Arts & Events

Death Cab for Cutie’s first arena show a grand success

Death Cab for Cutie and the Head and the Heart began their first arena show Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Key Arena in Seattle. That evening, the stage became an enlarged playground for both bands. Each song had a force of excitement and fun powering it, while the band members danced around stage, playing in their element. The Head and the Heart opened the show with their familiar, powerful and folky tones. They related to the crowd, revealing that some of the members had grown up in Seattle....
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Annual Town Crier kicks off Puget Sound theater

The “town crier” will speak again Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m., kicking off the annual Town Crier Speaks festival. Six student-written plays will be performed in Rausch Auditorium Oct. 6, 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m. Students are given ample chance to attend this student-run festival. Town Crier is in association with Student Theatre Productions (STP) and is entirely student-produced. The Town Crier has proven to be a good production for all levels of experience and all years to get involved. Freshman director Maddie Faigel provides a good example of...
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