LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THIS SPRING!
Enjoy interactive events that will leave you laughing, freaking out, feeling inspired, and everything in between. All events are FREE and available online to all WSU students, faculty and staff from all campuses.
Ashlee Haze: Award-winning Poet
Tuesday, January 26 at 7:00 p.m. PT
Join on Zoom
Passcode: 948520 | Meeting ID: 922 0911 6153
Spend your evening gaining inspiration from one of the most accomplished poets in the sport of poetry slam. Ashlee Haze will be performing Slam Poetry for WSU while also discussing concepts from her recent book, Smoke. Ashlee is from Atlanta by way of Chicago, a 3- time Queen of the South Poetry Slam champion, 2-time Women of the World Poetry Slam finalist, and 2- time National Poetry Slam semi-finalist. See an example of Ashlee’s work in the video below.
Daniel Martin: Magic Night In
Tuesday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m. PT
Watch live on YouTube
The stream will begin 15 minutes before the event
Celebrity Magician Daniel Martin has toured all over the world performing for nearly a million people live. Now he's bringing the magic to WSU! Join Daniel and his crew as they teach the exciting secrets of magic with the use of everyday items found around you. Learn more in the video below.
Anthony Moore: Comedian
Tuesday, February 9 at 7:00 p.m. PT
Anthony Moore is a comedian and writer hailing from west Philadelphia, now residing in New York. After hosting his school’s talent show at the age of 18, Anthony realized his true gift for humor and strong passion for comedy. Soon after, he quickly became well-known on Philadelphia’s comedy circuit.
Noah Hoehn: Music technologist
Tuesday, February 16 at 7:00 p.m. PT
Singer/songwriter, music technologist and multi-instrumentalist, Noah Hoehn, has performed for nearly 200 colleges and universities across the country. His unique and engaging solo show featuring marimba, harmonica and Indian Dhol drum, has been featured on PBS’s “Minnesota Original”. The Minnesotan is also a three-time winner of the prestigious McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians. His unique and dynamic performances could be described as one part Eddie Vedder, one part Zedd and one part “marimba ninja”. Noah uses a style of looping called audio architecture to construct both mod covers and original music. His compelling show enlightens and engages students with slices of culture through demonstrations as well as a continuous theme of positivity.
Christopher Carter: Freaky mind games
Tuesday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m. PT
Join on Zoom
Passcode: 388222 | Webinar ID: 957 9452 7738
Christopher Carter reads people. Much more than that, he makes the art of reading people electrifying. For over 20 years, Christopher Carter has astonished audiences around the world with his high energy performances. He’s appeared at over 3,000 college campuses and 1,000 corporate and association events.
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