A Chorus Line
April 6-11, Cobb Great Hall.
Enjoy the occasional kickline? Want to see some tapping and twirling from a Tony-Award-winning musical? Get tickets for A Chorus Line at the Wharton Center to see 17 performers battle it out for the chance to do what they’ve always wanted – dance.
Tunnel of Oppression
April 7, 6 p.m. at the MSU Union Ballroom.
Though it might not be the happiest show you’ve ever seen, the tunnel will expose you to real-life experiences of poverty and oppression. Take the time to find out what injustices are going on in the world. In collaboration with Amnesty and Peace over Prejudice campaign.
Public Observation at the Observatory
April 16, 9 p.m.
Looking for a cheap date? Grab a blanket and head to the observatory at dusk to do some stargazing. A 24-inch telescope and several smaller ones will be set up in the parking lot to check out some planets, moons and the Milky Way. Plus, MSU astronomers will be on hand to help you tell the difference between a satellite and a shooting star.
Horticulture Club’s Spring Show
April 17-18, Plant and Soil Sciences Conservatory.
Daisies and roses and tulips, oh my! Come check out the Horticulture Club’s Spring Show with this year’s theme, “Alice in Flower Land.” It features an installed landscape design, plant sale and guest speakers. Proceeds go to fund student competitions and scholarships.
Sparty’s Spring Party
April 24, 2 to 6 p.m., Demonstration Field.
Featuring free food, an obstacle course, rock climbing walls and a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, Sparty’s Spring Party is the perfect way to spend some time outside while putting off studying for finals a little bit longer. And be sure to head to the Auditorium April 25 at 7 p.m. for a concert featuring Cobra Starship. It’s sure to make the “good girls go bad.”