Wichita State faculty member Tom Frye was featured in an Oct. 24 story in The Wichita Eagle about a play he's helping put on at WSU.
Three working together again on WSU play
Oct 24, 2008 4:33 PM | Print
The last time that Tom Frye, Michael Downs and David Neville were all together to work on a play was 1982, when Frye was drama teacher at Southeast High and the other two were his students. ...
Though they remained close friends and would cross paths occasionally, they wouldn't work together as a team for 26 years.
The three are collaborating on Wichita State University's production of "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail," which opens Thursday.
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