Wofford students Evan Kraus and Jeff Ashworth perform in "Environments: Oh, the Places You'll Go," the culmination of their Interim course. Performances are scheduled for Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 6-8, at 8 p.m. in Tony White Theatre. Call 597-4080 for reservations.
(Spartanburg Herald-Journal, by Kim Atchley)
SPARTANBURG, SC—On a simple stage with simple sets, props and costumes, 17 Wofford students have explored the world of environments.
They will share their discoveries with the public Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 6-8, as they present “Environments: Oh, The Places You’ll Go,” the revue-style program that combines music, poetry and prose in a dramatic look at the places people live or would love to live, and some they would love to loathe. The performances will be at 8 p.m. in the Tony White Theatre in the Campus Life Building. Cost is $6 general admission and $3 for non-Wofford students. For reservations, call 597-4080. (Portions of the performance may not be suitable for children.)
Combining their talents and interests, students have developed a well-rounded, thought-provoking program. Heavy concepts from works such as “Prince of Tides” and “Silent Spring” are mixed with comic relief pieces like “Headless Town” and “Faculty Lounge.”
The revue closes with a spoken excerpt of Allan Jackson’s musical hit, “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) which moves into a look at “In My Life,” adapted from the popular Beatles song.
For more about the performance, go to the Spartanburg Herald-Journal’s Web site at http://www.goupstate.com/docs/Escape/arts/4800.asp.