“WUDT’sNEXT” will take place in Edison Theatre Dec. 1-3. The performance will feature original works by visiting choreographers Leslie Cuyjet and Mike Esperanza and faculty choreographers Antonio Douthit-Boyd, Elinor Harrison and David Marchant.
Anca Parvulescu, a professor of English in Arts & Sciences, was installed as the university’s Liselotte Dieckmann Professor in Comparative Literature Nov. 2.
“Things are always happening at once,” Adam Pendleton said. “I want the paintings to be like that.” In this video, Pendleton, one of the most celebrated visual artists of his generation, talks about his artistic process and how painting echoes the movement of the body.
The Performing Arts Department will present “God of Carnage,” Yazmina Reza’s scathing satire of bourgeois manners, righteous fury and parental ego, in the A.E. Hotchner Studio Theatre Nov. 16-19.
WashU will host more than a dozen screenings as part of the 32nd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival. The citywide event showcases the best in contemporary cinema.
Sue Taylor, a longtime teacher of applied music in harp in the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences, died peacefully at home Oct. 30. She was 85.
Ruochen Chen, a doctoral candidate in history in Arts & Sciences, has won a Gale Non-Residential Fellowship from the Association for Asian Studies.
Dan Shea, a professor emeritus of English in Arts & Sciences, died Oct. 23, 2023, while in hospice care at his home in the Central West End. He was 86.
Carl Phillips, a professor of English in Arts & Sciences, will receive the 2023 Tradition of Literary Excellence Award from the University City Municipal Commission on Arts & Letters.
Inflation is high. Democracy is faltering. Political gangs brawl in the street. But inside the world of “Cabaret,” trouble can be left behind. At least for a while. The Performing Arts Department presents the show Oct. 27 to Nov. 5 in Edison Theatre.
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