Anniversary Celebration at Arsenal Center Pays Tribute to Arts Supporter Joyce Kulhawik



WATERTOWN, Mass. — On Wednesday, April 6, the Arsenal Center for the Arts paid tribute to the late Charles Mosesian, whose eponymous theater is at the center, while celebrating the center’s fifth anniversary and honoring longtime Boston-area arts and culture reporter, Joyce Kulhawik, with an award named for the late philanthropist.


Kulhawik received the first annual Charles Mosesian Award for Support of the Arts from his two daughters, Elaine Mosesian and Charleen Onanian. The award recognizes individuals or organizations who exemplify the late Mosesian’s commitment to the arts, the arts community and the Arsenal Center for the Arts.


The evening’s program featured a performance by Broadway star Liz Callaway. Callaway is known for her leading roles in “Cats” and “Miss Saigon” among others. She often performs and records with her sister, Ann Hampton Callaway. She sings the theme song to the show, “The Nanny,” with (and written by) her sister.

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