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Carousing With Carousel

This weekend, CMTS is presenting alums Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel. The final performance is tomorrow at 2 pm in Roone. Bwog editor Alexandra Svokos caroused. Before I get into a review of CMTS’s Carousel, I have to get one thing out of the way: to our modern Columbia sensibilities, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel is, well, problematic. The female […]

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CUPAL Presents: Opera Untapped

CUPAL Presents: Opera Untapped was this past Thursday and Friday night in the Lerner Black Box. Our world-famous opera connoisseur and critic, Alexandra Svokos, was in the audience. Experience the enchantment! If you happen to know me at all, you know I want nothing more than a world in which everyone is a loud and […]

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The Best of All Possible College Candides

CMTS’s Candide will be performed again at the Lerner Black Box tonight and tomorrow at 8 pm.  Last night, Alexandra Svokos checked out the premiere. As Shelley Farmer, BC’14, director of Candide says in her playbook note, the show is “a nightmare to stage.”  With wars, castles, and locales from Uruguay to Portugal to Turkey, it is […]

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