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Guitar in one hand and his audience in the other, Lenny Tepsich greets children and they light up with anticipation. When he leaves, they never forget having met Mr. Music. He motivates kids with simple songs sung by children for generations as well as original tunes he writes just for them. In 1988, his daughter’s...Find out more »
Earl Houser performed his first magic show when he was in the first grade. He did tricks he learned from watching television on Saturday morning. Today he performs regionally in schools, churches, and at special events.Find out more »
Mark's show combines his love for the visual arts with his love for song writing. The songs, art work and the show’s audience engaging activities all compliment one another to achieve his goal of inspiring children to embrace their own creativity and individuality. A First Night Button is required for this performance.Find out more »
Join the State College Area High School Thespians for a royal New Year’s Eve Ball featuring some princesses and princes and a few surprise guests. Each will have a musical story to share and will interact with all of the guests at the ball. The program is especially suitable for children. A First Night Button is required...Find out more »
Since ancient times storytelling has enchanted people of all ages. Middle-earth Studios’ kind of story-telling is an interactive celebration that brings out the kid in everyone. Anyone can be a part of our story and they costume up to 100 people from the crowd. For days afterward, you’ll still hear people talking about the show...Find out more »
Join Centred Outdoors on the First Hike of the year on the Last Day of The Year. Dress warmly to tour many of the First Night ice sculptures that line the streets of downtown State College and watch as ice-carvers-in-action sculpt some of the bigger ones on South Allen Street. The hike will begin at...Find out more »
The Nittany Knights are living proof of the enduring popularity of barbershop music. Barbershop music, with its close, unaccompanied four-part harmonies, is a uniquely American musical folk art. Although scholars cannot pinpoint where or when this art form was born, the growth of the tradition was certainly aided between the 1860s and 1920s by the...Find out more »
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