Musical Comedy Show to Washington College
part of their spring event calendar, Washington College's Theta Chi
Fraternity announces a hilarious evening of comedy with
Musical Comedian Evan Wecksell on
Thursday, April 13 at Town Hall.
CHESTERTOWN, MD (OPENPRESS) April 10, 2006 – Before students head home
for Easter break, Washington College is injecting some fresh, live entertainment into
their schedule. On Thursday, April 13, in Town Hall of the Campus
Center, Theta Chi Fraternity is hosting musical comedian Evan
27, Wecksell is young, but his experience is beyond his years.
Last year he performed over 175 shows across the country and made his
television debut on VH1's "I Love the 80s 3D." Earlier
this year he appeared on VH1's "I Love Toys."
"The Toys series was great for me," says Wecksell. "People
now call me the Rainbow Brite guy. I don't think it gets any better
Wecksell, a Theta Chi alum from Tufts University in Medford,
Massachusetts, has already performed for other Theta Chi chapters
across the country so when he contacted the Beta Eta chapter about
performing at Washington College, President Mike Lynch immediately
loved the idea.
"All of the brothers thought this would be an awesome event," says
Lynch. "This is the type of thing we love to sponsor around campus."
Theta Chi's comedy night featuring Evan Wecksell takes place on
Thursday, April 13 at 9:00 PM in Town Hall of the Campus Center. The show is free for all students.
Stand-up Comedian and Singer/Songwriter Evan Wecksell is one of the
funniest and most energetic performers to emerge from New York’s
comedy clubs and musical venues. Often compared to comedic superstars
Adam Sandler and Stephen Lynch, Evan’s act is a blend of comedy and
music that celebrates dysfunctional relationships, endorses unorthodox
career paths and makes fun of bad music. Last year, Evan appeared on
VH1’s “I Love the 80s 3D,” and earlier this year he appeared on VH1's "I Love Toys." For more information on Evan Wecksell
and to purchase his CDs, please visit
About Theta Chi Fraternity:
Theta Chi is an international fraternity made up of more than 160
chapters and colonies. The Beta Eta Chapter at the Washington College was established
in March of 1940. Although hindered by a serious depression and two
world wars, Theta Chi has grown, and prospered beyond the dreams of
the Founders and holds a prominent position among the national
fraternity scene. For more information on Theta Chi Fraternity visit
www.thetachi.org. For more
information on Beta Eta Chapter visit