Dominican University Performing Arts Center (DUPAC)

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Dominican University Performing Arts Center (DUPAC), now in its second decade, has a track record of artistic excellence and bringing multi-cultural programming with a distinctive, learning-centered focus to the community. As part of Dominican University—a master's level institution ranked in the top tier of Midwest schools by U.S. News and World Report—DUPAC has grown to present three distinct artistic series, while also hosting several local arts organizations and special events. These three series are curated to balance creative history and tradition with innovative and challenging elements, inviting audiences of every age to experience a variety of styles and artists. The World Arts series presents artists and art forms from around the world, building bridges between cultures and communities. The Traditions series explores a diverse range of cultural influences on American music. The Theatre Arts Lab seriesoffers a balanced selection of drama, comedy, classical, contemporary and musical theater.

Highlights of the current season include:  Leahy, a Canadian powerhouse of eight extraordinarily talented musicians; Bella Gaia, a multi-media concert event featuring violinist Kenji Williams, NASA imagery and a multi-cultural ensemble of musicians and dancers; the delightful physical theatre of Imago Theatre's ZooZoo, with a fanciful peek into a world of animal mischief; the powerful musical RENT, a passionate re-working of the classic opera La Boheme; and among this year's special events is the 33rd Annual Trustee Benefit Concert presenting five-time Tony-winner Audra McDonald.  For a full look at the season schedule visit

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