“The Reactivated Man” seeks to shock

BEN COX Guest Writer coxbd@plu.edu Illegal brain surgery was reported to have taken place here at Pacific Lutheran University. According to one witness, who wishes to remain anonymous, the people responsible may...

Acting Out with PLU’s new theatre professor

Dina Longstaff Guest Writer longstdr@plu.edu While trying to navigate through the sea of confused first-years rushing to find their next class, students will notice a new face in the theatre department. He...

“Into the Woods” closes theater season

BROOKE THAMES A&E Writer The Pacific Lutheran University Theatre Department will wave goodbye to the 2014-2015 school year May 8 with its rendition of the acclaimed Broadway musical “Into the Woods.”   “Into...

“Bug” tackles tough topics

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...

DANCE 2015: Diverse steps, stories

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, APRIL 11, 2015: A previous version of this story mistakenly reported the dates of the Dance 2015...

Canine sees divine

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” finds the famous Peanuts...

Bringing the 80s back to PLU

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, the Pacific Lutheran University theatre department debuts its...

PLU Education Sets the Stage

By Eddie McCoven, Guest Writer ACT 1 Theatre Productions is currently putting on performances of “The Last Five Years.” What’s unique about this production is not just the giddy music that...

Charlotte saves the children

By Erin Flom, Guest Writer In the 1970s, Pacific Lutheran University had a prominent children’s theater. Senior Mitchell Helton is hoping to bring it back this year with a production...

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