Theatre Wesleyan will be kicking off the spring semester with a student-directed performance of “Smokefall” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre from Feb. 14 to Feb. 24. Alexandra Flurry, a senior theatre major, will be playing the role of Violet. She summarized Noah Haidle’s play to be about a dysfunctional family.
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
Tyler Guse, senior theatre major, is prepared to tour the United States while pursuing his love for costume design. Guse has multiple Theatre Wesleyan technical credits, including being in charge of publicity and graphic design for Stop Kiss, costume design for When the Rain Stops Falling and The 39 Steps,
Joe Brown, a dean of freshman and professor of liberal arts, has enjoyed being the master of ceremonies for the annual Awards Day at Texas Wesleyan. Brown said the ceremony celebrates the best in academics at Texas Wesleyan. “It celebrates our students and it’s kind of all-encompassing,” Brown said. “It’s
Audience members will cherish and hold their family members and loved ones after seeing Theatre Wesleyan’s production of Stop Kiss. Kiss, written by Diana Son, is a poignant play that focus on two young women and their fight to love one another. Set in New York City in 1995, the