Legacies series brings musical theatre professionals to Wright State students

When it comes to the craft of theater, not everything can be learned in a classroom. There’s a long history of theater professionals sharing their knowledge with younger generations. At Wright State University, the Musical Theatre Initiative continues that tradition through its Legacies Series.

Last fall, the Legacy Series brought set and costume designer Tony Walton as a guest artist. He’s worked on Broadway and in Hollywood, winning three Tony Awards, an Oscar, and an Emmy.  Community Voices producer Debra Oswald tells the story of Tony Walton’s visit to Wright State.

Listen to the report from WYSO Public Radio.

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