Lori Oxford and Alberto Centeno-Pulido, faculty members in WCU’s Department of World Languages, will lead the trip.
The spring update for the campus community had been scheduled for Monday, April 29.
The event features projects for regional North Carolina business and industry, as developed by senior engineering and engineering technology students.
The April 26 event will include discussion about the needs of the high-tech industry and how to develop collaborative efforts in the 24 westernmost counties.
The cast consists of 15 students from both the School of Music and the School of Stage and Screen.
Proceeds and donations from the event benefit the Motion Picture Student Project Fund, which helps students with the cost of creating their senior thesis films.
The governor visited a forensic science class, viewed construction of the Apodaca Science Building and toured the steam plant and Moore Building.
Topics to be covered include formal and informal introductions, origins and hometowns, shopping, traveling, eating, and clothing and colors.
The concert will feature songs best known from performances by Aretha Franklin, The Pentatonix, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Sam Cooke, Pink, and Earth, Wind and Fire.