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Introducing The V123 Creative Team

Another year, another Veesh! Co-producers Alana Koenig (BC’18) and Rachel Andres (BC’19) recently announced the members of the creative team that will ultimately bring you the Varsity Show’s 123rd production. Hopefully, Kyle Marshall’s extensive experience with the Varsity Show will enable him to avoid the pitfalls of the past, and the new writers will hopefully be able to […]

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Introducing The V122 Creative Team

Well, you made it, C-team. Co-producers Haley Schoeck (BC ’16) and Michaela Schwartz (BC ’18) recently announced the members of the creative team for this year’s Varsity Show, and the list features a few newcomers—congratulations to all of them for being intelligent, witty, and apparently, creative. We all know they have a ton of material […]

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V-Show 119 C-Team Announced

We are pleased to announce the creative team that will be bringing you Columbia’s 119th Varsity Show! With a few new faces, several old ones, and one actor-turned-director, we can’t wait to see what this team puts together. Producers: Ally Engelberg (BC ’15, Publicity V118) and Laura Quintela (CC ’14) Writers: Isabel Lopez (CC ’13) […]

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