Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Working without purpose and meaning, our lives can grow empty and lifeless. Too often people have a vision for the life they desire, but they just can’t seem to grasp the “how” and find themselves stuck in their fears. Am I good enough? Can I afford to change? What will people think? In this lively and thought provoking talk, Beth Bryce will encourage you to get out of your routine and start living what’s in your heart. You’ll learn strategies to embrace risk and let go of fears that are blocking you from realizing your dreams. Beth is the Director of Career Services at Northwood University, a Certified Motivational Career Coach, and the founder of Girls to Woman Coaching. She is also one of the co-authors of Women on Fire: 21 Inspiring Women Tell Their Life Secrets.
The Lullabies of Broadway!
Join Jim Hohmeyer and friends for this fun and entertaining monthly meeting. We’ll travel down the great white way of Broadway from the 1920s to the present with Jim and singers from the Midland Center for the Arts (MCFTA). You’ll hear showstopping songs from Gershwin to Sondheim in this lively one-hour program. Jim is the conductor emeritus of the Rochester Symphony Orchestra and the Director of Choral Programs and Music Theatre for the MCFTA. In 2010, he was the conductor of the Hollywood Concert Orchestra on a national tour with Shirley Jones in A Night at the Oscars. Dexter and Laura Brigham will be joining Jim on stage. They are new residents of Midland. Dexter is the managing director of the Center Stage Theaters and Choirs and Laura is a professional actress and director. Both of them have been on national Broadway tours and on Broadway.