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Review: MU’s “The Green Duck Lounge” Is a Modern Look at Racism’s Present and Past

By Michael Donelan, E23 Reporter

“The Green Duck Lounge” is a stunning and honest portrayal of how racism has stayed the same in the U.S. throughout its history. It also highlights societal flaws that are seen so often in the Read the rest

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MU students bring Peanuts to life in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Charlie Brown stands on stage with Snoopy and other Peanuts characters as they fly kites.

By Rachel Zalucki

MU Theatre’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” nearly brought me to tears with their spot-on rendition of a nostalgic masterpiece.

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MU Theatre’s “The Laramie Project” Review

By Destinee Patterson, E23 Reporter

Today, hate has become an issue that everyone wants to confront. In the Trump era, many people have found the confidence to speak about the hate they have always felt, while others have made moves Read the rest

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