Among all the posters that hang in the halls of SUNY Oswego’s academic buildings, one is celebrating Oswego Opera’s 40th anniversary with their production of Die Fledermaus. The show will take place in Waterman Theatre in Tyler Hall. The building is a place where the music and art students can showcase their talents to the rest of campus and town. Tyler Hall opened in 1968 and was named after James Gale Tyler, a painter born and raised in Oswego. Music fills the halls of Tyler Hall, where students can sing, dance, act, play instruments, etc. As the opera takes place this weekend, be sure to come see it! Many students and faculty have worked hard to create this comedic production.