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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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Senior Staff Writer James Perry and Deputy Arts Editor Grace Novarr attended the Barnard College Department of Theatre’s production of Orlando by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Ran Xia.

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