The NOTOrious case of The Final Friday Frame-Up
The artists and shop owners of Topeka’s beloved arts district, NOTO, are in a furry over the news that beloved art patron, Art Framer (played by special guest Sheriff Herman Jones), announces his decision to sell half of the property in NOTO to an out of town developer names Lois Price. Her nationwide art discount chain store, The Art Hole, threatens to close down the local arts scene with cheap imported and poorly created factory art. But before Art Framer can sign the deal, he drops dead at the ceremony, leaving behind a slew of crazy suspects. Was it Jay Walker, president of the Creative Regional Artists and Painters (C.R.A.P.)? Or was it Lisa Tu-owen, the zany portrait artist with an obsession for framer. Or maybe Al Fresco, the Italian artist with immense passion? Or the lovely seductress and former wife of the deceased, Franny Francesca Frederica Framer? It’s up to Detective Saul Lucien and his assistant Officer Billy Club to find the killer . . . but they’ll need your help in
The Case of the Final Friday Frame-Up.
Party for a Cause on June 8.
Take part in an interactive murder mystery event performed in six scenes on a variety of stages. Stop in-between each stage and enjoy food from local vendors, libations and more. It is an evening you won’t want to miss.
Artwork by Staci Dawn Ogle, Staci Dawn’s Light
A powerhouse five-piece rock band. A seveneightfive favorite.
Kangaroo Ali is driven by generations worth of influences that are exposed in the roots of their writing. Specializing in a unique brand of electric rock and soul, Kangaroo Ali is a different kind of animal that hits hard with a sound that’s loud and proud.
Jeffrey Hix – Vocals
Ryan McGowan – Guitar
Brett Branam – Guitar
Matt Elton – Bass
Nico Williams – Drums
Featured in seveneightfive magazine
Winner of 2017 V100 Battle of the Band
Laugh Lines improv comedy shows pack the house and perform comedy sketches and games based on audience suggestions.
You won’t want to miss a single exciting evening with this troupe of comics that have become a Topeka tradition at Topeka Civic Theatre. WARNING: Laugh Lines humor is not suitable for all audiences.
The “Best of Valentines” Show, FEB 16 + 17, will feature favorite skits from the past 23 Annual Valentine’s Comedy Shows.
After an exhilarating evening of live music at the 11th Annual Jam4Dan, I ventured upstairs to Two Wolves Studio to try this new Virtual Reality Art creation. I was blown away… Alexander Lancaster, gallery owner and collective member, caught me moments after for feedback. Here are my raw thoughts.
Two Wolves’ artists, Alexandra and Aaron host Virtual Reality art sessions each weekend at Two Wolves Studio, 114 SW 8th Ave.
Wearing Virtual Reality goggles, hand controllers and Google Tilt Brush you can choose from a variety of amazing backgrounds, tools and mediums to create your own Virtual Art piece.
Virtual Art sessions are limited and solo. The cost is $15 for 20 minutes and $1 for each additional two minutes.
According to Alex and Aaron, satisfaction is guaranteed.
“This is a trippy experience!”
Walk-ins are welcome, but priority is given to those with an appointment. Sign up here.