The concoction of the last day of October and Western Michigan University’s School of Music can only mean one thing: it’s time for the seventh annual TubaWEEN concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Senior Heather Ewer is one of the members participating in this year’s festivities.
“People should come because it’s hilarious, will crack them up and I just think it’s a feel good experience,” Ewer said.
Ewer said that TubaWEEN is a joint production involving the tuba and euphonium studios where they put on a skit. This year’s theme is based on Harry Potter and is called ‘Harry Tuber.’
“People should expect jokes about music or about Harry Potter or about everything random in between,” Ewer said.
Ewer said that the script of the skit was written by Jordan Green.
“I’d say it’s 15 people on stage with a pit band of five,” Ewer said.
Ewer said that students should wear their Halloween costumes and that admission is free, but donations are accepted.
“And we provide candy,” Ewer said.
Ewer said she thinks that it’s good because it’s indoors and a safe place during Halloween.
“I’m just kind of expecting a good time,” Ewer said.
Admission to TubaWEEN is free and open to the general public. The event will begin at 7:30 p.m. this evening.