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Diapers And Dwarf Hamsters At LateNite’s 2019 Spring Anthology

Two LateNite virgins popped their cherry last night. Check out the show for FREE tonight and tomorrow night at the Lerner Blackbox Theatre. 

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Latenite Brings The Weird Side Of Youtube To The Stage

Like Bwoggers before me, I was not truly prepared for the madness of Latenite. The comedy group for new and original student theatre put on their semesterly Anthology show, a collection of seven sketches written, directed, and acted by Columbia students. The pieces ranged from vulgar to absurd, in case their photo on Facebook didn’t […]

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A Late Review Of Spring Latenite

This year, we ignored our haphazardly implemented tradition of making the outgoing EIC review the semi-annual Latenite comedy show, and instead we sent an under-qualified daily editor to check it out. Mason Amelotte thusly brings you his review of Latenite Theatre: Spring 2015 Anthology. This year’s three night spring anthology showcased nine short plays that were written […]

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