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Students from International Leadership of Texas Keller-Saginaw High School perform ‘Graziella’ and ‘The Girl from Ipanema’.

Guitar Studio recital an expose of complexity, minimalism, grief and hope

Kehinde Hopkins, Content Producer April 27, 2024

The Wesleyan Music Department’s latest guitar studio recital was an emotional foray into grief, sadness and the hope that lies beyond. Adorned in all black, five guitarists, including the director Dr....

The electropop opera, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, shows at the Thad Smotherman Theatre for one weekend only.

Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 opens at Theatre Wesleyan

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief April 18, 2024

The sounds of synths usher the audience into the opening scene of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812. Directed by Jeanne Everton, associate professor of theatre acting & directing studies,...

The students came together in the closing song and sang “Somewhere Tonight” from “West Side Story.”

Music department presents ‘Scene D’amore’

Alexis Bernal, Content Producer April 3, 2024

On March 7, Texas Wesleyan’s music department performed “Scene D’amore,” at Nicholas Martin Hall. Co-Directors included Keith Critcher, Arielle Collier and David Bogaev.   The Music Department...

Texas Wesleyan, North Side High School, and Western Hills High School perform “To New Heights” at Martin Hall.

Wesleyan Singers present ‘To New Heights’ at the Martin Hall

Richard Amaefule, Content Producer April 2, 2024

On March 21, Wesleyan singers presented their show “To New Heights” with guest performers from North Side  and Western Hills high schools in Fort Worth.   Gabrielle Little, a junior business...

Texas Wesleyan’s wind ensemble performs their spring concert inspired by University College Day’s theme “Sky is the Limit”.

Wind ensemble concert presents a symphony of sounds

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief March 20, 2024

The department of music hosted a wind ensemble concert on March 19 in the Nicholas Martin Hall at 7:30 p.m.   Texas Wesleyan’s wind ensemble, directed and conducted by Dr. Thomas Willmann, the visiting...

Exit, Pursued by a Bear shows at the Thad Smotherman Theatre from Feb. 15 to 25.  
Photo courtesy: Theatre Wesleyan

Guest director brings ‘sweet revenge comedy’ to life

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief February 15, 2024

Written by Lauren Gunderson, in this dark comedy ‘Exit, Pursued by a Bear’, Lillie Galvan takes to the stage as Nan to confront her husband Kyle about the nature of their relationship. With help from...

Breakneck Romeo and Juliet takes place inside the Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building.

One-man rendition of Romeo and Juliet comes to Texas Wesleyan

Richard Amaefule, Content Producer January 29, 2024

On Jan. 24 in Martin Hall at the Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building, a rendition of “Romeo and Juliet” was held. “Breakneck Romeo and Juliet” fully captivated the skill of director and actor, Tim...

Acapella group rehearses “Nobody like U”.

New a capella group forms on campus

Kehinde Hopkins, Content Producer January 24, 2024

Texas Wesleyan’s new a capella group held its second meeting on Friday, Jan. 19 at the Science Lecture Theatre in the McFadden Science Center.   The group was formed two weeks ago following an interest...

The performance by Mooney is a one-man production of Romeo & Juliet performed in Martin Hall.

Theatre Wesleyan presents Tim Mooney’s “Breakneck Romeo & Juliet”

Carla Salazar, Content Producer January 23, 2024

On Jan. 24, actor, writer and director Tim Mooney will perform his one-man theater production “Breakneck Romeo & Juliet,” at 7:30 p.m. in Martin Hall.   Mooney’s one-man production will follow...

Characters Mayme, Esther and Mrs. Van Buren connect over Esther’s tale of her romance.  

Photo courtesy Theatre Wesleyan

Theatre Wesleyan’s Intimate Apparel considered one of 13 best things to do in Fort Worth this weekend

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief November 9, 2023

Theatre Wesleyan’s newest production Intimate Apparel,  written by Lynn Nottage, will begin showing Nov. 9 through Nov. 18 at Thad Smotherman Theatre. According to a Culture Map article by Alex...

The art is inspired by Rolando Palacios experiences growing up and the sense of nostalgia he felt when visiting this community in Detroit.

Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery showcases ‘Una Vida Linda’

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief October 19, 2023

A new exhibition has come to the Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery located at 1415 E. Vaughn Street near campus. ‘Una Vida Linda’ an installation by Rolando Palacio will be showing from Oct. 16 to...

Mercedes Kuhn, Ian Kooistra and Ethan Brandt act in The Death of Seneca by Jonathon Burt. 

Photo Credit: Chase Di Iulio & Pella Le Fever/Theatre Wesleyan

Theatre Wesleyan opens the season with premiere of original productions

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief September 28, 2023

Theatre Wesleyan’s Playmarket: Premiere Productions of Original Plays will be showing at Thad Smotherman Theatre from Sept. 28 to Oct 1.   This showcase of original works features four plays...

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