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Harmony Wants You To Be Its Guest For A Performance of ‘Beauty & The Beast’

One of the most beloved Disney stories of all time will come to life this weekend when the student organization Harmony puts on its rendition of “Beauty & the Beast.”

Harmony is a Penn State performing arts program tailored for individuals with and without special needs. Through their performances, Harmony works to foster closer relationships between students and their Penn State volunteer mentors. The club’s goal is to thereby create a sense of “harmony” between these individuals as a result of their mutual love for the arts.

Club members meet for an hour each week to hone members’ singing, dancing, and acting skills for the various performances they put on throughout the semester. “Beauty & the Beast” will be the organization’s last show of spring 2019.

Because the program is meant for the benefit of the community, admission is free to the public. However, all are encouraged to donate to the organization’s cause. Parking for the show is available downtown and in the HUB parking deck.

The performance will begin at 6:15 p.m. Sunday, April 14 in Schwab Auditorium. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. For more information, check out the event’s Facebook page.

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Emma is a senior from the ever-popular "right-outside" Philly area studying labor employment relations and PR. She's also the Student Life editor for Onward State. She has been a Penn Stater from cradle and will continue to bleed blue and white, 'til grave. She loves trashy romance novels, watching Netflix, and crying over cute videos of dogs. If you ever want to talk more with her about how great she is, or simply have other inquiries, feel free to email her at [email protected]

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