It took me a while to realize why there were two port-a-potties covered in chains outside of the Speech/Theatre Building, but eventually I made the connection: Urinetown, currently playing in the Kelsey Theatre, is a different breed of musical from most St. Olaf shows of recent memory, and behooves a different sort of promotion.
Sunday night marked the triumphant return of Jayber Crow and Jason Anderson to St. Olaf. I'm not being overly dramatic or employing unwarranted hyperbole. Jayber Crow and Jason Anderson rocked Hilleboe lounge to its foundations.
One, two, three and blackout. Good, dancers, rang out the voice of rehearsal director Lorry May at the showing of Anna Sokolow's Dreams Friday afternoon in Dittmann's Studio One. A work set in eight short sections, Dreams is a dance piece inspired by the Holocaust.
As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, cold weather will soon be rearing its ugly head on campus and across the country. However, there are many ways in which St. Olaf staff and students prepare for the upcoming winter months.