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Preview: Gimme Gimme MOrchesis

Orchesis: A Dance Group presents their Fall Showcase, Gimme Gimme MOrchesis, in Roone Arledge Auditorium tonight at 10:30, and tomorrow again at 8:30 P.M. Bwog sent its resident Roone Rebel Rouser Renée Kraiem to the dress rehearsal and here’s what she reported back. If Gimme Gimme MOrchesis sets out to, in fact, give us more, […]

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But Soft, What Light Through Yonder Blackbox Breaks?

King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe puts on their rendition of Romeo and Juliet, directed by Elizabeth Power (CC’13), in the Glicker-Milstein Black Box on Lower Level 2 of the Diana Center yesterday, today, and tomorrow at 8 pm.  Visiting critic Mollie Krent reviews. Romeo and Juliet. I shan’t commence this review with a dull re-telling of […]

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Preview: CBC’s (Off Campus) Fall Concert

Following a semester at the forefront of campus discussion about their place on campus, the Columbia Ballet Collaborative presents their Fall Concert pretty legitimately not on campus this weekend. Bwog’s resident ballet barometer Renée Kraiem made the trek to last night’s dress rehearsal to see whether you should too. So let’s get the elephant out […]

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