JANE EYRE at Wesleyan
Jane Eyre Leaving: Jane Eyre (Taylor Pugh) packs up her things to leave Thornfield Hall in the W.Va. Wesleyan College production of Jane Eyre by Willis Hall, directed by Gregory Mach.

Jane Eyre production begins at Wesleyan tonight, runs through Sunday

Join the Wesleyan theatre department for an evening of epic romance and adventure as we follow orphan Jane Eyre in her journey to adulthood and her search for a life without the limits put on her gender by society. Timely and touching, this play is a feast for the eyes and the soul, based on the best-selling 1847 feminist novel by Charlotte Bronte that has thrilled readers and audiences for two centuries.

JANE EYRE by Willis Hall
Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 21-23, at 8 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. All performances in the Performing Arts Center at W.Va. Wesleyan College.

Tickets are available at the door: $10 general/$8 seniors and students/$5 WVWC ID.

Note that the matinee was moved from Saturday to Sunday at 2 p.m., due to Orange and Black Day at the college.



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