Arts Scene

Wright State Theatre presents Tom Stoppard’s romantic masterpiece ‘Arcadia’ in the Playhouse Theatre

Wright State Theatre’s production of Tom Stoppard’s romantic masterpiece “Arcadia” runs from Feb. 3 to 12 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Wright State students premiere documentary films at annual Doc Night

Doc Night featured 11 documentaries created by 12 motion picture students on topics ranging from local businesses to family to filmmaking, itself. Continue reading

Wright State graduate’s book empowers and educates kids about wearing eyeglasses

Wright State English graduate Kristin B. Gyimah was inspired to write “Teddy Gets Glasses” by one of her children. Continue reading

2023 Alumni Achievement Awards celebrate distinguished Wright State community members

The Wright State Alumni Association honored Alumni Achievement Awards recipients Aurea Rivera ’82, Mark Espy ’81, Christina Knowles ’14, ’16, Stephen Hampton ’80 and Virginia Krause Hess. Continue reading

Wright State violin professor, conductor In-Hong Cha gains notice on international stage

In-Hong Cha, professor of applied violin at Wright State, received South Korea’s highest annual recognition for classical musicians and was guest conductor at a concert celebrating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between South Korea and Ecuador. Continue reading

Wright State musical theatre, music students to join Dayton Philharmonic for ‘Evening of Sondheim’

“An Evening of Sondheim” will feature junior and senior musical theatre majors and a combined School of Fine and Performing Arts Chorale of more than 100 voices. Continue reading

Marching toward a dream

Percussion performance major Phil Andrews realized a lifelong dream when he was accepted into the Army Old Guard Drum and Fife Corps. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre to present bluegrass musical ‘Bright Star’ in Herbst Theatre

Wright State Theatre will present the bluegrass musical “Bright Star” on Nov. 18–20 and Dec. 2–4. Continue reading

A touch of Philly comes to Wright State

Pam Lavarnway, professor of theatre design and technology, oversaw the transformation of the Festival Playhouse stage into Philadelphia for Wright State Theatre’s production of “Sister Act.” Continue reading

Sisterhood takes center stage in Wright State Theatre’s ‘Sister Act’

Wright State Theatre’s production of “Sister Act” runs in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center from Nov. 4 to 20. Continue reading