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GSC Theatre Presents ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ September 18th-20th

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 5, 2013
Contact: Annette Barnette
Public Relations & Marketing Director
Glenville State College
Glenville, West Virginia
(304) 462-6391

GLENVILLE, WV – Rehearsals are underway for the Glenville State College Theatre production ‘Moon over Buffalo’. The play will run Wednesday, September 18th through Friday, September 20th at 7:00 p.m. each night in the GSC Administration Building Presidents Auditorium.

“’Moon Over Buffalo’ is an amazing farce. It tells the story of a theatre company performing the right plays the wrong way. They have great ideas but no cash to make them come to life. The play is physical, energetic, and wildly funny,” says GSC Professor of Communications and Theatre Director Dennis Wemm.

The ensemble cast of ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ includes GSC sophomore math education (5-adult) major Robert Hensley from Dundalk, Maryland as George Hay; theatre volunteer Erica Butler from Weston (Lewis County), West Virginia as Charlotte Hay; GSC Dining Services Accounting Assistant and GSC graduate (’83) Lois Miller who resides in Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia as Ethel; GSC senior psychology/sociology major Rose Johnson from Westover (Monongalia County), West Virginia as Rosalind Hay; GSC freshman chemistry major Kyle McDougal from Sissonville (Kanawha County), West Virginia as Howard; GSC freshman English education (5-adult) major Mary Lewis from Harpers Ferry (Jefferson County), West Virginia as Eileen; GSC freshman social studies education (5-adult) major Andy Dunlap from Jane Lew (Lewis County), West Virginia as Richard; Sebastian Morris of Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia playing Paul and is a theatre volunteer as well as the son of GSC Assistant Professor of Biology and Science and Mathematics Department Chair Dr. Gary Morris; GSC senior math education (5-adult) major Samantha Wolford from Buckannon (Upshur County), West Virginia who is the show’s stage manager; and GSC freshman general studies major Autumn Barnett from Richwood (Nicholas County), West Virginia who is the show’s assistant stage manager.

Wemm says the play may not be suitable for children due to some adult situations.  General admission is $3.00, and GSC students with IDs get in for free. For more information, contact Wemm at or call (304) 462-6323.

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