- Event Tickets
10/06/2017  
Friday
7:30 PM
  
T1701 - We Foxes(F)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

 Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/07/2017  
Saturday
7:30 PM
  
T1702 - We Foxes(S)(ASL)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/10/2017  
Tuesday
7:30 PM
  
T1703 - We Foxes(T)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/11/2017  
Wednesday
7:30 PM
  
T1704 - We Foxes(W)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/12/2017  
Thursday
7:30 PM
  
T1705 - We Foxes(Th.)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center
 

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/13/2017  
Friday
7:30 PM
  
T1706 - We Foxes(F)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/14/2017  
Saturday
2:00 PM
  
T1707 - We Foxes(S)(mat.)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


10/14/2017  
Saturday
7:30 PM
  
T1708 - We Foxes(S)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa-a tough, un-mannered orphan adopted by the sheriff's wife-and the bloody domestic war that ensues between them when Willa uncovers the secrets lurking beneath the floorboards. It is a story of intense human struggle, deliverance, and salvation that can only be found from within.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/10/2017  
Friday
7:30 PM
  
T1709 - Where Words Once Were(F)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/11/2017  
Saturday
7:30 PM
  
T1710 - Where Words Once Were(S)(ASL)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/14/2017  
Tuesday
7:30 PM
  
T1711 - Where Words Once Were(T)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/15/2017  
Wednesday
7:30 PM
  
T1712 - Where Words Once Were(W)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/16/2017  
Thursday
7:30 PM
  
T1713 - Where Words Once Were(Th)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/17/2017  
Friday
7:30 PM
  
T1714 - Where Words Once Were(F)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/18/2017  
Saturday
2:00 PM
  
T1715 - Where Words Once Were(S)Mat.
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


11/18/2017  
Saturday
7:30 PM
  
T1716 - Where Words Once Were(S)
Allred Theater, Val Browning Center

Where Words Once Were touches on the often-overlooked beauty and power of words. Words can be weapons of hate or messages of love. A single word can make all the difference in the world. Finnegan Kruckemeyer's play meant for children 9 and up and adults of all ages, introduces a world where only 1,000 words are allowed at any one time. Often old words like "beautiful" are replaced by calculated words such as "photosubmissionizaton". As the children of "The City" discover how this rule came into being and at what cost, they enter into a mystery that keeps the play moving forward in a most unusual and hopeful way.

Weber State University, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensures equal access to all university functions, activities, and programs for individuals with disabilities. American Sign Language Interpreters have been arranged for specific WSU Performing Arts productions. Please contact Christie Denniston, Director of Marketing and PR for Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities at cdenniston@weber.edu for more information regarding these specific performances, or to request any other accommodations in relation to a disability Accommodation requests should be made at least two weeks prior to any event.


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