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A select group of Gardner-Webb University faculty and friends will present “The Story and Classic Love Songs of Cole Porter” as part of a cabaret entertainment event during GWU’s Parents’ Weekend, with performances scheduled Sept. 19-20 at 7 p.m. and Sept. 21 at 2 p.m. in Gardner-Webb University’s Millennium Theatre (located behind the Communication Studies building). Due to a limited number of seats per show, reservations are required. Produced by Dr. Joseph Webb, professor of communication studies, the cabaret will feature members of his “Jazz Revue” group, including GWU faculty members Mary Roby, dean of Libraries, and Matt Whitfield, professor of Music, along with community members Jim Sansing, Don Hardin and jazz pianist Phillip Howe, a former Gardner-Webb student.
Cabaret, Cole Porter, Don Hardin, Dr. Joseph Webb, Dr. Matt Whitfield, Jazz Revue, Jim Sansing, Mary Roby, Phillip Howe
Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb University Presents Cabaret Entertainment Event Sept. 19-21" (2014). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1346.