Studio Theater production shows a dark side

Studio Theater production shows a dark side On April 17 and 18 at 7:30pm, PLU senior Cameron Waters brings to life playwright Tracy Letts’ Bug, a tale of paranoia and conspiracy that is riveting, exciting, and thoroughly entertaining. Bug follows Agnes, a lonely waitress, who…

Steel Magnolias opens March 5 in the Studio Theater

With a stream of hairspray PLU will enter the 80’s for the spring production of  Steel Magnolias . The production runs for two weekends in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Studio Theater, March 5 6, 7, 13 and 14 at 7:30…

‘Passion Play’ entertains while asking ‘big enough’ questions

Passion Play shows three communities, Queen Elizabeth’s England, Hitler’s Germany, and Reagan’s America, attempting to stage the death and resurrection of Christ. The play takes the audience on a humorous, but unsettling journey as it examines the intersection of religion and politics. The play is…

“The Boys Next Door” opens Oct. 16

PLU’s School of Arts and Communication and the Department of Communication & Theatre present The Boys Next Door by Tom Griffin, directed by Jeff Clapp. The production opens in Eastvold Auditorium of the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on October 16, 17,…

Dressed for Macbeth Success

They call it the crows nest. On the top floor of the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the PLU costume shop is abuzz, preparing for Macbeth, which opens with a student preview on May 8. The new space is, for all involved,…