For the upcoming semester, Theatre Wesleyan has a variety of new productions in the works.

A Man for All Seasons, the first play of the semester, will be showing Sept. 27-29 and Oct. 4-7.

A cotemporary classic, A Man for All Seasons, deals with the era surrounding the reign of Henry the 8th.
The play will be directed by associate professor of theatre Jeanne Everton.

The second play, Certificate of Death, is a dark comedy written by Wesleyan alumni Walter Wykes, and will be directed by theatre professor Connie Whitt-Lambert. The play will run Nov. 8-10 and Nov. 15-18.

Later on in the semester, students of the theatre directing class will stage scenes from various plays.  There will also be a series of readings to workshop the plays of up and coming Texas Wesleyan playwrights.

A Fall Recital will cap off the end of the semester. All students, faculty and staff are invited to come out and support Wesleyan Theatre.

To find out more information about Theatre Wesleyan’s upcoming and future productions, or ticket prices please call the Theatre department at 817-531- 5867 or the box office at 817-531-4211.

-Tristian Evans

tkevans@txwes.edu

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