Upcoming Student Series Production, Blood Wedding

Theater opens the Spring semester with their student series performance, Blood Wedding. The show is presented by Alpha Psi Omega, the Theatre Honor Society at PLU. In this poetic tragedy, an arranged country marriage between the children of two rich, landowning families is endangered by…

Sarah Seder: New Dance Faculty

Sarah Seder’s passion for dance has taken her all over North America. Now, she returns home to the Seattle area bringing with her unique experiences, a vast repertoire of skills, and an effervescent personality. She will lead PLU students through Ballet 1, Contemporary Dance 1…

Theatre & Dance take on the famous Greek tragedy, Medea

One of the most powerful and enduring of Greek tragedies, Medea, opens the last week of October on the PLU Eastvold stage. In this famous tragedy, Medea centers on the myth of Jason, leader of the Argonauts, who has won the dragon-guarded treasure of the…

PLU Theatre focuses on growth in upcoming Shape of Things

PLU Theatre presents an exciting new production, The Shape of Things, opening May 3rd. The story is a twisted tale that explores what people are willing to do for love and what can happen when love takes things too far. The play written by Neil…

Dance celebrates Storytelling in their upcoming performance

Dance 2018: Storytelling will feature PLU dancers in an inspiring collection of faculty, student, and guest artist choreography, revealing fresh perspectives and diverse artistry, directed by Visiting Assistant Professor, Rachel Winchester. Storytelling runs April 20 and 21 at 7:30 pm in the Eastvold Auditorium of…

Remembering Eric Nordholm

Eric (Nordie) Nordholm will forever remain a legacy in the PLU theatre department. David Robbins, Senior Advancement Officer and former chair of the music department recounts Eric’s impact at PLU. “Nordie was a longtime faculty member in the Theater Department at PLU. He was hired…