Fine Arts Performances for Apeiron 2013, Friday, April 19 | Three plays written by students: ADMIT IT by Elise Barnett @ 11:00am | LONE WOLF by Tess Wilson @ 11:20am & BLUE by Ashley M. Vaughan @ 11:40. The readings will be held in Carole Chapel here on campus.click here for more about Apeiron and a PDF of the program
Washburn Characters Class Presents: Willie Williams as Art Fletcher | Jeremy McMannis as Addison P. Davis | Elise Barnett as Jo Ann Klemmer | Ashley Dill as Billie Jean Moore | Katy Davis as Jean Menninger | Nicholas Snider as Arthur Champeny | Colin Shaw as Harry Allen | Nick Taylor as Peter McVicar | Thurs, May 2 @ 1:00 – Room 32 Garvey
14 Oct 2013
Professor Eady is an American poet, professor at M.U., Columbia, MO., and with Tio Derricotte, founded the Cave Canem Foundation, a non-profit organization for black poets. Eady's class studied the script from Weiner's 2013 production of Missing You, Metropolis along with the volume of poems by Gary Jackson from which the play was adapted. Gary is an Assistant Professor at the College of Charleston in South Carolina.
Dr. Sharon Sullivan, Associate Professor, Washburn University Theater
Dr. Sharon Sullivan (top row, third from right) is a local jewelry artist, costume designer, university professor, theatre director, event organizer, women's prison writing group faciliator and all-around fabulous lady. As an advocate for social justice, human trafficking, ending violence against women and children, incarcerated women and the LGBTQ community, she has turned her passion into activism. She is an incredible female leader, an amazing mentor and teacher and imparts a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Washburn University Associate Professor, Theatre, Penny Weiner
Penny Weiner, a playwright with 39 years of experience, talks to students about her experience Oct. 12th, 2012, in Plumb Hall. While teaching, Weiner got the idea to make a play out of an E. E. Cummings poem, which led her to a graduate program for playwriting. Weiner was brought to Emporia State as part of the English department’s Visiting Writers Series.
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