June 11-24, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 11
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Reunions Weekend 2004
Gilliam’s sense of place
Pay raises
Digest
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Outstanding employees
Years of service
Doctor remembers Ronald Reagan
Klarman: WWII, not Brown, catalyst for Civil Rights Movement
Learning abroad: Becoming citizens of the world
Heritage Repertory Theatre now in 30th season
Reality TV wants you: Get political with Larry Sabato
Holidays for 2004
Attic find sheds light on life of WWI nurse
Heritage Repertory Theatre now in its 30th season

The Heritage Repertory Theatre announces its 2004 summer season of six plays.

Performances of “The Syringa Tree” begin June 22 in the Helms Theatre; “Ragtime” opens June 24; “Driving Miss Daisy,” July 9; “True West,” July 15; “Five Guys Named Moe,” July 22; and “Snoopy,” July 24, also showing in the Helms. The other plays will be staged in Culbreth Theatre.

Since 1974, the Heritage Repertory Theatre has been in residence during the summer months as the University’s professional repertory theatre.

Tickets go on sale June 7. For information, call the box office at 924-3376.


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