A night away

By Claudia Johnson

In a change of events, I got to go see a musical performance off campus.

My boyfriend surprised me with concert tickets to go see Mitski. Mitski is a Japanese-American singer song writer. She came to the Old National Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana for the tour of her most recent album, Be the Cowboy.

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The Audience

A New Perspective on their Role

By Nathan Durkin

This Thursday, I went to see Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapted into a play, and directed by Dr. Latrelle Bright. I didn’t know anything about the story beforehand. I tried to keep it that way so that I could get the full experience of the story Dr. Bright wanted to get across with as little interference as possible. One idea that I had going into the show, however, was the idea of what it means to be the audience of a play. While many shows have slight differences in what the audience is supposed to do, they always have a similar sort of feel to them, and at this point, I feel like I know what it feels like to be an audience member. I thought I knew, anyway. And then I saw this show, and all of my ideas about what being in the audience feels like got turned on their head.

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New Way of Seeing

By Claudia Johnson

I had the chance to see the the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

My second experience with a Krannert show was still just as great as I could have imagined. I went into this experience with a very positive mind because of how connected I already felt to the show.

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