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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...

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...

Student Ethan Brandt directs a play for Theatre Wesleyan.

Student directs play “The Cripple of Inishmaan”

Chiara Watson, Editor-in-chief February 20, 2023

The Cripple of Inishmaan is the latest production to be held by Theatre Wesleyan. Following the opening night on Thursday February 16, the show will run through February 26.   Written by playwright...

Theatre Wesleyan presents “Wonder of the World.”

Theatre Wesleyan presents “Wonder of the World”

Chiara Watson, Content Producer November 11, 2022

Theatre Wesleyan is hosting a production of “Wonder of the World” by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. Opening night was November 10 and the show will continue through November 19.   This story...

Panelists included Honorable Glenn Lewis, chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Joe Brown, professor of Theatre Wesleyan, D. Wambui Richardson, artistic director of the Jubilee Theatre and visiting Theatre Wesleyan professor, and Carlyle Brown, who attended via video call.

Theatre Wesleyan’s “Down to Mississippi” will not be performed after students speak out over language

Veida Dima, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2022

After a one hour and thirty-minute open listening session Thursday, Theatre Wesleyan students and faculty have decided to not perform their production of “Down in Mississippi” at Texas Wesleyan...

Down in Mississippi is a play written by Carlyle Brown. Courtesy Theatre Wesleyan.

Theatre Wesleyan puts on the play “Down in Mississippi”

Chiara Watson, Content Producer September 28, 2022

From September 29 to October 9 Theatre Wesleyan will be performing “Down in Mississippi.” Originally written by Carlyle Brown, this performance is directed by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre...

Professor Joe Brown sits in his office surrounded by his trinkets and memorabilia that make him feel more at home.

Pro Joe staple in the Wesleyan community

Chiara Watson, Content Producer April 26, 2022

The colors of Africa, the sights of Asia, the history of Europe, all the trinkets, paintings and collectables that adorn the walls and shelves of the office greet you, bright and welcoming. An enthusiastic...

The cast of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

Theatre Wesleyan hosts 67th Spring Musical

Chiara Watson, Content Producer April 21, 2022

  Theatre Wesleyan’s 67th spring musical will take place from April 21 to 24. This rendition of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is directed by Jeanne Everton with musical direction...

Garza accidentally and fortunately finds passing in theatre

May 20, 2021

Lauren Garza, a graduating senior, will be receiving a degree in theatre – specifically in Technical Theatre and Theatre Design and Technology. Despite her passion and dedication for theatre now,...

Laws moves to the next stage

Laws moves to the next stage

May 20, 2021

Photo courtesy of Joseph Laws Joseph Laws was once a student who attended Tarrant County College with an Associates. He had considered transferring into Texas Wesleyan but was not sure if it was...

Bibliophilia, the musical debuts at Texas Wesleyan

March 11, 2021

“The cast of ‘Bibliophilia, Or The Orature Festival’ performing the opening number” (Sanchez)  Bibliophlia or The Orature Festival is a musical show created by four seniors in the theatre...

According to Jonathan Burt, in this scene, Dr. Astrov thanks Sonya and Marina for their company as he prepares to depart the estate. Vanya, troubled, looks down at the great amount of work that he has neglected.

Theatre Wesleyan Gears Up for Their Latest Production “Uncle Vanya”

Angela Castillo February 14, 2021

UPDATED: Fri. Feb. 19. 4:51 p.m. "Uncle Vanya" will not be shown this weekend because of weather issues. It will be shown at a later date. Theatre Wesleyan is starting to gear up for their first...

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