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

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

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

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