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This photo from the Spring, 1973 production of, A Midsummer Night's Dream, shows Dr. David Clayton, left, as Oberon, Jackie Wood back, as Puck, and Jo-Anna Smelser, right, as Titania.

Virginia Wesleyan College players present, Little Mary Sunshine, by Rick Besoyan on March 26-30, 1974. The production was directed by Professor Bentley Anderson (drama) and Dr. R. David Clayton (music). Players Eileen Dorsey, Rick Higgins, Betty…

Photographs from the Virginia Wesleyan College Department of Theater - Communications presentation of Brecht's, The Caucasian chalk circle. The production ran from November 12-15, 1973.

Photographs from the Virginia Wesleyan College production, Blood wedding, by Federico Garcia Lorca. Blood wedding was presented by the players on November 14-18, 1972 and directed by Rick Hite.

A scene from the March 1972 production, A midsummer night's dream, presented by the Players of Virginia Wesleyan College and directed by Bentley B. Anderson.

Virginia Wesleyan College production, Oh, what a lovely war, was presented November 16-21, 1970 under the direction of Rick Hite. Tina Brudzinski and Bruce Snyder, who are featured prominently in these photographs, starred in this production.

Sharon Hankins and Tom Selover rehearse for the upcoming production of Electra (Elektra), performed by the Virginia Wesleyan College players, March 11-14, 1970. The production was directed by Rick Hite.

Julia Lucasti and Philip Guzelf perform in Virginia Wesleyan College's Player production of Goldoni's, The Servant of Two Masters. The production was directed by Rick Hite, assistant professor of drama at Virginia Wesleyan College.

An outdoor flea market, which was introduced by the Women of Wesleyan as a fundraising initiative for Virginia Wesleyan College. The Twin Drive-In Theatre is the likely location of the flea market in this photograph. and was used through the 1970s.…

Two young women point a driver toward an unspecified direction at the 1972 Women of Wesleyan Flea Market.

The Botanical Garden Society stand at the October 1972 Women of Wesleyan Flea Market. The WOW Flea Market served as a fundraising initiative for the institution.

An unidentified woman holding a plant and smiling at a child at the Women of Wesleyan Flea Market in October 1972.

Mrs. Thelma Brennan and Mrs. Wayne present President Lambuth Clarke with what is believed to be a check from the 1972 Women of Wesleyan Flea Market. The flea market served as a fundraising initiative for the college.

Women of Wesleyan seated, some with cups in hand, as a speaker, likely Virginia Wesleyan President Lambuth M. Clarke, gives an address.

Two Women of Wesleyan officers working on the stall map for the WOW Flea Market.

Women examine containers and items on the table. The photograph may have been related to the Women of Wesleyan Flea Market.

A woman, likely a member of the Women of Wesleyan (WOW), and two volunteers, likely Virginia Wesleyan College students, engaging in a discussion during the WOW flea market preparations.

In the company of two Women of Wesleyan members, President Clarke shovels soil on a newly planted tree on the Virginia Wesleyan campus.

Standing in front of a campus drawing, President Clarke speaks to two women holding teacups at one of the early fundraising coffees.

Women of Wesleyan officer ,Thelma Brennan (right), looks down at a notebook in a discussion with another woman whose identity unknown.
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