How many seasons of your favorite Netflix show were you hoping to watch this weekend? Subtract a few episodes from that count, because Bwog’s Killer Art Buff, Kyra Bloom, is bringing you more exciting and sociable cultural options. If you know of a relevant arts-related event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A private, college-only viewing of Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years at the Met from 7 to 10 pm. The event is sponsored by The College Group at the Met, and features refreshments, a photo booth, and more. The exhibit runs through December. Tonight is free with your RSVP.
Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day presented by Columbia University Players (CUP) in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre at 8 pm. The piece chronicles “the experiences of a group of German intellectuals and artists during the Weimar Republic as well as an American woman living in Berlin at the fall of the Wall” and continues through Saturday. $5 with CUID.
ShakeShorts- ShortShakes! by the King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe (KCST) at 8 pm in the Black Box Theatre. Presented in five 15-minute scenes, five different directors reimagine classic Shakespeare “one final time before the impending apocalypse.” Continues through Saturday. $5 Free with CUID.
The Eye Magazine’s Night of Campus Comedy at 8:30 pm in 304 Barnard Hall. Performers include Fruit Paunch, Chowdah, Control Top, and surprise stand-up acts.
Another Night of Comedy with Jester and Double Exposure on Friday at 9 pm at ADP. The lineup includes Fruit Paunch, Control Top, the Jester Staff, and short films with Chaplin, Monty Python, the Marx Brothers, and more. Donations suggested.
Fall Study Break by Columbia Clefhangers in Wien Lounge at 9 pm. Clever posters of group members with Emma Watson (The Perks of Being a Clefhanger) have been sighted, and with “new arrangements” and “unforgettable favorites,” the performance should have something for everyone.