Ashley Morgan, former study abroad student at Aichi Shukutoku University, presents this program about Japan.
Kendall Dunkelberg will read from his new collection of poems, Barrier Island Suite: Poems inspired by the life and art of Walter Inglis Anderson and sign books. See full news article.
Come get the 2016 edition of The Dilettanti, The W's student literary magazine. There will be a reception and readings from the magazine.
Summer Holder, Mezzo
Jaycee Hopkins, Mezzo
Dalton Nail, Tenor
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to perform onstage? Or maybe your interests lie backstage: building and painting scenery, working on costumes, makeup or lights. Wherever your interests lie, come see what exciting productions the theatre department is doing this year. Our general interest meeting takes place on Wednesday, August 26th at 3:30 PPM, upstairs at Cromwell 238 (Second Stage). This meeting is open to all interested students. It is a mandatory meeting for all majors and minors.
Free & Open to the Public.
Free & Open to the public
A week of events celebrating Pullitzer Prize winning playwright and Columbus native Tennessee Williams.
Performances of "Suddenly Last Summer" by Tennessee Williams on the stage of the Rent Auditorium in the Whitfield Hall of the Mississippi University for Women (The W). The movie starred Elizabeth Taylor and Katharine Hepburn. The play will be performed by a regional ensemble, as well as Brenda Currin, an Equity actress from New York City, and will be directed by Augustin J. Correro, a graduate of MUW, and recipient of an M.F.A. in Theatre Performance Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has directed a number of productions in New Orleans, New York, Atlanta, and Provincetown, Mass.
Tickets required in advance or at the door. MUW faculty & students FREE with ID.
General Admission: $15Senior & Military: $10Regional Students & Teachers: $5MUW Students & Faculty: Free with ID
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