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What it takes to survive the weather

Snow.  It’s an absolute dream as a child.  Making snow angels, having snowball fights and sledding down hills have provided most of us with some great childhood memories.  However, it becomes more of a hindrance as we get older.  Icy roads and cold temperatures make staying inside and calling in sick a viable option. This year, a polar vortex made... Read More

Theatre department sets to cast for the Season of Laughs

The Missouri Western theatre department has decided that their newest season will be focused on providing their audiences with as many laughs as possible. Last season’s “Year of the Tony” featured award winning plays like Private Lives and J.B.  Assistant professor of theatre and cinema, Tee Quillin, believes that this season will be much different from the last. “Last season,... Read More

Western Playhouse stages Miss Saigon

Last summer, Western Institute’s professional theatre company debuted their Season of Love.  With three unique performances including Barefoot in the Park and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Potter Hall became a community hotspot.  Potter was also decorated in numerous ways in order to further immerse audiences into each performance. This year, Western Playhouse took a different approach to their... Read More