Music and Theatre

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DJ Wilkins, a junior studying strategic communications, listens to instructions before the start of her English 2100 class, a Live Action Role Playing (LARPing) class on Oct. 29, 2018. Students in the class were challenged to think about ways U.S. culture doesn’t fully embrace fantasy by using fantasy literature and popular culture to think, talk and write about the real world.


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The OU Theater Division performs Holly Down in Heaven in February 2019. The play tells the story of a 15-year-old girl who can talk with her dolls, which can come to life, and creatively portrays heavy themes of isolation, loss and teen pregnancy with lighthearted humor.


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Scotty McCreery performs at Memorial Auditorium on Oct. 5, 2018. McCreery performed hits like “Five More Minutes” and “See You Tonight” is his third performance at OU in four years.



Matt Wedel poses for a portrait in his art studio in Albany in October 2018. Wedel is a ceramics artist who draws inspiration from agriculture, landscape and culture. His artwork is created in Albany, but most of it is shown at a gallery in Los Angeles called the L.A. Louver.


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Josh Turner performs at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 26, 2019. His set included crowd favorites like “Long Black Train,” “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” and “Hometown Girl.”


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Colin Richards from "Spare Change" performs nostalgic 'late 60s songs at Casa Nueva for Benefest on Nov. 29, 2018. Hosted by WLCI Hocking College Radio, Benefest is a three-night multi-venue musical event designed to give Hocking College students music event management practice while supporting local charities.


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