Where Art Thou?
Written by Bwog Staff
Midterms slowly destroying your soul? Rejuvenate it at some of this week’s local cultural happenings, brought to you by resident artiste and arts editor Madysen Luebke.
- That’s right, V-Day is finally here with their annual performance of The Vagina Monologues. However, this time the performance has a controversial cast of all “self-identified women of color.” So go see what all the hype was about either Thursday at 8 pm or Friday at 10:30 pm in Roone Arledge Auditorium. Tickets are $5 with CUID or $8 for a joint ticket with Black History Month’s Fashion Show.
- King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe is at it again, but this time not with any Shakespeare. This weekend is KCST’s 9th Annual Egg & Peacock 24-Hour Play Festival. What is a 24-Hour play festival? It doesn’t mean that you’ll see 24 hours worth of plays, but that every show you see Saturday night at either 8 pm or 10:30 pm in the Lerner Black Box was written, cast, rehearsed, and performed all within only 24 hours. So go see how talented your classmates are, or better yet join them at the audition Saturday at 8 am in the Black Box!
- Columbia Classical Players and the Columbia Armenian Club are collaborating this weekend for the first time ever to bring classical Armenian music to life at 7 pm in the Sulzberger Parlor, third floor of Barnard Hall.
Tasty lookin’ raw egg via Shutterstock
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