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Where Art Thou?

But what is art?

Join Arts Editor Kyra Bloom in a walk on the wild side of art this week. As always, submit upcoming events to events@bwog.com.

Thursday

  • Barnard Theatre Department presents Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, directed by Alice Reagan.  Currently, all performances are sold out, but feel free to try stand-by at the Minor Latham Playhouse on Thursday at 8, Friday at 8, or Saturday at 3 and 8.
  • Latenite Theatre’s Fall Anthology opens.  Performed in the Lerner Black Box, this anthology has something for everyone: Frisbee, dogs playing basketball, Star Wars, gynecology, and more!  Tickets are free, but move quickly, because they will sell out.  Performances are Thursday at 11 pm, Friday at 11 pm, and Saturday at 8 and 11 pm.

Friday

  • The Black Theatre Ensemble presents Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro.  Performances are Friday at 8 pm and Saturday at 3 and 8 pm. $5 with CUID.  The group will also be hosting a talkback with the actors after each performance to discuss the themes and issues within the play.
  • Hoot Magazine is throwing a launch party and film screening to celebrate their sixth issue.  They will be showing the documentary Picture Me by model and former CU student Sara Ziff (GS ’11).  The film screening is at 7-8:30 pm in the 2nd Floor Diana Dining Room, and the reception will follow with live music by Chateau Rouge and others.  Free with CUID.

Saturday

  • The MaMa Project presents their Winter Preview Showcase in Studio 1of Barnard Hall at 8 pm.  Because of circumstances such as studying abroad, choreographers Kyley Knoerzer and Jaclyn Hoffman have adapted their project for those who cannot make the performance in March.  This show will include all completed works to date, with free admission for all.
  • Nonsequitur hosts their winter concert, NonseqWINTER Wonderland, in Wien Lounge at 6 pm.  There will be refreshments and wintery treats for sale as a fundraiser for Project for the Homeless.  Drink cider and listen to seasonal tunes all while feeling good about yourself.
  • Uptown Vocal presents their finals study break: Baby It’s Cold Outside.  The concert will be in Lerner C555 at 10 pm and will be sure to have jazzy, wintery tunes of the best kind.

Sunday

  • CU Wind Ensemble and Music Director Andrew Pease present the World Premiere of Edward Green’s Symphony for Band at 2 pm. Also being performed: Vincent Persichetti Pageant and Percy Grainger’s Shepherd’s Hey. Free with CUID.

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  • CBC says:

    @CBC And Columbia Ballet Collaborative’s The Nutcracker!!! 12/7 at 8pm & 9pm and 12/8 at 2pm. Tickets are FREE and should be reserved through the TIC (http://www.cuarts.com/calendar/view/type/4/event_id/15099). If you don’t get a ticket, still show up! We have a few extra chairs added per performance and we will be letting some additional people in from a wait list

  • ehem says:

    @ehem XMAS IS ON MONDAY!!!!!!!!!!

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