24 Oct 2016

Music department jazzes up the Modern

Senior music education major Emily Messenger felt bittersweet performing Kyrie and Verbum caro factum est at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on Saturday. “I’m very sad,” Messenger said, “but I’m happy I got to do it and I’m honored to be here.” As a senior, this was Messenger’s

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16 Oct 2016

New professor to orchestrate orchestra

New Assistant Professor of Instrumental Studies Dr. Paul Sikes plans to bring an orchestra and a pep band to Texas Wesleyan. “We have not had a significant program in recent years and, with my orchestral background, I plan to change that by offering the same challenges and benefits to the

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13 Oct 2016

Schultes: from Wesleyan to Stage West

Texas Wesleyan University alumni Dana Schultes hopes to capture and broaden the theater experience for all Stage West Theatre patrons. In late January, Schultes was named executive producer and given the opportunity to make West into a highly-respect theater in the Fort Worth area. “It was never really a goal

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28 Sep 2016

Music professors set an example

Many professors from Texas Wesleyan’s Music Department filled the stage in Nicholas Martin Hall at the annual faculty showcase Tuesday. The showcase, which featured music through the ages, moved from its usual time of Monday at 3 p.m. to Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to make it a more formal experience,

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23 Sep 2016

Rain excites audience members

Fans will be pouring in to watch Theatre Wesleyan’s first production of the 2016-17 season, When the Rain Stops Falling, which opened on Thursday. Rain, written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Bryan Stevenson, is an extraordinary play with a gloomy forecast that gives the audience the opportunity to travel

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