Where Art Thou?
Written by Bwog Staff
October means more than just beer—it means theatre. Bwog’s weekly feature Where Art Thou? provides a list of theater, arts, and culture events that are happening in the Columbia community and beyond every weekend. If you’d like to advertise your Oktoberfest-themed event here, too, please email [email protected]
- Quarto’s Literary Open Mic, 8pm – 10pm in 413 Dodge. The official magazine of the Creative Writing department’s monthly soirée. Sign up at the door to read your mom’s Twitter, a short play, some good ol’ fashioned prose and anything in between. There will be plenty of edible, in addition to audible, delights.
- Postcrypt Coffeehouse Presents Folktober Fest: Open Stage, 7pm – 10pm in Wien Hall’s first floor lounge. Celebrate Folktober at Postcrypt Coffeehouse’s first annual all-student open stage. There will be a two song or ten minute maximum for each performer. All genres of music are welcome, but if you want to throw some slam poetry out there, they’ll take that too. E-mail [email protected] to reserve a spot or show up the night of.
- CU Players Presents: Chase Scenes, Friday and Saturday at 8pm in the Diana Black Box (aka VagBox, or the Glicker-Milstein Theatre). Columbia University Players presents a night of scenes from up-and-coming student theater directors. Witness five scenes, all taking place in different times and directed in different styles, but centered around a common idea: The Chase. Free. Tickets available at the TIC.
- Nomads presents Open Shop, 8pm – 10pm in Lerner E 477. A new weekly Nomads project to workshop new plays. The night will be broken up into two sessions: an open mic night, where anyone can feel free to bring some of their work, and a series of table readings from developing works.