Midland Center for the Arts Unveils Spectacular 2023/24 Season
Stories at the Center
Dr. Matt Travis Named Chief Operating Officer of Midland Center for the Arts
Midland Center Seeking Artists and Vendors for 56th Annual Summer Art Fair
Downtown Midland will transform this summer with vibrant art, live music, and more in the 56th annual Summer Art Fair on June 3 & 4, 2023. Midland Center for the Arts is seeking established and emerging artists for the annual Art Fair. Since its inception, the Summer Art Fair has held a long-standing tradition of excellence as a premier fine art fair. It is held outdoors on Main Street in Downtown Midland, a community noted for its cultural awareness, appreciation, arts resources and artistic avocation.
Center Stage Theatre Presents Gripping True Tale in THESE SHINING LIVES this April
‘The Radium Girls’, as we know them today, are remembered for the monumental changes for women’s and workers’ rights. Midland Center for the Arts’ Center Stage Theatre will dramatize their quest for justice in These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich on April 14 - 23, 2023. The Midland Center production is directed by Susie Polito and will be presented in the round with audience members on all four sides of the stage in the Little Theater.
OMG You Guys! Legally Blonde – The Musical Comes to Midland, March 31 - April 1!
America’s favorite blonde, Elle Woods, is ready to prove who’s in charge (again) as Legally Blonde - The Musical comes to Midland Center for the Arts for 3 performances from March 31 through April 1, 2023. The ultimate Broadway tribute to girl power, Legally Blonde will take you from the UCLA sorority house to the Harvard halls of justice with its coming-of-age story.
Midland Center for the Arts Seeks Local Actors for Regional Premiere of The Sparrow
Midland Center for the Arts Brings Mother Goose Stories to Life in HONK! The Musical
Jon Loos named President and CEO of Midland Center for the Arts
The Midland Center for the Arts Board of Directors has named Interim President and CEO, Jon Loos, as President and CEO of Midland Center for the Arts. Loos replaces former President and CEO Terri Trotter, who served in the role from 2016 through last February. Today’s announcement serves as the successful conclusion to the robust CEO search that the Center Board’s selection committee conducted this year.
Midland Symphony Orchestra Announces Auditions for 2022-23 Season
Midland Center for the Arts presents Outdoor Production of RENT