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Curtain call at CWC

Jun 11, 2017 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Mike Myers has defined the third millennium in the Central Wyoming College theater department.

He arrived in Riverton on Dec. 31, 1999, and his first ...


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Myers, right, worked with Central Wyoming College actor Aaron King in the art of stage fencing as a production took shape. He taught a wide gamut of artistic and technical classes at CWC, where has worked as theater directer since New Year's Day 2000. He retired in May. CWC photo

Myers, right, worked with Central Wyoming College actor Aaron King in the art of stage fencing as a production took shape. He taught a wide gamut of artistic and technical classes at CWC, where has worked as theater directer since New Year's Day 2000. He retired in May. CWC photo


Myers, right, worked with Central Wyoming College actor Aaron King in the art of stage fencing as a production took shape. He taught a wide gamut of artistic and technical classes at CWC, where has worked as theater directer since New Year's Day 2000. He retired in May. CWC photo

Myers, right, worked with Central Wyoming College actor Aaron King in the art of stage fencing as a production took shape. He taught a wide gamut of artistic and technical classes at CWC, where has worked as theater directer since New Year's Day 2000. He retired in May. CWC photo

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