Where Art Thou?
Written by Bwog Staff
How many seasons of your favorite Netflix show were you hoping to watch this weekend? Subtract a few episodes from that count, because Bwog’s Killer Art Buff, Kyra Bloom, is bringing you more exciting and sociable cultural options. If you know of a relevant arts-related event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A private, college-only viewing of Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years at the Met from 7 to 10 pm. The event is sponsored by The College Group at the Met, and features refreshments, a photo booth, and more. The exhibit runs through December. Tonight is free with your RSVP.
- Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day presented by Columbia University Players (CUP) in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre at 8 pm. The piece chronicles “the experiences of a group of German intellectuals and artists during the Weimar Republic as well as an American woman living in Berlin at the fall of the Wall” and continues through Saturday. $5 with CUID.
- ShakeShorts- ShortShakes! by the King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe (KCST) at 8 pm in the Black Box Theatre. Presented in five 15-minute scenes, five different directors reimagine classic Shakespeare “one final time before the impending apocalypse.” Continues through Saturday.
$5Free with CUID.
- The Eye Magazine’s Night of Campus Comedy at 8:30 pm in 304 Barnard Hall. Performers include Fruit Paunch, Chowdah, Control Top, and surprise stand-up acts.
- Another Night of Comedy with Jester and Double Exposure on Friday at 9 pm at ADP. The lineup includes Fruit Paunch, Control Top, the Jester Staff, and short films with Chaplin, Monty Python, the Marx Brothers, and more. Donations suggested.
- Fall Study Break by Columbia Clefhangers in Wien Lounge at 9 pm. Clever posters of group members with Emma Watson (The Perks of Being a Clefhanger) have been sighted, and with “new arrangements” and “unforgettable favorites,” the performance should have something for everyone.
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