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Student artists shine in Todd Rundgren’s “Play like a Champion” concert

Serving as an opening for the Debartolo Performing Arts Center’s Presenting Series, Todd Rundgren and his band members, alongside Notre... Read More

“Eighth Grade” profoundly comforting, heartbreaking

“Eighth Grade,” directed by Bo Burnham and starring the brilliant Elsie Fisher as Kayla, pays minute attention to the drama of the... Read More

The September Rundown with guest Dr. Dan Graff

In this month's episode of Establishing Shot, Ted and Ricky breakdown the schedule with special guest Dr. Dan Graff, a close friend of and... Read More

Album Release Concert: Christmas with Arturo Sandoval and the Notre Dame Children’s Choir

Join 10-time Grammy Award winner and legendary jazz and classical musician Arturo Sandoval as he performs with a popular local children’s... Read More

Five reasons why Todd Rundgren’s concert should be on your Bucket List

As an FTT major, who also takes extra concentrations of classes in Music, Global Affairs, and Sociology, performing with Todd Rundgren—a... Read More

Todd Rundgren’s influence at Notre Dame dates back to The Nazz

The Nazz from Philadelphia lasted just three years. But The Nazz at Notre Dame still exists. It’s now called Acoustic Café. Student... Read More

An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth comes to the Presenting Series

The Presenting Series season of premier artists lights up the weekend with An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth at the University of... Read More

Top 3: Film Adaptations with guest Dr. Paulette Curtis

Dr. Paulette Curtis joins Ricky and Ted to discuss film adaptations that transform the source material in an interesting way, make use of... Read More

Todd Rundgren “Plays Like a Champion” at Notre Dame

Legendary music veteran Todd Rundgren brings his 51 years of experience at the cutting edge of the music industry and his Spirit of Harmony... Read More

Exploring race, manipulation, and identity with Shakespeare’s “Othello”

"The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice" brings all-too-relevant tension to any stage it appears upon, particularly in a world... Read More

Perspectives from the Executive Director: Restorative Breathing

Whenever we end a season at DPAC, there’s a palpable sense of exhaustion in our halls. I work with an incredibly talented and committed... Read More

Working Women’s Wednesday: Building Community Like a Boss

Get ready for a fun night of girl power at Working Women's Wednesday this August 29, at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Read More