Northwestern’s oldest theatrical tradition, The Waa-Mu Show, provides undergraduates with an unparalleled education in new musical theater development. Every year, over 100 students from across Northwestern participate as producers, writers, and performers in an original musical that inspires audiences and engages the surrounding communities. The Waa-Mu Show is a forerunner in the world of musical theater writing, giving undergraduate students a chance to serve as leaders in every aspect of the production's creation, including writing, orchestration, and performance. This year’s show will be filmed and released digitally this spring, following all recommended COVID-19 guidelines.
Waa-Mu strives to be an accessible community that celebrates creativity, collaboration, and tradition. By sharing stories that engage the hearts and minds of Northwestern’s campus, as well as those of the greater community, the show aspires to give students an unparalleled experience that prepares them to lead and advance the world of musical theater.
About THE SECRET OF CAMP ELLIOTT:
The outdoors, some friendly competition, and a conspiracy? In the summer of 1977, three best friends arrive for their first summer of fun at Camp Elliott, where all the campers are divided into two teams which will go head-to-head in a series of challenges in order to win Camp Elliott’s annual competition. Throughout the summer, these campers seek out victory, love, and liberation, but they soon discover that not everything is as it seems. When camp becomes the location for some very mysterious and seemingly supernatural events, they must put aside their differences in order to unveil THE SECRET OF CAMP ELLIOTT!