Suncrest residents benefit from an active cultural scene that brings concerts, art exhibits by local and national artists, musicals and dramas to their doorstep.
Morgantown has strong partners, West Virginia University’s College of Creative Arts, West Virginia Public Theatre, M. T. Pockets Theatre Company and the Monongalia Arts Center among them, that help to bring a mix of cultural entertainment to the area. The university town also boasts and eclectic music scene, with local and national bands to entertain those with a penchant for staying in tune with the latest trends.
The WVU Creative Arts Center or CAC, as it is known to local residents, hosts a variety of exhibits, concerts, plays and musicals throughout the year, and the University Symphony Orchestra also plays there. Each summer the West Virginia Public Theatre hosts its Broadway musicals from the Met Theater on High Street. And there are plenty of ways for your children to get involved with the cultural scene as well.
For those who don’t mind a little drive, Pittsburgh’s cultural events are only an hour’s drive from the Suncrest neighborhood.