WCJC Fine Arts Dept. performa “Fortinbras”

Wharton County Junior College’s Fine Arts Department will present Fortinbras on February 20-22, at the Horton Foote Theatre in the Duson-Hansen Fine Arts Building on the Wharton campus. Show times are at 7 p.m. The play is free and open to the public. The play is suitable for ages 16 and older. Pictured front row (L-R): David Hesse (Pearland), Kristi Callies (Beasley), Laurn Rozner (Lolita), Isabella Nidever (Sugar Land). Middle row (L-R): David Hiebert (Rosenberg), Leofrice Tilley (Cuero), Dylan Callies (Beasley), John Ramirez (Rosenberg) and back row (L-R): Whitney McClendon (Wharton), Bryson Baugus (Richmond), Issac Cox (Beasley), Nathan Grumbles (Needville), Katelyn Wood (El Campo), Jamie Gonzales (Rosenberg). Photo by Amanda Heard

Wharton County Junior College’s Fine Arts Department will present Fortinbras on February 20-22, at the Horton Foote Theatre in the Duson-Hansen Fine Arts Building on the Wharton campus. Show times are at 7 p.m. The play is free and open to the public. The play is suitable for ages 16 and older. Pictured front row (L-R): David Hesse (Pearland), Kristi Callies (Beasley), Laurn Rozner (Lolita), Isabella Nidever (Sugar Land). Middle row (L-R): David Hiebert (Rosenberg), Leofrice Tilley (Cuero), Dylan Callies (Beasley), John Ramirez (Rosenberg) and back row (L-R): Whitney McClendon (Wharton), Bryson Baugus (Richmond), Issac Cox (Beasley), Nathan Grumbles (Needville), Katelyn Wood (El Campo), Jamie Gonzales (Rosenberg). Photo by Amanda Heard

The Wharton County Junior College Fine Arts Department’s upcoming play Fortinbras will be held February 20 through 22 at the Horton Foote Theatre in the Duson-Hansen Fine Arts Building on the Wharton campus. Show times are at 7 p.m. The play is free and open to the public. The play is suitable for ages 16 and older.

Fortinbras is a comedy spin-off of Shakespeare’s Hamlet that picks up immediately after Hamlet’s death. The audience follows the character of Fortinbras as he tries to lay claim to the throne of Denmark. The play brings a contemporary wit to the mix and seeks to combine the modern with the classic in a way that will that is sure to satisfy any theatre-lover.

The Wharton campus is located at 911 Boling Highway. For additional information call 979-532-6300.

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