The Kentucky Wesleyan College Theatre Program will present “The Heidi Chronicles” on Nov. 9 – 12, 2017, in the Hager Performance Hall at the Ralph Arts Center at S. Griffith Ave. and College Drive on campus.

The performances are:

  • 7:30 p.m. on the 9th, 10th and 11th and
  • 2 p.m. on the 12th

The play, written by Wendy Wasserstein, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1989. It follows Heidi Holland as she navigates what it means to be a women through the 1960s, 70s and 80s. The forces of career, love, motherhood and ambition pull against her. What is fair? Does a woman need a man? Are there any men worth having? What is worth the sacrifice? The play contains mature language.

“The Heidi Chronicles” is directed by Nate Gross, assistant professor of theatre at Wesleyan. He earned a master of fine arts from the University of Arizona and a bachelor of arts from California State University at Northridge.

The cast includes:

  • Ann Allen                                            Campbellsville, Ky.
  • Clarissa Certeza                                Las Vegas
  • Cody Cravens                                    Owensboro
  • Megan Flanagan                               Las Vegas
  • Emily Jentzsch                                   Las Vegas
  • Lauren Jackley                                   Lewisport, Ky.
  • Jordan Key                                         Owensboro
  • Chloe Lubag                                       Las Vegas
  • Rachael Miller                                   Westfield, Ill.
  • Kaylee O’Donnell                              Las Vegas
  • Will Schaefer                                     Belleville, Ill.

The crew includes:

  • Tehnajaray Duke                               Lexington, Ky.
  • Russell Parker                                    Las Vegas
  • Madison Weber                                Owensboro
  • Apple Willoughby                             DeMossville, Ky.
  • Mariah Wise                                      Owensboro
  • Casey Zoglmann                              Owensboro

Tickets are available at kwc.edu or at the door.

Students: $6

Faculty/Staff: $8

General Public: $10

Warning: contains strong language