Crimson and Blues, an a cappella group at the University of Kansas, took a third-place finish in the quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella last month. Members said the group plans to hold spring performances.
Theatre & Performance
Theatre professor Jane Barnette allows her students to vote on a graded syllabus, one that works on a points-based system, or an ungraded syllabus, one that is labor-based.
On Saturday Jan. 25, Liberty Hall will host the Transformations Charity Gala — an annual drag performance in which ten contestants compete to win $10,000 for a charity of their choice.
Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian art form that combines martial arts, dance, sport and aerobics. The KU Capoeira club meets weekly on Thursdays in Robinson Center.
The University's Chinese dance club is offering free dance classes that primarily focus on folk dances from Chinese ethnic minorities. The class is taught by dance instructor Wanwan Tsai in Robinson Center room 205, every Thursday from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
KU alumnus Ider-Od Bat-Erdene incorporates his aerospace engineering background into his stand-up comedy acts. Bat-Erdene is one of the most popular stand-up comedians in his home country of Mongolia.
September is suicide prevention and awareness month and the KU symphony orchestra and CAPS are teaming up to provide a concert for mental health awareness.
Through dance, the company is aiming to address issues of sexism, racism, gun violence, and other important issues in society today.
The University of Kansas' department of theatre and dance will bring six new shows to the stage this coming year, focusing on a variety of different issues.
Fall shows at The Granada and the Lied Center include a variety of artists and musical performances to keep you entertained during first semester.
Josh McQuade, Sophia Belshe, Adam Lang and Emma Bascom finally discuss the Percy Jackson musical "The Lightning Thief" for Kansan on Broadway's season finale.