After months of preparation, Crimson and Blues will compete this Saturday at its first a cappella competition of the year.
Theatre & Performance
Ghosting Lawrence implemented new COVID-19 protocols and is performing tours until Nov. 1. CHALK writer Elizabeth Walters learns more about Haunted downtown Lawrence and meets ghosts from the city's history.
The KU theatre program will showcase performances put together by student groups at a virtual theatre festival on Oct. 23-25.
As live performances continue to be impacted by COVID-19 regulations, Hamburger Mary's found ways to maintain their drag performances in a safe and distant way.
Overall national attendance to any arts or culture event has dropped to 88 million less than the average. Local arts organizations in Lawrence are finding ways to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As live music struggles to adapt amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Save Our Stages Act lobbies for additional funding for independent live music venues.
For this week's "What to Read This Week," Kansan arts contributor Taylor Worden suggests novels that were either adapted into plays or center around theater arts.
In this week's episode, Wyatt and Nicole are joined by arts contributor Taylor Worden and senior reporter Lucy Peterson to talk about our favorite playlists, Hamilton, fan fiction, One Direction and more!
In this Q&A with the Kansan, associate professor Darren Canady discusses his love of storytelling and Black inclusion in the arts.
Current and former KU students express the need for more diverse casting choices in theater productions, with parts being chosen on merit instead of race.
The Lied Center of Kansas has adapted to social distancing and the coronavirus pandemic by creating a series of concerts streaming on Facebook Live.
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 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.