The Steel Wheels are cruising into Eastern Mennonite University from a Northeast tour on Saturday, March 29, just in time for a cause close to their hearts. A few years ago, songwriter and lead singer Trent Wagler ’02 wrote “Lay Down Lay Low,” based on the true story of a friend who contemplated suicide but did not go through with it. That song ...More
“Shekinah,” a 10-member women’s a cappella ensemble, will present “Clear Blue Morning,” featuring guest artist Trent Wagler on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m., in Muhlenberg Lutheran Church. The concert is free; a free-will offering will be taken to support the Second Home Childcare Center.
The program will feature a variety of different musical styles, including f ...More
Ted & Company TheaterWorks and the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University will present “I’d Like to Buy an Enemy,” 7:30 p.m. Monday, Mar. 22 in Lehman Auditorium at EMU.
Ted Swartz (l.) and Trent Wagler in a scene ...More
Ted Swartz (l.) as Mike and Trent Wagler as Jeff try to discern what to do with a tired radio program they inherited in “WWLD: What Would Lloyd Do?” a new musical comedy that premieres at EMU homecoming, Oct. 10-11. Photo by Jon Styer
For those who’ve asked, ...More
A symposium on Amish forgiveness and a new theater work by Ted and Trent will highlight homecoming and parents weekend, Oct. 10-12, 2008.
"WWLD: What Would Lloyd Do?", is a musical comedy written by and starring Ted Swartz ’89 and Trent Wagler ’02, and directed by Ingrid De Sanctis ’88). The play, with guest artist Jay Lapp ...More
Howard Zehr, co-director of EMU’s Conflict Transformation Program and author of the book upon which the play, “A Body in Mo ...More