Stephen Hort on (’13) and Devyn Woodward (’15) hold up Tyler Mick (’13), who played Joseph in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat.“ The musical, which took place Feb. 14–16, brought in more than 4,100 patrons. That’s the greatest attendance, which brought in the highest revenue in one weekend in the history of Bethel’s theatre department.

Mauro Named Visual Arts Chair
In January, Suzanne Mauro was named chair of the visual arts department. Mauro has a degree in fine arts from Purdue University, and an M.F.A. in studio art from the University of Notre Dame. She teaches a variety of classes at Bethel, including ceramics, 3-D design, drawing and art education for elementary school teachers. Her teaching ambitions include a dedication to lifelong learning and fostering relationships with students.

Choir to Travel the Midwest
Bethel’s Concert Choir will begin their weeklong spring tour of “Agnus Dei” (Lamb of God) on May 6. Directed by chair of the music department and Associate Professor of Music Bob Ham, the group will travel to Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. The choir will perform music that reflects Christ’s love for us, His sacrifice for us, our devotion to Him and our reason for hope, even when things seem impossible.