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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15 Sep 2016

Theatre Wesleyan marks 60th season

Theatre Wesleyan is excited to announce its new season as it embarks on its 60th year of performances in the Metroplex. “With the help of recommendations of different plays and musicals from staff and students we are able to narrow it down to the plays that will be apart of

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30 Sep 2015

Kin Kin offers authentic Thai food

Are you tired of eating the same old food all the time? Do you find yourself going to the same places and ordering the same thing? Chinese, Mexican, Italian, seafood and American restaurants seem to be the go-to options when dining out. Well, it’s time to branch out and explore

21 Nov 2013

“33 Variations” leaves audience wanting more with solid acting

Review Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu Opening night for the play was Thursday, Nov. 14, and it looked as if it was almost a full house. Costumes were on point, the set was beautiful, the live piano on the stage was a great touch to the play, and, as always, the actors

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15 Nov 2013

Music Review: Wesleyan student and faculty join TCC in Modern Art performance

Rosy Perez Rperez1196@txwes.edu On Saturday, Nov. 2, I was able to witness the sounds of joy and peace at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Coming out of two doors was the sounds of pianos, voices and trumpets all by Texas Wesleyan students and faculty with guest performances by

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