Warren Wilson Theatre presents The 39 Steps
Warren Wilson Theatre is proud to break into its spring season with a fast-paced spy comedy The 39 Steps. The show runs Feb. 9-12 in Kittredge Theater. An adventurous and hilarious thriller, The 39 Steps started as a World War 1 espionage novel by Scottish author John Buchan, then became Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1935 thriller before finally being adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow. From thriller to comedy, The 39 Steps encompasses many different elements and keeps the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats. The play is known to make fun of its own story and challenges the actors to quickly adapt to different scenes and keep up with their roles. The Warren Wilson Theatre invites you to a show that has both Buchan’s sense of adventure and Hitchcock’s hilarity, with fast-paced sequences, mind racing riddles, and character surprises that will leave audience members giggling and applauding. Call the theatre box office at 828-771-3040 to make reservations and email Valorie Nichols with any questions.
Owl & Spade Alumni Notes
Send in your alumni notes for the Spring 2012 issue of Owl & Spade. Take a few minutes to let us know what’s going on in your life. Indicate dates and places of events so that we get the facts straight. If you have a picture to accompany the note, please send it along. Email your news and photographs to email@example.com, including your name, class year, email address and phone number.
Weekend@Wilson 2012: Learn, Laugh, Live
Weekend@Wilson 2012 will be held June 22-24. Alumni and families are invited to campus for a weekend full of workshops, toe-tappin’ music, tasty food and more. If you’re interested in sharing your talents by teaching a workshop, email Ally Wilson. Visit Weekend@Wilson online.
ELC Internship Portfolio
Since 1996, hundreds of WWC students have taken advantage of internship opportunities through the College’s Environmental Leadership Center (ELC). Through these experiences, students emerge inspired and equipped to fill emerging roles in environmental, social, non-profit and for-profit fields. Take a look at the ELC internships from 2011.
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Former soccer coach Hank Steinbrecher honored with 2012 Werner Fricker Award
"Of Evanescence," by Debra Allbery, MFA director
Debra Kiliru awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Beloved Community Award
Inside Warren Wilson College
The Green Calendar
Owl & Spade
Catalyst – environmental news
Physics Photo of the Week
The Story Behind
WWC Emergency Information Line