Black Anthology will run Feb. 1 and 2. Up until then, StudLife will be covering the lead-up to the show in a new series, “Road to Black Anthology.”
Washington University Hip-Hop Union (WUHHU) hosts an open “WUHHU Wednesdays” event Nov. 28 in the Gargoyle. The event offers an opportunity for people of all experience levels to try hip-hop dance The next WUHHU Wednesday is next Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Check out concerts in the St. Louis area this weekend.
The concert will also feature the Washington University Beatbox Society and Wash. U.’s juggling club, The National Prestigious Society of Collegiate Jugglers.
KWUR, Washington University’s independent radio station, kicked off its annual Hustle Week fundraising event this past Monday, featuring events including a DJ showcase, performances by local bands and an all-night broadcast.
For those frequently in the Danforth University Center, it’s hard to imagine Tisch Commons as anything but the site of loud, stressed, Tuesday-tea-drinking students. But thanks to Washington University’s Urban & Hip-Hop Union (WUHHU), it was turned into a lively, ’90s-themed dance floor.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy stopped by The Pageant last Saturday night for a sold-out book tour event that explored Tweedy’s memories detailed in his recently released memoir, titled “Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back).”
If you take the sexuality and general aesthetic of “The Rocky Horror Show” and cross it with indie rock and synth pop, you’ll end up with Thursday night’s of Montreal concert at The Ready Room.
Directed by the Performing Arts Department’s artist-in-residence Ron Himes, the play follows protagonist Hiro’s return home to Kentucky to “save” her sister Sophie and stop her wedding—and Wash. U.’s production was phenomenal.
“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie.