Endicott College and the School of Visual and Performing Arts present diverse programs in dance, music theater, music, and traditional theater within the highly regarded Rose Theater. Special and annual events include guest classical and hip-hop choreographers, Gospel Journeys, Repertory Dance Ensemble Concerts, the Intercollegiate Choral Festival, the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival, and solo performances in jazz, classical, and opera. Theatrical presentations have included The Pirates of Penzance, The Wizard of Oz, Once Upon A Mattress, Annie Get Your Gun, and Cabaret. The Rose Theater was donated by Myrt Harper (Class of 1956) and Bill Rose.
The Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts
One of our most anticipated summer events, Arts Fest 2019 Community Art Exhibition, is officially open! 👉The official kick-off reception runs Thursday evening, June 13, 5:00-7:00 pm at the Center for the Arts. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public, and many works of art will be for sale. Start your summer right and come join us as we celebrate Beverly’s many talented artisans! 👉And don’t forget to stop by Beverly Main Street’s Arts Fest on Cabot Street, downtown Beverly, this coming Saturday, June 15, running from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, for more artisan shopping, great food, kids events, and more🎉 #ThisIsEndicott #ArtsFest #endicottarts #EndicottCollege
In this month’s issue of Artscope Magazine, Endicott Professor Cynthia Roberts and Dance Coordinator/Assistant Professor Nikki Sao Pedro-Welch were interviewed on their incredible production, Armations: Anthropocene. Click the link in @armations bio to read the full article! #thisisendicott #endicottarts #endicottcollege #armations
Loving this weather here at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts! ☀️ • • #endicottarts #endicottcollege #thisisendicott #manninencenterforthearts