Culturalist Challenge! Rank The Top 10 Post-Hamilton Projects You’re Stoked For

first_img from $149.00 The staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.This cast is nonstop! Hamilton faves Lin-Manuel Miranda, Phillipa Soo and Leslie Odom Jr. will perform one last time (for now) in the Tony-winning tuner on July 9—but don’t despair, Hamilfans! There will still be numerous opportunities to catch the historical hit’s original players; just look at Tony nominee Jonathan Groff, who played his last performance as King George on April 9 (and has already returned to the Richard Rodgers to film the musical). Tony winner and vlogger Leslie Odom Jr. will follow up the release of his self-titled solo album with a concert tour; in addition, Tony winner Cady Huffman told that she recently did a reading of a musical adaptation of The Sting, with Odom Jr. in the Robert Redford role. Soo already has her next Great White Way gig lined up with Amelie, and Miranda has a slew of new projects that will continue to make us wonder whether he actually sleeps or not. So, which post-Ham project are you the most excited for? Social Media Manager Caitlyn Gallip kicked off the challenge with her top 10. Don’t throw away your shot! Let us know!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites.STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Click “rearrange list” to order your selections. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on! Related Shows Hamilton View Commentslast_img read more

Wartburg offering this year’s students free tuition for a fifth year

first_imgWAVERLY — Wartburg College in Waverly is offering a tuition-free fifth year to all full-time students enrolled for the upcoming fall and spring semesters. Wartburg president Darrel Colson said the idea began to germinate this past spring as a way to help students who’re missing out on what he calls the “Wartburg Experience.”“We had to make the pivot back in March and stop so many of the activities that are important to students for the whole spring,” Colson saod, “and then as we looked toward this coming year we realized that so many of the activities important to students are going to have to be at the very least modified and, in some cases, they’re not going to happen at all.”Colson says many students enroll at Wartburg because of the “full package” of activities, like music and sports as well as work and service experiences.“I’m a former professor and so there’s a part of me that wants to say that what goes on in the classroom, what goes on in the academic environment is the most important part,” Colson said during an interview with Radio Iowa. “But it’s interesting, our students don’t really draw a distinction between the two. For them, it’s a seamless whole.”Wartburg’s fall semester will begin earlier than usual, on Wednesday, August 26th and classroom instruction will conclude at Thanksgiving. As of today, Colson expects up to 1600 students to start the fall semester. That’s higher enrollment than a year ago.“Every week with this coronavirus brings so many new challenges,” Colson said. “We fully expect a lot of students to show up on that first day, but we know that things can happen between now and then.”The free fifth year of tuition is offered to all Wartburg students enrolled in the 2020-21 school year, not just seniors. Colson said he’s not sure how many will choose that option.“We don’t anticipate that we’ll be overrun and have to hire additional faculty. We think that the numbers will be manageable,” he said. “Even if they’re not, we’re committed to this project and this opportunity.”The very first class of Wartburg students met in Michigan — in 1852. After moving to other cities in Iowa and Illinois, Wartburg settled in Waverly in 1935. Colson has been the institution’s president since 2009.last_img read more