You are bidding on 4 tickets to The Museum of Science and Industry and Four (4) tickets to WAA~MU 2015 at Northwestern University!
Illinois is a state seeped in excitement and adventure. During your visit, explore the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere and enjoy live science experiences at the Museum of Science and Industry. Then stop by Northwestern University for the 84th Annual WAA-MU original production of GOLD!
Spark your imagination and indulge your curiosity in the Museum's engaging exhibits. From the beloved Coal Mine to the latest temporary exhibit, you'll be exposed to bold science and interactive learning experiences in an eye-opening, awe-inspiring environment.
About WAA-MU Show at Northwestern University
The WAA-MU Show is Northwestern University's own original musical, written, performed, and presented by Northwestern students.
The Waa-Mu Show's quirky name stands for the two organizations that banded together to present the first show in 1929, the Women's Athletic Association (W.A.A.) and the Men's Union (M.U.). Since then, Waa-Mu has become a virtual institution for budding young theatrical talent. As Northwestern’s oldest theatrical tradition, The Waa-Mu Show provides undergraduates with the unparalleled opportunity to create an original musical each year. Students serve as leaders in every aspect of development from conception through production to create a show exploring themes and stories that inspire us as college students, challenge us as musical theatre artists, and engage us with our surrounding communities.
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Family Pass to The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago!
Passes expire March 31, 2016
Four (4) tickets to WAA~MU 2015 at Northwestern University
This voucher is redeemable for: four (4) tickets to WAA~MU 2015: GOLD running in Cahn Auditorium May 1st through May 10th, 2015.
This voucher is valid for all performance days and times.
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