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EMU Celebrates Life and Work of Lee Eshleman, Names New Studio Theater in His Honor

EMU celebrates the life and work of Lee E. Eshleman, 1963-2007, by naming the new University Commons studio theater in his honor. A small gallery at the theater entrance will showcase some of Lee’s art work and photos of him on stage. Lee was the last student to graduate with a degree from EMU’s ...More

Studio Theater Named in Honor of Lee E. Eshleman

EMU celebrates the life and work of Lee E. Eshleman, 1963-2007, by naming the University Commons studio theater in his honor. A small gallery at the theater entrance will showcase some of Lee’s art work and photos of him on stage. Read more… ...More

Laughter and Tears: Remembering Lee Eshleman

“My heart is achin’, for you, Mr. Lee, My heart is achin’, for you, Mr. Lee, He’s the handsomest sweetie That you’ll ever see . . . “ Often, upon encountering Lee Eshleman, I would bop up to him singing lines from the Bobbettes’ 1957 musical ditty, “Mr. Lee.” For a long time, he didn’t belie ...More

Eshleman Leaves Legacy of Profound Laughter

Related Links: Lee Eshleman tribute page | Ted & Lee TheaterWorks | Laughter and Tears: Remembering Lee Eshleman ...More

A Tribute to Lee Eshleman

The EMU community grieves the untimely death of Lee Eshleman, a 1986 EMU graduate, on May 17. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Reagan, children, parents, extended family, and the many friends impacted by this tragic loss. Click here to send condolences or share memories of Lee Eshleman ...More

Folk Festival Explores Breadth of Mennonite Roots

Acoustic music festival "Mennofolk" will make its debut in Harrisonburg Nov. 4-6, bringing visual artists, musicians and fans together from across ...More

Seminary Conference to Highlight ‘Transformed Congregations’

“Dwelling in God ...More