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On Friday, Staff Writer Grace Novarr attended CU BTE’s Facebook livestream of a new play by Cris Eli Blak.
Bwog sent a staff writer Vivian Klotz to the opening performance of Black Theatre Ensemble’s Festival of One Acts last night. Always in search of a good deal, the writer appreciated being able to see four plays for the price of one. The show is running once more in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Saturday, March 25, at […]
This semester’s production of Passing Strange is a joint effort between BTE (Columbia University’s Black Theatre Ensemble) and CMTS (The Columbia Musical Theatre Society). Never ones to miss a good show, we sent musical-theatre maven Julia Goodman to review. For those interested in seeing the show for themselves, the last performance is tonight at 8pm; […]
The Black Theatre Ensemble performed Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro this weekend on Friday and Saturday. Visiting reviewer Christina McCarver reviewed. Last night’s BTE’s production of Funnyhouse of a Negro by Adrienne Kennedy served as a reminder of the power of theatre when it is honest, thoughtful, and fearless. Rebecca Clark (CC ’13), took […]
Many great works of theatre are not completely autonomous, and in fact, are responses to other works. In Suzan-Lori Parks “Fucking A”, a dystopian molding of The Scarlet Letter is presented to produce a complex and intriguing work of new drama. Bwog’s Gabby Beans reports from Lerner 5. As the audience settled into their seats […]
Bwog’s Wednesday feature, Where Art Thou?, is here to keep you posted on what’s going on in the A&E department in Morningside Heights and beyond (basically all the cool events your friends are in/on/at). If you would like your club’s event, GYPSIES presents Park Deconstruction, posted on Bwog, now you can make it happen! E-mail us […]
Bwog’s Off-Off-But-Actually-On-Broadway Theater critic Matt Schantz reviews the semester’s first Black Box production: As the lights went up in the Lerner Black Box theater, Rebecca Clark, CC ’13, invited the audience aboard the Celebrity Slave Ship and instructed them to fasten their shackles. The audience tensed, unsure if they should laugh or cringe. Much of […]
Bwog’s new thursday feature, Where Art Thou?, is here to keep you posted on what’s going on in the A&E department in Morningside Heights. If you’d like your vegan performance installation listed, email us as email@example.com. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, hosted by Columbia’s School of the Arts at the Riverside Theatre. Tonight at 8 p.m. […]