London callback

THEATRICAL — Jamie Cloutier and Sarah Seaman participated in a Bible-based play, which debuted in England at the beginning of October. Photo credit: Chris  Gloag

Alumni spread gospel by acting in “Love Beyond” musical overseas For many theatrical performers, having the chance to perform on Broadway or in London is the opportunity of a lifetime. For two Liberty University alumni, Jamie Cloutier and Sarah Seaman, this dream came true, as they performed as part of …

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Acting off the stage

role — Chris Nelson played a main character in “As It Is In Heaven.” Photo provided

Theatre Professor Chris Nelson starred in a feature film over summer break It is often said how important it is to form connections with people in college and on the job, because they may prove useful later. Such is true for Chris Nelson, an assistant professor of theatre arts at …

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Students perform “Little Women”

While many were celebrating Valentine’s Day the night of Friday, Feb. 14, 21 Liberty University students transformed into Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March and several others for the opening of “Little Women” at the Tower Theater. While this is the first time “Little Women” has been performed in the …

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Thanksgiving season begins with laughter

comedy — Theater-goers embrace the comedy of differing personalities when an unexpected Christmas guest shows up at the door of an Ohio family in the latest play. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

The Department of Theatre Arts cast of 35 students presents ‘The Man Who Came to Dinner’ Nov. 8-22 “The Man Who Came To Dinner” opened Nov. 8 in the Tower Theater to an audience ready to laugh until their sides hurt. The cast and crew of more than 35 students, …

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Radio drama features Theatre Arts students

TALENT — “The Eye” will run on 88.3 FM Oct. 26 and Nov. 2. Photo credit: Breann Black

Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts is in the process of producing its second radio drama that will showcase the voices of Liberty students and professors. It will be aired on VictoryFM (88.3) Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. “The Eye,” written by Theatre Arts …

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