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The Mildred Cox Gallery will display current
artwork of WWU faculty members through
Oct. 30. The exhibit will feature work by Paul
Clervi, Bob Elliott, Ken Greene, Terry Martin
and Jane Mudd, and will include sculpture,
ceramics, photography, jewelry and painting.
A special feature this
year is a premier viewing
of an independent flm
project, “Midnight Lyric,”
by the newest member of
the arts division faculty,
Jason Knowles.
Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4
p.m. Monday through Fri-
day and 1-4 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday. Admission to
the gallery is free. For more
information, call (573) 592-
4245.
The William Woods University Theatre Department will present
the off-Broadway musical “Zombie Prom” Oct. 8, 9, 14, 15, and 16
at 8 p.m. in Cutlip Auditorium.
“Zombie Prom” is set in the atomic 1950s at Enrico Fermi High,
where the law is laid down by a zany, tyrannical principal.
A pretty senior, Tof-
fee (played by Rachel
Petricka of Las Vegas,
Nev.), has fallen for the
class bad boy, Jonny
(played by Drew Arnett
of St. Louis, Mo.). Fam-
ily pressure forces her
to end the romance,
and he charges off on
his motorcycle to the
nuclear waste dump.
Jonny returns glow-
ing and determined to
reclaim Toffee’s heart.
He still wants to gradu-
ate, but most of all he
wants to take Toffee to
the prom. The principal
(played by Ashleigh
Emmons of Bothell,
Wash.) orders him to drop dead, while a scandal reporter seizes
on him as the freak du jour.
“Zombie Prom” is directed by Joe Potter, artistic director of the-
atre and assistant professor of performing arts. Serving as music
director is Rebecca Talbert, adjunct music instructor. Adrienne
Branson, adjunct dance instructor and WWU alumna, will be the
choreographer. Jane Friedman, who is in her 16th year as WWU’s
costumer, will design the costumes.
For tickets, call the box offce at (573) 592-4267. Ticket prices are
$12 for adults, students, and faculty; $9 for senior citizens (62
and up); and $5 for children between the ages of 6 and 12. No
children under 6 are allowed.
Zombie Prom
Faculty Art
Show Opens
photo by Lincoln Purvis
"Orange & Blue" by Jane Mudd
Digital art by Bob Elliott
"The Canoe" by Terry Martin
Raku pot by Paul Clervi
by Jason Rose