We are happy to report that CCM alumnus Adam Wagner (BFA, 2005) has been named executive director of the new Twilight Theatre and Community Auditorium in Greensburg, Kansas. The four million dollar venue for live entertainment and state-of-the-art moviegoing is designed to provide access to affordable quality performing arts entertainment, educational opportunities and cultural experiences – fostering a positive impact for the City of Greensburg and Kiowa County.
“Adam was the unanimous choice for the position,” Twilight Theatre board member Gary Goodman stated in an official announcement. “He brings youth, experience, passion, creativity and an endless amount of energy to Greensburg and the Twilight Theatre.”
“I am honored, humbled and incredibly energized to join the Twilight team,” Wagner says. “Greensburg runs on wind energy and positive energy, and I’m eager to help my new community celebrate its accomplishments and bring top-notch entertainment for all of Southwest Kansas to enjoy.”
You can learn more about Wagner’s appointment courtesy of the Pratt Tribune.
About Adam Wagner
A graduate of CCM’s Musical Theatre program, Indiana-native Adam Wagner spent his early 20s in New York City as a professional actor, studied privately with Broadway composers and produced his own concerts showcasing his songwriting. Making the switch to arts administration, Adam was named Artistic Director of Grandstreet Theatre in Helena, Montana.
Recruited to develop a new musical theatre curriculum for Tampa Bay’s Straz Center for the Performing Arts, he is dedicated to arts education and creating future arts advocates. During his time in Florida, Wagner served as Vice President of Theatre Tampa Bay, an alliance organization for the region’s professional theatres.