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Bulletpoints Over Broadway

The Barnard College Activities Office has sent out an email advertising cheap tickets to Broadway shows. Which, in theory, is great. But the list of available shows is less than thrilling:

 


 

 

 

 

 

Though Bwog hears David Hyde Pierce was great in Name of Show, the dates just don’t really work out. 

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6 Comments

  • barnard student says:

    @barnard student the email i got was complete… dates and times included

  • barnard student 2 says:

    @barnard student 2 my email was complete as well.

    this bwog post fails.

    1. and yet says:

      @and yet bwog’s e-mail wasn’t complete…so your comment fails.

  • barnard student 3 says:

    @barnard student 3 nah, it was just another reason for bwog to make fun of barnard is all.

  • barnard student 4 says:

    @barnard student 4 See! We CAN count this high.

  • barnard student 6 says:

    @barnard student 6 But NOT further!

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