Have you noticed the darkening skies? Do you find your mood darkening as well? Have you locked yourself in a room with chocolate and Netflix for two days? Madysen Luebke, Bwog’s artistic spirit animal, and also Arts Editor, has the key to your lock. Go see a show this weekend, and let us know how it is. And if you hear of any other events, be sure to submit them to email@example.com. It may just be the key to someone else’s self-induced isolation chamber.
Columbia’s Black Theatre Ensemble presents the play Bulrusher this weekend in the Lerner Black Box. This play, centering around an orphan’s journey of self-discovery, runs November 15-17 at 8pm. Tickets are only $5 with CUID.
Columbia Musical Theatre Society presents the Rodger and Hammerstein musical Carousel this weekend in Roone. With a cast and crew of over 60 people, this production is sure to provide an evening’s entertainment. Shows run Thursday and Friday at 8pm, and Sunday at 2pm for only $5 with CUID.
Take a break from work and see some dance this weekend at Colab’s Fall Showcase! They’ll be performing in the Glicker-Milstein theatre Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm, as well as Saturday at 2pm, all for free!
This weekend, NOMADS presents their two day play festival dedicated to pieces written by Columbia/Barnard Students. For two nights only, you can experience the work three playwrights have been making the past two and a half months. So go see some new, free theatre Friday and Saturday at 8pm in the Ella Weed room, 2nd floor of Milbank.
The Columbia Wind Ensemble’s first concert of the year is Thursday at 8pm in Miller Theatre. Best part? It’s free.
In honor of The Jester’s first edition of the year, they’re throwing a very entertaining launch party, featuring performances by Fruit Paunch, Chowdah, Control Top and more! So stop by John Jay at 8pm, and check it out!
In Roone this saturday, Asian American Alliance is bringing back their annual charity showcase, cultureSHOCK! Performing are a number of Columbia performance groups such as Raw Elementz, CU Raas, Awkwafina, String Theory, and many more. The show starts at 7pm, but your ticket will also get you dinner starting at 6:30pm, all for only $10!
The Orlando String Quartet will be performing at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 145 W. 46th St., courtesy of Miller Theatre. Tickets to see their program of Medieval and Renaissance are still only $7 with CUID.
Miller Theatre presents The Catalyst Quartet this Tuesday at 6pm for free!
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