The following is a press release from Hailey Hogan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cullowhee, NC | It’s a classic battle, good vs. evil. Come see the WCU’s School of Stage & Screen’s production of “Jekyll & Hyde” on stage at the WCU Bardo Arts Center. Stage and Screen alum Cory Phelps directs this mesmerizing musical.
When Cory was asked to share how he felt coming back to his alma mater, this is what he said: “To come back and sit in the same seat, rehearse in the same rooms, and coach students who are being taught by some of the most influential teachers of my theatrical beginnings is single-handedly one of the most profound and surreal experiences of my artistic life. I am touched and honored to be back at WCU. These students are fiercely talented, this story is epic, the music is grand, and we are creating a piece of theatre that will stir the hearts and minds of the viewers….” Buy your tickets today and discover what motivates Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to be good or evil.
The performance dates are as follows: April 20 – April 22 at 7:30 p.m. and April 23 at 3:00 p.m. Student tickets are available for purchase at $10, adults at $20, and Seniors (65+) at $15. More information and tickets can be found through the Bardo Arts Center box office by visiting arts.wcu.edu/tickets, or you can purchase tickets by calling the box office by calling 828-227-ARTS.