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ERIN FLOM Guest Writer Scared of bugs? Then get ready to be frightened by the events of “Bug,” Pacific Lutheran University’s second-to-last play for this year’s theater season, opening April 17. “This play just grabs you and doesn’t let go of you,” said director, Cameron Waters, a junior. “The...

BROOKE THAMES A&E Writer DANCE 2015 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 10 Saturday, April 11 Karen Hille Phillips Center $8 General admission $3 Students UPDATE,...

ERIN FLOM Guest Writer Ever wondered what happened to Charlie Brown and friends when they grew up? The play “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead”...

BROOKE THAMES A&E Writer Steel Magnolias Karen Hille Phillips Studio Theatre (Black Box) 7:30 p.m. March 6, 7, 13 and 14 2 p.m. March 15 This week,...

By Eddie McCoven, Guest Writer Senior Alex Gallo performs as Jamie in rehearsal for ACT 1 Theatre Production “The Last Five Years” in Sumner, Wash.,...

By Erin Flom, Guest Writer PLU Marketing & Communications In the 1970s, Pacific Lutheran University had a prominent children’s theater. Senior Mitchell...

Michael Diambri, A&E Writer Most people don’t go around talking about vaginas. The Women’s Center at Pacific Lutheran University is putting on...

Michael Diambri, A&E Writer First-year Conner Brown and sophomore Lexi Jason perform the Elvis song “Little Less Conversation” from the musical...

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By MICHAEL DIAMBRI A&E Writer On the stage, in literature and in art, one can learn about the hardships of the human experience. Pacific Lutheran University’s...