10 Feb 2017

Theatre Wesleyan production leaves audience laughing

Audience members will have a good laugh watching Theatre Wesleyan’s third production of the 2016-17 season, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, which opened on Thursday to a sold-out Thad Smotherman Theatre. Vanya, written by Christopher Durang and directed by associate professor of theatre Jeanne Everton, is a comical

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09 Feb 2017

Wesleyan show promises laughter

 Theatre Wesleyan will continue its 2016-17 season with its production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, which opens on Thursday. Vanya, written by Christopher Durang and directed by associate professor of theatre Jeanne Everton, was the winner of the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play. The themes and

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02 Feb 2017

Are movie remakes a good thing?

Selena Morales, a Texas Wesleyan sophomore liberal studies major, said she’s excited about movie remakes because they might be better than the original. “For example, I loved Beauty and the Beast and it was my favorite movie as a child,” Morales said. “Recently, they made another one but this one

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31 Jan 2017

SNCKPCK is a treat for listeners

As an anxious and reserved boy growing up in Fort Worth, Daniel James Alexander grew up making music and videos for his friends. He wasn’t looking for a nickname, but he got one on the first day of class his junior year at Burleson High School when he made a speech

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11 Jan 2017

KAWS exhibit draws large crowds to the Modern

Curated by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, KAWS: WHERE THE END STARTS highlights the career of Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (real named Brian Donnelly) over the last 20 years. Drawn from various collections and museums around the world, the exhibition features paintings, sculptures, drawings, and toys that that have

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