Drama tells redemption story

Department of Theatre Arts presents a narrative of morality in ‘Everyman’ show The gospel was presented in a whole new way by the Department of Theatre Arts when its movement-conceived adaptation of “Everyman” opened in the Tower Theater Thursday, March 19. Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Chris Nelson, who directed the show, estimated that 98 percent of the show is […]

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Radio debut

Students create family friendly drama It is hard for Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Chris Nelson to contain his excitement as he talks about the theatre department’s latest project: a radio drama completely produced by Liberty University students. “It is a developmental work right now,” Nelson said. “We’re still deciding what it could be and what direction it can go […]

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London callback

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 the ensemble in the musical “Love Beyond” at the Wembley […]

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Acting off the stage

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 Liberty University, who starred in the film “As It Is […]

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