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 Pagie Wilson Executive Staff On November 8, Theatre Sewanee premiered its fall production, Ring Round the Moon, written by Jean Anouilh and adapted by
by Emmy Walters On Saturday, September 28, Sewanee’s senior theater majors presented “Abbo’s Alley Anecdotes”: a theatrical collage of historical anecdotes in and about Sewanee’s
by Chris Murphree The crisp air of a Sewanee Sunday. The pleasant aroma of popcorn. The sounds of light jazz music. Such was the scene
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.
by Pagie Wilson In tandem with the Sewanee Performing Arts Series and Theatre Sewanee, Monica Bill Barnes & Company performed at the Tennessee Williams Center