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This weekend KCST put on made their audience chase after Shakespeare’s Cymbeline and Madysen Luebke was there to watch run with the show.  Between Havemeyer and Hartley on three very cold spring evenings, KCST’s spring production of Cymbeline brought humor and laughter to a campus preparing for finals.  The little known Shakespearean tragedy—albeit a very humorous one—was […]

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“I’m glad we had the times together just to laugh and sing a song; seems like we just got started and then before you know it, the times we had together were gone.”–Dr. Seuss or Carol Burnett or whoever. Someone definitely had the right idea, so go to one of these arts events—compiled by the […]

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Have you seen the posters around campus telling you to go see this mysterious “Cymbeline,” and wondered what in the world that means? Have you seen groups of people in the Hartley Courtyard in elaborate hats, speaking what you think is English and wondered where that tour group is from?  Put those two phenomena together […]

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