The following is from the June 11, 2008, edition of The Arizona Republic.
'Don Quixote: A 21st Century Look'
Jun 12, 2008 11:34 AM | Print
C. Nicholas Johnson is back. For 25 years, Johnson has produced a theater camp for kids that culminates in a one-of-a-kind show open to the public.
"It's become quite the Cave Creek event," Johnson said from Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center, where the production is being mounted.
The center is part of the Cave Creek Unified School District in Arizona.
Johnson, who earned a master's of fine arts degree in dance and drama from the University of Arizona, is the director of dance at Wichita State University.
Koch Global Trading Center officially dedicated
Rhatigan Renewal revives campus life
WSU dedicates building named for former president
Innovative splint developed by WSU researchers
WSU expansion will support job growth, innovation
Wichita State Musical Theater presents 'The Spitfire Grill'
Economic Outlook Conference, Oct. 9
History Department special presentation
Workshop to prepare students for ACT
Nursing student workshop to be held at WSU
WSU hosting 'Writing Now, Reading Now' series
WSU to host ACT Math Workshop
David Cabela to speak at WSU forum
Constitution Day activity at WSU
The Elliott School of Communication turns 25
Kansas Council for Economic Education receives grant
Ray to discuss photography at reception
Students, community welcome at WSU outdoor movie
AQR holiday travel forecast: Book early
CEDBR now offers indicators in optimal format
Students feel at home in Shocker Hall
Tree planting honors WSU's KBOR anniversary
WSU School of Nursing one of 100 schools chosen
Innovation helps WSU School of Nursing reach students