Written by Sarah Harty
November 17, 20175:53 pm 0 Comments
“Written In The Stars” opened Thursday night at the Kraft Center for Jewish Life. The cast is made up of Madison Andrus (CC ’21) , Jack Becker (CC ’21), Camryn Bolkin (GS/JTS ’21), Elli Furukawa (BC ’20), Alison Kahn (BC ’21), Habin Lee (SEAS ’18), Chrisanthi Livadiotis, Sarina Maurice (BC/JTS ’21), Louisa Melcher (CC ’20), Brent Morden (CC ’19), Gabriel Pont (CC/JTS ’20), Carys Snyder (CC ’19), and Rachael Whitley (BC ’21). The show is stage managed by Anna Fondiller (BC ’19) and features choreography by Juliana Forrest (BC ’19), music direction by Morden, and lighting design by Leora Lupkin (BC ’20). Tickets are free and seats can be reserved here.
A Western-themed musical comedy set in outer space sounds like a lot to take on, and a lot to take in. But the cheers of audience members at David Treatman’s (GS/JTS ’20) podcast-inspired, but still original story proved that he didn’t bite off more than he could chew. The witty dialogue, kitschy half-rhymes, and impressive body paint made for an enjoyable evening.
“Written in the Stars” tells the story of Sparks Nevada (Jack Becker), a Martian marshal who is in fact from Earth, and his friends and foes, both human and extraterrestrial. Sparks’ job is righting the outlaw wrongs on Mars, but he has personal issues to deal with as well. His girlfriend isn’t fitting in with the other residents of the planet, someone else wants his job and is willing to kill for it, and a group of mutant bandits are out to get him. What is he to do?
Find out what he is to do and see fun photos after the jump!
Tags: also support student theatre, this was so fun, written in the stars
Written by Bwog Staff
November 17, 20172:04 pm 0 Comments
What to caption thisThat is only thirteen words?Whoops. Made a haiku.
Last week in this indie publication called The New York Times, users submitted stories to the Modern Love column. The catch: they were only thirteen words long. We gave this exercise a stab with some Columbia-inspired shorts.
We met at 1020, even though you don’t go here. Now we’re inseparable.
He had an essay due, yet texted me back anyway. Not for long.
Word of advice: don’t bang someone in your Lit Hum class.
We hit it off at 1020, then you whisked me away to Juilliard.
More stories after the break.
Tags: if you have one you'd like to share leave it in the comments, im not going to make all the tags thirteen words. too much work, poetry by gary. meow meow meow meow; meow meow meow meow; meow meow
Written by Zack Abrams
November 17, 201710:00 am 2 Comments
We’ve come a long way since… whatever this is.
Happening Around The World: The Nigerian women’s bobsled team is heading to the 2018 Winter Olympics after crowdfunding $75,000 for their Olympic bid and qualifying over several races. Feel free to make as many Cool Runnings jokes as you want in the comments. (ABC News)
Happening In The US: Minnesota Senator Al Franken has apologized after a photo surfaced of him groping a sleeping woman’s breasts, along with a testimonial by that woman about how Franken forcibly kissed her. He is now facing bipartisan calls for an ethics investigation. (Washington Post)
Happening In NYC: A 30-year-old Australian diplomat has fallen to his death off a Lower East Side apartment during a “trust game” while celebrating the ‘yes’ vote in Australia towards marriage equality. (New York Times)
Happening At Columbia: Today is the Day of Data! Come by Lerner today for a variety of panels, workshops, and events. I’m especially excited for “Data Driven Journalism,” which has two panelists from Buzzfeed!
Overheard: “You know there’s a guy with a very similar style to you… I think it’s because you both use drugs”
Bop of the Day:
Tags: dont play with gravity, gravity: not just a suggestion, gravity: not just for sandra bullock, gravity: so attractive, justice league was surprisingly terrible, see lady bird instead of justice league
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