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Thomas Nelson Community College’s (TNCC) Department of Performing Arts will present “Frankenstein – A Radio Drama” June 23-26 in the Dr. Mary T. Christian Auditorium on the Hampton campus. The production is open to the public with Thursday through Saturday performances at 8 p.m., and a 3 p.m. show on Sunday.
“Frankenstein – A Radio Drama” is Phillip Grecian’s adaptation of Mary Wollstencraft Shelley’s novel. Actors will entertain audiences with the familiar horror tale of Frankenstein, a deranged beast created from corpses stolen from a graveyard. When the creature sets out to harm others, chaos ensues and every human is in danger, including Frankenstein’s creator.
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|Dr. Charles A. Taylor and Cyndie Callaway, VP for Institutional Advancement interviewed with Star 94.1 radio to promote the College’s new Southeast Higher Education Center in Newport News located at 5720 Marshall Ave. on the site of Achievable Dream Middle School and High School.This new venture provides an opportunity for the College to offer evening and weekend courses beginning fall semester 2007 to adult learners in the Southeast Newport News community. Additionally, the College’s connection with An Achievable Dream is highly advantageous. Through this partnership, TNCC will be uniquely positioned in the minds of Achievable Dream students and their families, inspiring them to enroll at TNCC, remain in the community and join the Peninsula’s trained workforce.|
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THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA — Award-winning journalist and host of WHRO’s lunch hour talk show HearSay, Cathy Lewis will be the speaker at Thomas Nelson Community College Commencement Ceremony to be held at the Hampton Coliseum on Wednesday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m.
A familiar face and voice in Hampton Roads for more than 20 years, Lewis’ career in journalism brought her to WAVY-TV 10 in 1982 where she anchored the station’s noon newscast and covered the military and healthcare beats that took her to Grenada, Europe, the Philippines and Haiti.