20 Sep 2017

Blithe Spirit appears at Wesleyan

When a classic piece was needed for Theatre Wesleyan’s season, Dr. Connie Whitt-Lambert jumped at the chance for Blithe Spirit to fill the space. “I’m a huge fan of Noel Coward,” Whitt-Lambert, professor of theatre, said, “and I’ve always wanted to direct one of his pieces.” Whitt-Lambert doesn’t have a

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07 Nov 2013

Theatre Wesleyan Second Production: “33 Variations”

33 Variations preview – Thursday, Nov. 14 Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu Thursday, Nov. 14, will be opening night for Theatre Wesleyan’s second production of the season, “33 Variations”. The play is focused on two people that share a passion for music, and they even share similar struggles in their lives, but the interesting

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04 Oct 2013

Craving Gravy or Love in the Time of Cannibalism offers tasty performances

Review: Craving gravy or love in the time of cannibalism opening night Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu The name says it all. There was gravy, a bit of love, and, yes, there was definitely cannibalism. The play was shocking, funny, and even briefly sad, but in the end it had a fairytale

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04 Oct 2013

Graham’s Grail Concert Reading Positive Reactions

Graham’s Grail hits high spots in dramatic reading Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu Sunday, Sept. 29, the Texas Wesleyan Theatre Department Playmarket preformed a concert reading of the play “Graham’s Grail” written by senior English major John Humphrey, a current student at Wesleyan and aspiring playwright. Though the reading was not a

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26 Sep 2013

Wesleyan Student and Aspiring Playwright has Concert Reading.

Graham’s Grail Reading Sunday at Wesleyan By Dakota Baggett dabaggett@txwes.edu Sunday, Sept. 29, John Humphrey, a senior English Major with a secondary education certification at Texas Wesleyan and author of the play “Graham’s Grail”, will have a reading of his work at 2 p.m. in Theatre Wesleyan on campus. It

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