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Books and plays and exhibits, oh my! ArtistHop is a new column spotlighting talented artists in the Columbia community who have recently done something notable. This week, we sat down with Sila Puhl, producer for KCST’s The Winter’s Tale, which went up last weekend in the Glicker-Milstein Theater. Name, school/year, and tools of your trade? […]

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Books and plays and exhibits, oh my! ArtistHop is a new column spotlighting talented artists in the Columbia community who have recently done something notable. This week, we profile Brent Morden, composer for the upcoming musical Once Upon a Fortnight and the 125th Annual Varsity Show. Name, school/year, and tools of your trade? Brent A. Morden. Columbia […]

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Books and plays and exhibits, oh my! ArtistHop is a new column spotlighting talented artists in the Columbia community who have recently done something notable. This week, we profile Eden Gordon (BC ’19), writer and musical director for the original NOMADS play premiering this weekend, The Other Side. 1. Name, school/year, and tools of your trade? Eden Arielle Gordon, Barnard […]

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