On Thursday, Oct. 6, the Stevens Center in downtown Winston-Salem will light up with the sights and sounds of the internationally acclaimed Cuban theatre troupe Teatro de la Luna in its premiere of “Delirio Habanero / Havana Delirium.”
Arts & Culture
The producer and director of photography on the Oscar-nominated documentary “Hoop Dreams” adds his expertise to the Documentary Film Program — teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses.
The Brothers Menaechmus, the first fall production of the Theatre Department, focuses on long-lost identical twin brothers who unknowingly inhabit the same town. Being cast to play a twin might seem difficult, but senior roommates Jake Meyers and Ryan McCarthy took the challenge in stride.
The opening exhibition at the Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery features works by three artists, including Assistant Professor of Art Joel Tauber who will focus on building the Wake Forest’s video art program.
Directed by Maya Angelou, a Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree, twelve students recently shared 44 poems in a dramatic performance at Brendle Recital Hall. The poems were selected as favorites from their summer course with Angelou. (includes video)
Steve Dixon (’82) and his wife have spent much of the last year telling the story of one family caught up in the U.S. immigration process. On Monday, he witnessed the reunion of the Wasilewski family, the subject of the documentary “Tony and Janina’s American Wedding.”
Last week, a group of local middle- and high-school students got the chance to learn how to be filmmakers, thanks to a documentary short “boot camp” run by seven graduate students from Wake Forest’s Documentary Film Program.
Over the summer, take a look back at some of the student accomplishments from the past school year, such as Suzanne Spicer’s work as the stage manager for the Theatre department’s production of “Grapes of Wrath.”
Under conductor Gerard Schwarz’s direction, organist Susan Bates and the Eastern Festival Orchestra will premiere Wake Forest composer-in-residence Dan Locklair’s “Concerto for Organ and Orchestra” on Wednesday, June 29.
From Wake Forest’s baseball coach donating his kidney to a player to the creation of an iPad app to assist children with verbal challenges to the discovery that beet juice is good for the brain, here are news highlights from this academic year.