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The Miriam Rosenthal Foundation is Proud to support the arts in Dayton. Enjoy our photo galleries of recent arts events that we are proud to have sponsored.

Human Race Theatre – Broadway and Beyond Concert – February 24, 2017

Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, named “Broadway’s Golden Couple” by the San Francisco Chronicle, celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Human Race Theatre Company by presenting musical numbers from both the “Great White Way” and the “Great American Songbook.” Accompanied by pianist Joseph Thalken, they delighted the audience with songs they introduced on Broadway in roles they originated: Ragtime, Passion, Kiss Me Kate (revival, of course), The Full Monty, Curtains, The Visit as well as popular standards from their many TV appearances, cabaret, concert hall and symphony performances around the world.


Dayton Ballet – Daring Duets – February 9-12, 2017

The Dayton Ballet brought an exciting new ballet repertory program entitled Daring Duets to the Victoria Theatre stage, celebrating the complexities of the relationship shared between couples. The program featured the full Dayton Ballet Company as they partnered with one another to present some of the most well-known and most exciting, new, original pas de deux ever to grace the Victoria stage. The program was comprised of eight unique ballets that ranged from classical to neoclassical to contemporary, in an in-depth look at how two people join together to dance on stage as one.


Victoria Theatre 150th Anniversary Documentary Premiere  – February 3, 2017

The final 150th anniversary event for the Victoria Theatre featured the premiere of the documentary “Making History: The Victoria Theatre,” a joint effort by ThinkTV and the Victoria Theatre Association. The 30-minute film includes interviews and camera footage from events and performances over the years. Following the private premiere, the documentary made it’s debut on Think TV and aired a number of times during the month of February.


Lift Ev’ry Voice – January 22, 2017

The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated the human spirit through the universal medium of music and marked 10 years of its acclaimed Stained Glass Community Engagement Concert Series in a program called “Lift Ev’ry Voice.”  Church choirs from congregations that have hosted the Stained Glass series over the years joined the DPO for a glorious afternoon of uplifting music on the Mead Stage of the world-class Schuster Center in downtown Dayton.