You’re in the home stretch. Stick it out; you’re almost there! Motivate yourself to actually write that paper due last week with this week’s cultural campus offerings, courtesy of achingly artsy Arts Editor Madysen Luebke.
- Black Theater Ensemble and CMTS have teamed up to bring Passing Strange to Columbia! You can see this rock musical Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 8 pm in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre for only $5 with CUID.
- The Barnard Dances at Miller are back and better than ever! This semester will feature works by Twyla Tharp, Robert LaFosse, and a restaging of a Martha Graham piece! Catch it in Miller Theatre Friday and Saturday at 7 pm or Saturday at 2 pm for only $12 with CUID.
- The Tempest
- It’s that time of year again when Senior theater majors need to direct play for the thesis! You can catch Alejandra Duque’s production of Fear and Misery of the Third Reich in the Minor Latham Playhouse Thursday at 7 pm, Friday at 8 Pm or Saturday at 4 pm, all for free.
- Another senior thesis play is Far Away, directed by Lilla Goettler. You can find it in the Minor Latham Playhouse Thursday at 8 pm, Friday at 9 pm or Saturday at 7 pm, all for free.
- But wait! There’s another senior thesis play in the Minor Latham Theater! This one is called Hamletmachine and is directed by Naomi Boyce. Show times are Thursday at 9 pm and Saturday at either 2 pm or 8 pm. Again, still free.
- The Final senior thesis show is The Love of Don Perlimplin and Belissa in the Garden directed by Alexis Wilcock. It’ll run in the Minor Latham Playhouse Friday at 7 pm or Saturday at 3 pm and 9 pm. For Free.
- Columbia School of the Arts presents Cafe, a new play by Raquel Almazan. Catch is in the Schapiro Theater Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 pm and Saturday at 2 pm. Tickets are free with reservation.
- Catch some end-of-the-year Jazz with the Columbia Jazz Ensembles end of the year concerts! They’ll be held in the UTS social hall Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Both shows are free.