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The 89th Annual Waa-Mu Show Announces STATE OF THE ARTThe co-chairs of Northwestern University's 89th annual Waa-Mu Show announced the title and theme for its upcoming production. 'State of the Art,' a tale of street artists and city elites clashing over free expression, will run May 1 to 10, 2020 at Cahn Auditorium, 600 Emerson St., on the Evanston campus.
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Next Waa-Mu Show announced, titled “State of the Art”Next spring’s Waa-Mu Show will be titled “State of the Art,” the co-chairs of the 89th annual Waa-Mu Show announced in a Nov. 25 release. The show, a tale about street artists and city elites clashing over free expression and community history, will run May 1 to May 10 at Cahn Auditorium. Tickets will go...
Arts Alliance show shines spotlight on abortion, female friendshipA&E Communication junior Morgan Rielly is often drawn to new works that are relevant to current events, so when she heard of the play “Dry Land,” it immediately caught her attention. The show tells the story of teenagers Amy and Ester, who develop a friendship after Amy asks Ester to help her miscarry an unwanted...
ASG Senate elects 1 senator to Wild Ideas committeeAssociated Student Government Senate elected Communication sophomore Leo Scheck to the Wild Ideas committee in its first meeting of the academic year Wednesday. Scheck, a senator for the Student Theatre Coalition, told The Daily he was excited to build on his experience with ASG in the committee. “In some of my other capacities within student...
ASG passes A-status funding for student groupsAssociated Student Government Senate approved Wednesday more than $1.5 million in funding to A-status student groups. The A-status finances committee allocated funds to more than 35 student groups, using money from the student activity fee. Vice president for A-status finances Daniel Wu said the committee looks at categories such as accessibility and sustainability when deciding...