The Washburn Review

Student Profile: Alexander Laughlin

October 6, 2018

Alexander Laughlin, senior theater major, has shown his talent in the school. He recently organized the Costume Sale at Washburn Theater Department, however, his talent shows in many aspects of the department.Laughlin was expo...

“The Three Little Pigs” blows away audience

Steven Dennis

January 15, 2018

Performing Arts for Children recently brought its newest performance to Washburn University’s Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre. The classic tale of “The Three Little Pigs” came to life on Washburn’s stage Jan...

New perspective: Julie Noonan is Washburn’s new assistant theatre professor, bringing a new perspective on musicals to the department.

Julie Noonan takes the stage

September 26, 2017

Student-led “Constellations” shoots for the stars

Xavier Strong

September 25, 2017

Love is in the air this week at Washburn. “Constellations” follows the story of would-be lovers Roland (Aaron Uhlrig) and Marianne (Darria Dennison) as they stumble through their initial chance encounter, to the culminati...

Up to No Good Improv

Up to No Good Improv

September 13, 2017

Seascape rolls into WU’s Neese Gray Theatre

Steven Dennis

September 7, 2017

This coming week, “Seascape” will be gracing the stage thanks to the Washburn theatre department. As director, Linda Smith brings Edward Albee’s script to life, crafting a scene of an aging married couple as they expl...

An American Ichabod in London: Spring break travels

Andrew Shermoen

March 28, 2017

Many Washburn students spent their Spring Break traveling, but a group of theatre department students embarked on a week long tour of London. Faculty members Paul Prece of the theater department and Tracy Routsong of the communi...

Documentary screening anticipates future programs

Ryan Thompson

March 8, 2017

Sharon Sullivan, professor of theater and women’s and gender studies, and Shelley Bearman, project coordinator for sexual assault education and prevention, screened “UnSlut: A Documentary Film” March 1 in Mabee Library Room 2...