The Daily Evergreen

One act, four plays

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 10, 2014

Driven by students and ranging from family comedy to soul-searching, STAGE One returns to bring four new one-act plays in this year’s festival.STAGE One, run through STAGE Student Theater, is a festival of one- act plays that are written, directed, and acted by students with advising from professor...

When men become mice

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 10, 2014

Three blind mice, three blind mice, turn out the lights, and one dies.Though creepy, it’s exactly the kind of feeling one might take away from “The Mousetrap,” a play written by godmother of murder mysteries, Agatha Christie. The murder mystery show will be performed at the Pullman Civic Theat...

Man on marimba

From staff reports

October 10, 2014

One award-winning drummer and composer will take different approach to classical music. Instead of violin or piano, he’ll play the marimba.Professional percussionist Christopher Whyte will perform a guest recital at 4:10 p.m. today in Kimbrough Concert Hall.WSU Director of Bands Danh Pham invited the...

Three conductors share the stage

Three conductors share the stage

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

October 8, 2014

When it comes to big performances, Director of Athletic Bands Troy Bennefield likes to ask, “How great of an achievement can we make?”Students can find out this Thursday when Washington State University Symphonic Band and the Symphonic Wind Ensemble combine forces to put on a free performance with ...

Sip and listen at One World Cafe

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 8, 2014

Finding a place with a true sense of family is no ordinary thing. A community is lucky indeed if it has a space with the power to make anyone feel like they belong.The staff at One World Café believes the shop does just that, staff member Katie McWilliams said.“It’s definitely a home away from ho...

The audience is the common denominator

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 8, 2014

Musical performers can be inspired by a combination of static and fluid musical influences, but for some the best performances are the ones in which the audience feels like they’re a part of the action.Musicians Brady Goss and Bart Budwig will share their own unique take on influential music styles at 8 p.m...

Modern dance with an intent to inspire

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2014

A national dance group will leap to the stage with two culturally-inspired dance presentations.The Repertory Dance Theatre (RDT) will return to the Palouse this week to give a presentation and exhibition about Asian-American dance and culture.   The Palouse Asian American Association will host the...

Second chance to be in the (Coug) spotlight

From Staff reports

October 6, 2014

Round two of SEB’s Coug Spotlight will kickoff at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the CUB Lair with all performers hoping for the chance to play at this year’s Springfest.Solo artist junior math major Chloe Hendrickson claimed first place in round one with runner up freshman business major Max P. and both will com...

Breaking ground on community placemaking

Breaking ground on community placemaking

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 6, 2014

The tagline reads: “How do we create places of meaning? What makes public spaces unique?” These were a few of the questions on the agenda for Moscow’s Community Placemaking workshop and Panel taking place today.Placemaking is an approach to planning and management of a public space emphasizing...

Big Band Jazz covers dirverse eras

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

October 6, 2014

The term “big band jazz” is almost self-explanatory: an ensemble of trumpets, trombones, saxophones, guitars, pianos, and more – it is quite literally, a big band.Students and community members will get a chance to hear for themselves what a big band really sounds like Tuesday night as The WSU ...

Galloping, jumping and neighing across campus

From staff report

October 6, 2014

The pounding of hooves on dirt and the heavy breathing of animals either means a stampede is coming or the equestrian team is bringing the heat.WSU’s Equestrian Club was started by junior animal science pre-vet major and club president Shelby Westmoreland in her freshman year. The team competes aga...

French culture served a la cinema

French culture served a la cinema

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2014

French culture will once again fill the screen this month in Moscow.  WSU and the University of Idaho will host their fifth annual Palouse French Film Festival.A film will be shown at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in downtown Moscow every Tuesday in October. Movies all start at 7 p.m. and are ...

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