Madison Loud Contributing Writer On September 3, student actors evoked both silent contemplation and boisterous laughter from their audience through stories crafted by student playwrights, transported
Grace TruettStaff Writer It’s the end of the first week of classes and Stirlings is bustling, the indoor area once again open to the public.
Frances Marion Givhan Image courtesy of Mary Morrison The amount of energy and intensity that the cast of All’s Well That Ends Well brings to
by Page Forrest Junior Editor Many of us were ready to get out of high school as fast as possible. College is a different story.
by Anna Nayfa Staff Writer Photos by Gabby Valentine Theatre Sewanee presented its first production of the year, Side by Side by Sondheim: a collection
by David Provost Staff Writer On Wednesday, October 22, 2014, Sewanee’s Tennessee Williams Center was ecstatic to welcome acclaimed actress, Cherry Jones. Jones sat down
By Emily Daniel Staff Writer Chances are, if you have never heard of Stephen Sondheim, you have at least heard of his music. As the
by Pagie Wilson Executive Staff February 26 marked the opening of Theatre Sewanee’s production of The Tempest, directed by David Landon. The show, an adaptation
by Pagie Wilson Executive Staff On April 23, Theatre Sewanee’s last production of the academic year will open. This production will be different from the
by Alyson Plasterer On Tuesday, September 18, the Tennessee Williams Center held a reading of Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder’s newest work: A Requiem for August Moon.