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Here is the flyer for the musical with the QR code for the show. It can be used to find tickets for the upcoming production.

Theatre Department to present ‘Last Five Years’ online, Feb. 25-28

Alyssa Storm, Journalist February 16, 2021

Feb. 25 through Feb. 28, 2021 the Washburn University Theater Department will be performing a two-person musical called, “The Last 5 Years.” Focusing on the emotional life journey of two people, Cathy...

Above the clouds:

‘Golden Hour’ helps with pandemic blues

Abbie Barth, Copy Editor and Freelance Reporter November 3, 2020

Kacey Musgraves’ album “Golden Hour” is the perfect soundtrack to get you through the struggles of quarantine and the pandemic. The album may have come out in 2018, but it is perfect for 2020. Most...

The Theatre: Mr Marmalade is in the house. It took a lot of work from various areas of expertise to make it happen.

Mr. Marmalade premieres at the Neese Gray Theatre

Jason Morrison, Staff October 28, 2020

Oct. 28 is the premiere of Mr. Marmalade, written by Noah Haidle, a graduate of Princeton University and The Juilliard School. It first appeared in California in 2004 as a dark comedy. Very dark, some...

Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches - Oh my!

Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches – Oh my!

Maggie Cabrera, Journalist October 27, 2020

With Halloween just around the corner, everyone is looking for the best haunted houses, corn mazes and pumpkin patches to visit. There are plenty of interesting options in Topeka for everyone. For a...

“Exploring New Worlds” is a mural that was created by Mark Anschutz. It is located near Yager Stadium.

Take a look around: art at WU

Alijah McCracken, Photographer September 21, 2020

Preview: Paint & Sip

Preview: Paint & Sip

Alyssa Storm, Journalist September 21, 2020

On Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m., The Office of Student Involvement and Development is planning to host a “Paint and Sip”. They are serving mocktails and providing a place to relax and let the creative...

Monsters everywhere

The premiere of She Kills Monsters

Jason Morrison September 16, 2020

It’s here! It is exciting! It is now time to develop an appreciation of the art of stage performance. Washburn’s theatre department is excited to announce the long-awaited fall 2020 premiere of...

Swirling and Spinning: Melinda Hedgecorth performs a traditional Flamenco dance. Other members of the band play accompanying music or sing, adding to the spectacle.

Spanish Flamenco dance and music festival coming soon

Matthew Self, Senior Editor September 16, 2020

Washburn University has the pleasure of welcoming our special guest “Siento y vivo Flamenco ” October 2 at 5:30 PM. The music and dance group will be hosting a live show on our practice football fields...

Melissa Miller is a manager at Phoneix Finds, an antique store located in the NOTO Art District. The store has been open since October, 2019.

Faces of NOTO

Alijah McCracken, Photographer September 10, 2020

The toe tags on the wall: This is a picture of the exhibit. Toe tags on a map are displayed to show the lives that were lost on the journey.

‘Hostile Terrain 94’

Alyssa Storm, Journalist September 10, 2020

“Hostile Terrain 94” is an exhibit at the Mulvane Art Museum on Washburn’s campus. The exhibit was started by the Undocumented Migration Project and it displays more than 4,000 toe tags to represent...

Theatre dept. fall schedule

Theatre dept. fall schedule

Jason Morrison August 15, 2020

The good news is that there will be a full schedule of shows to attend at Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre this fall semester. The theatre department has plans to perform two shows in the fall...

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