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We Can Dance If We Want To…

Well actually, we can’t, but Columbia Ballet Collaborative can. Their new video, featuring Kaitlyn Gilliland and James Lasky, is amazing and should be watched. Choreographer Gus Reed has outdone himself.

Unfortunately, CBC’s performances for this semester have passed, but they will be having another show in February. In the meantime, they offer free ballet classes every Saturday from 10:30 am to 12 pm in Barnard Hall. So, you know, if you want to learn how to dance like they do in this video…better get started now.

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  • Dear James Lasky, says:

    @Dear James Lasky, It is unfair to the rest of humanity that you look like that.

    1. true says:

      @true It would be one thing if you just had those dancing abilities and that musculature… people can work towards that. But then you add on the square jaw, the blonde hair, and that face… please be the sperm donor for my babies.

      1. Hey Girl says:

        @Hey Girl FWIW, a nip, a tuck and a dye job can still grant you the bulwark of the rest of those things. Keep strivin’ if you so desire.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous James Lasky is the platonic form of a man. I once took a class with him and though I would eventually get used to being the presence of such beauty. Nope.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Gus Reed is THE GREATEST.

  • interested says:

    @interested where in barnard hall are the classes?

    does bwog even know that ‘barnard hall’ isn’t specific enough

    1. nah bro says:

      @nah bro lol if u wanted more specific names u shouldve gone 2 columbia lmao

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