Where Art Thou?
Written by Bwog Staff
So, it snowed. In October. Fearing the winter weather that lies ahead? Let Bwog’s Wednesday feature, Where Art Thou?, warm you up, or just make you “f*cking laugh.” If you want your censorship-themed event listed here, email [email protected].
- Just F*cking Laugh at Me!, at 9pm in Lerner Black Box today and tomorrow (Thursday). CUPAL Special Project written by Bob Vulfov and Eli Grober. The story follows two recent college graduates who live together and perform stand-up comedy in New York’s dingiest comedy clubs. Watch them as they deal with girlfriends, bookers, couches and peaches. Free.
- Songs of Innocence: Works by Bach, Vivaldi, Vaughn Williams, Poulenc, and Richard Pearson Thomas (premier) performed by Jeanne Goffi-Fynn, Dwight Manning, Nicole Becker, Jocelyn Stewart, and Richard Pearson Thomas 7pm at Milbank Chapel, 525 W. 120th St. btw Broadway and Amsterdam.
- Crown and Scepter Presents “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” 5:30pm and 9pm at Symphony Space on 95th St. and Broadway. The Crown and Scepter Theater Company is a brand new theater organization run by Columbia students. Tickets are $10 for CU students if you use the password “sw20n1y1″ on the Symphony Space website.
- Ramin Arjomand: Fall Solo Piano Concert, 8pm in Sulzberger Parlor, Barnard Hall. Composer/pianist Ramin Arjomand presents an original all-improvisation program. Free.
- CU Free Jazz Ensemble, 8:30pm in Dodge 112. Come down and experience the sonic universe of the Columbia University Free Jazz Ensemble, with wild harmonic and melodic content by Corey Dansereau (trumpet), Carl Majeau (sax), and Ben Caine (piano); sonic booms by Max Gorelick (guitar) and Caitlin Kelliher (bass); rhythmic refraction by Ian Marsanyi (drums), and Adam Reis (drums). Directed by Ole Mathisen. Free.