featuring a sampling of music Schwartz has written — including songs from “Godspell” to “Wicked,” from “Pocahontas” to “Enchanted,” a sampling of the 20-plus Broadway and animated musicals Schwartz has written. The event is sold-out.
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