UW-Green Bay learned today of the passing of Nancy (Gochnauer) Stiles, a long-time supporter and advocate of UW-Green Bay, particularly the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts and the UW-Green Bay Theatre program. Nancy and her late husband Stuart became active in the Founders Association in the 1970s. Nancy was a committed and enthusiastic supporter […]
In writing and directing “The Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway,” visiting artist Peter Ullian is celebrating his collaboration with UW-Green Bay students and faculty on finishing a script he had started previously. “The student actors were essential to the development of the play,” Ullian says, adding that he wanted to write a play with characters […]
“The Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway,” a newly created play by New York playwright Peter Ullian, will enjoy its premiere performance Friday night, April 24, at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The five-show run also includes performances Saturday, April 25, and Thursday through Saturday, April 30-May 2. Curtain time is 7:30 each night in the […]
As of Tuesday morning, over 30 percent of eligible employees on campus had made a gift to the 2010-11 Faculty and Staff Campaign. While that figure surpasses the total from two years ago, it’s still short of the 62 percent reached last year and way short of the goal of 67 percent this year. To […]
Longtime UW-Green Bay friend and advocate Bernard O. Killoran passed away this weekend. For the past 25 years, Bernie, along with his wife Sally, were passionate supporters of the Founders Association, Phoenix Fund, Theatre First Nighters, Weidner Center and the Phuture Phoenix program.
Group Leader Jeff Entwistle and Seasoned Intrepid Guides Donna Entwistle and Linda Parins (are those really their official titles) are leading 37 others to New York City for the “UWGB meets NYC Intensive Theatre Trip.” As usual, Prof. Entwistle has two dozen students on the trip but this year there are also a number of […]