Penn State Student Returns On National Theatre Tour
Penn State theatre major Jim Hogan returned to Penn State on the Eisenhower stage as part of the national theatre tour production of the musical Spring Awakening. Hogan, who was a freshman last year majoring in theatre, took the year off to travel with the show. An honorable introduction was given prior to the show informing the audience of Hogan’s Penn State ties.
A few weeks ago the Daily Collegian offered a preview of Hogan’s return to Penn State.
Spring Awakening, the Tony award winner for best musical in 2007, brought out a packed house Tuesday and Wednesday night.
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