Stories from "Art"


 The Poison Drips Through: Succession and the Consequences of Child Abuse.

How HBO’s best series grapples with trauma, family, and mental health themes.

by Madison Thompson  •  May 13, 2024

Civic Center 23-24 Season Closes Curtains

Students and Staff reflect on their favorite 2023 - 2024 Civic Center season shows.

by Noa Nyguard  •  Apr 8, 2024

Holy Grail + Spamalot

Comparing the similarities and differences between “Monty Python's The Holy Grail” and “Monty Python's Spamalot”

by Noa Nyguard  •  Feb 27, 2024

How Much of These Hills Is Gold deconstructs the mythos of the Old West

How Much of These Hills Is Gold by C. Pam Zhang explores American history through new eyes

by Madison Thompson  •  Feb 6, 2024

Snowstruck: Reflecting on cancellation of Waukee Starstruck

Waukee students and directors reflect on this year's StarStruck cancellation

by Noa Nyguard  •  Feb 5, 2024

Mean Girls: The 2024 Remake

Twenty years later, Mean Girls will be in theaters once more

by emilyfredericks  •  Jan 8, 2024

Waukee’s Wrapped!

What's new about Spotify’s 2023 Wrapped and how do students feel about it?

by Noa Nyguard  •  Jan 4, 2024

The Hunger Games: A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and how it gives a whole new life to the original three books.

by emilyfredericks  •  Nov 21, 2023

Double Double Toil and Trouble!

Waukee Theatre Arts is putting on the cursed play Macbeth, but you may ask yourself, why is the show cursed?

by Noa Nyguard  •  Oct 12, 2023

Lights, Camera, Strike!

On May 2nd, 2023, Writers went on strike until current times. Many writers were upset because they weren’t getting enough money, especially from streaming websites like Netflix. They also wanted to make sure that artificial intelligence wouldn’t replace them in writing. The strike began in May of 2023 when big…

by Sarah Medher  •  Oct 12, 2023