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WSU Performing Arts

Welcome to WSU Performing Arts, Washington State University’s professional performing arts presenter. WSUPA was founded in 2011 to promote cultural and artistic connections for WSU Pullman and the surrounding communities.  WSUPA brings world-class performances to the Palouse, presenting live theatre, music concerts, and family entertainment in Daggy Hall’s Jones and Wadleigh Theatres and other venues including Beasley Coliseum.

WSU Performing Arts 2016-2017 remaining shows

Sat., Feb. 11 – Anderson & Roe Piano Duo - SOLD OUT!

With adrenalized performances, original compositions, and well-known music videos, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. Described as “the intense synchronization of genius” by ThirdCoast Digest, the duo aims to make classical music a relevant and powerful force around the world. Co-presented with the WSU School of Music.

Wed., March 1 – Danú: St. Patrick’s Day Celebration 
Hailing from Counties Waterford, Cork, Dublin, and Donegal, Danú is one of today’s leading traditional Irish ensembles. Their high-energy performances feature a glorious mix of ancient Irish music and new repertoire, played on flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, and bouzouki with English and Irish vocals.

Wed., March 22 – Women of the World 
Celebrating world folk traditions from Bulgaria to Brazil and from Japan to Africa, this international, multicultural a cappella quartet performs in 29 languages. Their music is a cross-pollination of genres, rhythms, and global sounds, carrying a borderless, spirited, and undeniable message of unity.

March 31, April 1, 7 & 8 – She Kills Monsters, by Qui Nguyen 
Packed with homicidal fairies and ’90s pop culture, She Kills Monsters is a comedic romp through the world of fantasy role-playing games. Leaving home after the death of her sister Tilly, Agnes stumbles into a journey of discovery and action-packed adventure in the imaginary world that was Tilly’s refuge. Directed by Benjamin Gonzales.

Fri., April 21 – Kaha:wi Dance Theatre 
One of Canada's leading contemporary dance companies, Kaha:wi Dance Theatre explores the intersection of indigenous and new dance performance. With The Honouring, the company pays homage to First Nations warriors of the War of 1812 and the families who sacrificed to protect Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) sovereignty, culture, and land. Co-presented with Festival Dance & Performing Arts, Moscow, ID.

 

 

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Event

Venue

Tickets

Fri 3/31/17 7:30 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Sat 4/1/17 2:00 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Sat 4/1/17 7:30 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Fri 4/7/17 7:30 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Sat 4/8/17 2:00 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Sat 4/8/17 7:30 PM

She Kills Monsters

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

Fri 4/21/17 7:30 PM

Kaha:wi Dance Theatre

Jones Theatre - WSU
Pullman, WA

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