A photojournalist returning from war-torn Iraq deals with the images her mind cannot erase and the personal, marital and moral choices that define her life in the Eastern Mennonite University ... read more about Play explores relationships, social issues, through lens of photojournalist injured in Iraq war
Two weeks before his senior thesis project due date, Eastern Mennonite University senior theater and writing studies major Michael Bodner decided on a path he’d never tread: He wanted to ... read more about Student writes unflinching play, now staged, about 17-year-old dying of cancer
Sex trade and human trafficking take center stage as the theater department at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) presents Silenced Auction, featuring the play “27 Million Voices.” Written and directed by ... read more about Human Trafficking, Sex Trade Take Center Stage in EMU Theater Production
A performance that revolves around “unanswered problems of a man’s relationship to God in an era of cruel injustices,” J.B., will grace the Lee E. Eshleman Studio Theater as part ... read more about Theater Goes Biblical with J.B.
Theater at EMU is staging “Stop Kiss” as its first play in the new Lee E. Eshleman Studio Theater in the University Commons. Performances of “Stop Kiss,” by Diana Son, ... read more about EMU Play Opens in New Lee Eshleman Studio Theater