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Women and Wallace

By: Lauren Sincerney

The Hardin-Simmons University Theatre Department is hosting a student directed play called Women and Wallace.

It was written by Jonathan Marc Sherman and is directed by Danielle Broyles, . The show follows a young man named Wallace as he faces a brave new world of women while also dealing with the unexpected loss of his mother. Throughout the show, Wallace shows off his dark sense of humor while he deals with these many challenges. It

follows a story of a young man's coming of age while also dealing with trauma and depression.

Because the play touches on some of the darker aspects of life, it is recommended for ages 13 and older.

Women and Wallace will take place in the Van Ellis Theatre on Nov. 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. and on Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. For all HSU faculty, staff and students the show is free. For Military, seniors, and students, it is $5, and for general admission it is $10. Guests can buy tickets online or at the door. The link to the tickets is

Many theater students are playing a part in putting this show together. There are not only students working as actors, but also many students working in other roles as well. The director, stage crew, tech crew, costume designs and many more roles are played by the students at HSU.

Women and Wallace tells a really fantastic story,” Colton Bosang said, a sophomore musical theater major. “It has some strong themes and messages throughout the play. I think it’s important that people see this because it’s a very powerful show.” Bosang also plays Wallace in the show.

If you think this show might be a fit for you, then go support the HSU Theatre Department by going to one (or more) of the show times. There are also many more shows in the works, so if you think Women and Wallace is not for you, then wait and check out some of the other amazing shows that the students will be putting on in the future.


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