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Inside Blumenthal Performing Arts

February 18, 2013

Many people, when they think of Blumenthal Performing Arts, see us as the home to Broadway’s best touring musicals, or as a venue for the hottest singers and bands to perform, but many don’t see all that we do for the community.

A few months ago, Life in the Carolinas‘ host Carl White went on a visit to the Blumenthal Performing Arts for a look at how the Education Department develops innovative partnerships with schools and community organizations to bring the performing arts to life for people throughout the region.

Featuring interviews with President Tom Gabbard; Director of Education, Ralph Beck; and Vice President of Development, Cindy Rice, White does a great job of showing you a different side of Blumenthal Performing Arts.

3 Comments
  1. Hayes Fletcher permalink
    February 19, 2013 12:16 pm

    We saw Les Miz recently and was disappointed in the sound volumne. It was too loud and the orchestra drowned out the singers most of the time. Even the mikes on the cast were too loud, which created a distorted sound. The theater is too small for that much volumne. Hayes Fletcher, Weaverville, NC

    • Danny Knaub permalink
      February 20, 2013 3:30 pm

      Hayes – We are sorry to hear you had problems with the sound level being too high. We’ve passed along this information to our ticketing department so they can look into it.

  2. February 19, 2013 7:27 am

    I’d like to see more behind-the-scenes videos like this please, especially with artists or performers currently in town.

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