Western Carolina University’s musical theatre program will hold a weeklong summer camp for high school and college students ages 16 to 22 who are interested in learning the art and craft of musical theatre performance.
Students and faculty members from the costume shop at Western Carolina University have been preparing all semester for the production “The Music Man,” set to open Thursday, Feb. 22, with the most costumes they have ever had to make for a single show.
Patrons of music and drama will have an opportunity to help fund musical theater scholarships and meet Broadway legend Terrence Mann following Western Carolina University’s opening night performance of “The Music Man” on Thursday Feb. 22.
Western Carolina University’s department of communication, theatre and dance will present the Tony Award-winning musical “The Music Man” by Meredith Willson, a production being directed by WCU’s own Broadway star and legend, Terrence Mann.
Western Carolina University's musical theatre program will present “A Grand Night for Singing,” a celebration of the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, in the studio theater of WCU's Fine and Performing Arts Center Thursday, Oct. 12, through Sunday, Oct. 15.
Western Carolina University is ready to shine the spotlight on its 2005-06 theatre season as the University Players present the rollicking comedy “The Complete History of America (abridged),” the uplifting musical “Godspell,” William Shakespeare's romantic tale “The Tempest” and the beloved Rogers and Hammerstein classic “Oklahoma!”
Dennis C. Jackson, long-time director of the critically acclaimed lyric theatre program at the University of Colorado, is the first Carolyn Plemmons Phillips and Ben R. Phillips Distinguished Professor in Musical Theatre at Western Carolina University.