Bwog’s new Constable of Culture, Kyra Bloom, spreads the word on arts-related events in the area, whether for your hot date or an evening alone. If you’d like us to know about a certain happening for next week, email email@example.com.
- A free pair of tickets to any show at The Living Room. It’s a race, so grab your girdle and golden apples and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, the show which you’re requesting, and the date. The list of upcoming shows looks promising, and tickets are first-come, first-served.
- Barnard Theatre Department’s Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl at 8 pm, directed by David Paul. A beautiful rendition of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth and “an interrogation of its place in contemporary cultural politics.” Continues Friday at 8 pm and Saturday at 3 and 8 pm. $5 with CUID.
- Cinema Thursdays: Voisin Voisines at 7:30 pm on the 2nd floor of Buell Hall (La Maison Française). Movies are usually screened every Thursday at the same time, followed by a moderated discussion en français. Free with CUID, and great for practicing your French!
- Ghost-Writing, a literary open mic presented by Quarto and the IRC at 8 pm. Come and share your scariest stuff
in the IRCat Hillel’s Kraft Center at 606 W 115th St on the 5th floor.
- Museum Meet-Up: Music in Images at The Cloisters. Join Columbia’s Chair of Music Humanities Susan Boynton on a guided tour of the Met’s Medieval Europe branch. Free standby reservations will be accepted in person at 2 pm in Lerner Lobby.
- BaccHAUNTae at 6:30 pm. The lovely ladies of Bacchantae perform their first concert of the semester in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre on the Lower Level 2 of Diana. Special guest performance by Carnegie Mellon’s The Originals included. Free, and you don’t even have to remember your CUID.
- The Muse’s Voice, a panel and performance featuring New York Women Composers at 7 pm in Sulzberger Parlor, 3rd floor of Barnard Hall. Panelists include Marie Incontrera, self-described “composer, wayward pianist, and heavy metal ballerina”; Faye-Ellen Silverman, BC ’68, composer of The Miracle of Nemirov; and Rain Worthington of the New York Women Composers. To top it all off, students will perform music by these women after the discussion. Free.
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