Cultural Affairs brings to campus the best of the world’s professional performers, from national tours of A Chorus Line to Montana Repertory Theatre’s The Great Gatsby, from Pilobolus to Sean Dorsey Dance. Cultural Affairs has presented internationally renowned artists, including The Los Angeles Gay Men’s Chorus and The Turtle Island String Quartet, as well as touring Broadway musicals including Million Dollar Quartet and Memphis. The diverse array of world-class performances presented by Cultural Affairs includes Step Afrika!, The Moscow Festival Ballet, Leahy, and Sones de México.
Events are programmed and presented by the Cultural Affairs Committee, a student-led and student-funded organization made up of students, faculty, and community members.Students from all majors are invited to join the Cultural Affairs Committee to help plan performances, meet the artists, and gain experience in marketing and promotion. The Cultural Affairs Committee provides input to the director and helps plan, produce and promote activities for the next season. Volunteer activities include ushering, providing local transportation for the artists, promoting events to students across campus, arranging artist workshops, working on Young Auditorium artist receptions and other aspects of event production. The Cultural Affairs Committee chooses ten to twelve activities for the upcoming season to be listed as Cultural Affairs-sponsored events. For additional information, contact the Cultural Affairs Committee at 262-472-1964 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for Cultural Affairs events are offered to students at a special discounted rate and are available at Ticket Services, located in the Greenhill Center of the Arts, at the University Center, and online at the Young Auditorium website www.uww.edu/youngauditorium/.