Past Shows & Events at MPAC

Friday
Jun012018

ANC Spring Arts Night

Friday, Jun 1 | 8 PM

Come support the performing arts at ANC by attending this end of term concert featuring the work of Performing Arts Portfolio, Dance Ensemble, Choral Ensemble, and the Instrumental Ensemble.

Support the visual arts by arriving at 7 PM and walking over to the Fine Arts Building.

Donations appreciated.

Sunday
May202018

Bryn Athyn Orchestra Spring Concert

Sunday, May 20 | 3 PM

Mozart:  Overture to The Magic Flute
World Premiere of a work composed for the Bryn Athyn Orchestra:
Samuel Heifetz:  Concerto Judaica, with the composer at the keyboard
Brahms:  Symphony No. 1

 

 

Friday
May182018

Much Ado About Nothing

Friday, May 18 | 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 19 | 1:00 PM
Saturday, May 19 | 7:30 PM

Friday, May 25 | 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 26 | 7:30 PM

Experience this classic tale of love and betrayal, wit and wooing, music and mayhem. Bryn Athyn Community Theater presents William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing this May, wherein this particular production has been set in present day New Orleans. Hero and Claudio are in love, Beatrice and Benedick are at odds, Don Pedro is up to some match-making, and his brother Jon Don is up to no good. See how it all comes together in one of Shakespeare's most popular plays.

Directed by Suki Saurus

Saturday
May122018

BAC Spring Dance Concert

Saturday, May 12 | 2 PM and 8 PM

Bryn Athyn College Dance Department presents their material from the spring term in this popular and delightful show.

Tickets available at the door, cash/check only.
Adults $8, Students $5

Saturday
May052018

Finding Hope 2018


Saturday, May 5
| 9 AM

Please join us as we focus on building awareness around suicide, addiction, domestic violence, abuse, and mental illness. We might be facing one of these areas personally, we might be supporting someone who is impacted. For this third year, we continue to explore ways to offer hope, resources, and connection, as well as how we can incorporate mindfulness into these difficult areas of our lives. The morning sessions will feature Dr. Dan Gottlieb as the moderator, and panelists including Jill Bauer from Temple and The Rooms Project, local speaker Ali Smetanick Childs, practicing physician Dr. Anne Tenthoff, Dr. Janet Rosenzweig from UPenn, and Shelley Williams from the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. Followed by lunch and afternoon discussion groups to connect around our experiences, thoughts, and questions. 

Tickets available at http://bit.ly/FindingHope2018Register or call 267-502-4924
$30 adults, $20 students/senior (without lunch $20 adults, $10 student/senior)