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Review: CMTS’s “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

Bwogger Sarah Harty reviews Columbia Musical Theater Society’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”, directed by Nina Lam BC ’19, produced by Emeline Bookspan BC ’18, stage managed by Clare Bradley CC ’20, and choreographed by Harmony Maria Graziano CC ’19, with Anna Bryan CC ’18 as the Music Director.  Like most […]

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Absurdly Funny: Bwog Reviews CUPlayers’ Jumpers

Last night, Bwog writer Gabrielle Kloppers was honored to attend the opening night of Jumpers, a play satirizing academic philosophy by likening it to badly performed gymnastics. The play was written by renowned playwright Tom Stoppard, who also wrote Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, a Bwog favorite. Although it may concern unskilled competitive gymnasts, the […]

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In Case You Weren’t Reading…

Bwog would have liked to do a QuickSpec this morning—nothing like making snarky comments to shake off a final-induced haze. To its dismay, no Year-in-Review issue appears on the Spec website, and Bwog had to wait ’til lunch today to actually read one in print. It’s 20 pages, almost 11 of which are ads. The […]

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The Big Kiss—High Art Edition

Bwog Correspondent Mark Holden reports: The Big Kiss II went down last Saturday, this time at the Whitney Museum. Apparently, an art professor thought it would be hilarious if a bunch of college kids started smooching in the middle of his exhibition. Which is exactly what happened. This Big Kiss didn’t achieve the Low Steps […]

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