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On Saturday, October 15, Events Editor Ava Slocum attended the Lenfest Center for the Arts’s production of Orlando, Sarah Ruhl’s theatrical adaptation of the Virginia Woolf novel. The Lenfest Center’s production was an MFA acting thesis, featuring six members of Columbia School of the Arts’s 2023 graduating class.

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Migration and gender politics is the theme for this week’s EEOC, featuring events centered on gender, sexuality, and movement through places and times.

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Interested in energy policy? Bulgarian novels? Brazilian politics? Then this week’s events roundup may be for you!

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Last weekend from February 24 to 27, the Lenfest Center for the Arts presented the comedy Der Ring Gott Farblonjet, an MFA directing thesis from current student Phoebe Brooks. Deputy Events Editor and Ring Cycle enthusiast Ava Slocum attended the Saturday matinee of this vastly abridged parody of Richard Wagner’s four-opera saga.

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This past Wednesday, Staff Writer Ava Slocum attended an online reading of Asiimwe Deborah Kawe’s play Appointment with gOD, presented as part of the 2021 Columbia University School of the Arts International Play Reading Festival through the Lenfest Center for the Arts.

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