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SPRING 2014

LATE NIGHT

EVENTS SCHEDULE

 

 

 

 

JPEG ImageJonathan Burns:  Flexible Comedy
Friday, January 24
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 faculty/staff, $3 general public
You may have seen Jonathan Burns perform on the Jay Leno Show or the Late Show with David Letterman, combining comedy, contortion, juggling and sideshow stunts. Burns will wow you with his interactive comedy experience.

JPEG ImageComedian: K-von
Thursday, February 06
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 faculty/staff, $3 general public
The star of MTV’s hit show “Disaster Date,” K-von’s humor has made audiences laugh all over the world! His hilarious hidden-camera show displays his talents as each character proves funnier and more outrageous than the last.On stage, K-von has become a crowd favorite as he pokes fun at himself, current events, and of course, the perils of growing up with a dad from the Middle-East, and a mom from Middle-America.

JPEG ImageOpen Mic Night with Lauren Zuniga
Thursday, February 13
7:00 PM
RSC First Floor
Lauren Zunigam, a renowned spoken word artist, is here to do what she does best…speak! You can also join in the fun!

 

JPEG ImageYellow and Black Ball
Saturday, February 15
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Marcus Welcome Center
Tickets available January 21st
Yellow and Black Ball is a formal ball that is open to all WSU students. Come enjoy this with a group of friends or that special someone.

JPEG ImageSix Appeal Vocal Band
Wednesday, March 05
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 Faculty / Staff, $3 general public
Swearing off instruments, Six Appeal uses a cappella singing to span decades of classic oldies, current chart toppers, and catchy original tunes. Featuring vocal dexterity and adventurous song selection, the 2012 National Harmony Sweepstakes Champions explore all genres with a far-reaching repertoire that will surprise and captivate any audience.

JPEG Image4th Annual Drag Show
Co-Sponsored with That Gay Group!
Friday, March 07
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 faculty/staff, $3 general public
The 4th Annual WSU Drag Show is an opportunity to learn more about the LGBTQ community. Watch some amazing performances by local drag queens and kings and support our WSU students in an amateur drag competition.

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Hypnotist: The Sandman
Thursday, March 13
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 faculty/staff, $3 general public
The Sandman is one of the Looney Bin's most popular acts that perform their stage. Love watching people get hypnotized? Want to get hypnotized? Come enjoy The Sandman. Material will be club content.

JPEG ImageThe Kenya Safari Acrobats
Thursday, March 27
7:00 PM
CAC Theater
The Kenya Safari Acrobats perform a non-stop ride of gravity-defying human pyramids, balancing, tumbling, limbo dancing, hurling through hoops and breathtaking contortions, all while clapping to a joyful Benga beat.They have had the honor of performing at the White House, Disney, the Super Bowl, the Miami Heat and many other impressive clients.

JPEG ImageHippodrome: Opening Performances
Wednesday, April 09
7:00 PM
CAC Theater

 

 

JPEG ImageHippodrome: Opening Performances
Thursday, April 10
7:00 PM
CAC Theater

 

 

JPEG ImageHippodrome: Final Performances & Awards Night
Saturday, April 12
3:00 PM
CAC Theater

 

 

JPEG ImageSolo Circus
Friday, April 18
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $2 faculty / staff, $3 general public
The Solo Circus is a fast paced, audience interactive and technical skills variety show featuring an all-original presentation of Magic, Juggling, Circus & Sideshow stunts all wrapped in a blanket of comedy.

JPEG ImagePLASTIC MUSIK
Thursday, May 1
8:00 PM
CAC Theater
Free to students w/ ID, $3 general public, $2 faculty/staff
Plastic Musik is a unique performance group that utilizes traditional percussion techniques, along with all-plastic instruments to produce familiar melodies.