Archive for the Theater Tag

Honors in the News: April 1

As a part of his Capstone Experience/Thesis project, Bowling Green Senior Stephen Tabor, a performing arts major, directed a musical with performances Monday and Tuesday. Sophomore Kaitlyn Fouts and freshman J. Morgan Shaffo, along with several other Honors students, were part of the production. Read more about the musical in a Herald article. Hawesville, Ky., junior Billy Stephens is campaigning
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Honors in the News: March 25

Senior geography major Olivia Payne went on a class trip to the Ozark Mountains with other geography and geology students to obtain fieldwork experience. Read more about the trip on the WKU News Blog. Bowling Green sophomore Poorvie Patel is becoming a bone marrow donor after participating in a bone marrow drive organized by fellow Honors student Alex Kimura, a
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Honors in the News: Feb. 18

Honors students Lusie Cuskey and Stephen Tabor acted in “Facing East” put on by the WKU Department of Theatre and Dance. Read about the play in a Herald article. Honors senior Laura Leigh Zimmerman is one of several accounting students helping students, faculty and staff prepare their taxes. Read more about the free service they offer in a Herald article.
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Theatre Student Lusie Cuskey

Honors College junior Lusie Cuskey, a theatre arts and psychology student from Louisville, acted in the play “Empties ” by Andy Wolfenden, put on last semester. (Read more…)

Beauty and the Beast at WKU

The WKU Departments of Theatre & Dance and Music recently pulled out all the stops as they performed Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” in the expertly renovated Van Meter Hall. (Read more…)

Honors in the News: Sept. 26

Van Meter Hall will become an enchanted castle for the weekend as WKU presents “Beauty and the Beast.” Many Honors students are involved in the production, including Brandenburg junior Blake Cox and Bowling Green senior Josh Stinson, who were both quoted in the Herald. South Lawn became a sea of cardboard Wednesday night as students gathered to create a “shanty
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