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We’re all back on campus, so you know what that means: every single performance group is once again soliciting actors, musicians, and other creative types to staff its shows for the semester. Audition season isn’t as insane this semester as it was in the fall, but Hamilton will still be crowded with solos and Shakespeare monologues each night this […]

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Looking for comedy that has nothing to do with making fun of Trump/Paul Ryan/politics? Look no further than Latenite’s Spring Anthology 2018. Senior Staffer Abby Rubel gives her thoughts on the production. Latenite’s Spring Anthology is a night of sketch comedy. The shortest sketch is probably under a minute; none are longer than about 20 […]

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In their first production of the fall semester, the Columbia University Players present Christopher Durang’s “Baby with the Bathwater,” a dark comedy about child-rearing, directed by Max Fiest CC ’17. Last night, Bwog newbie Lexie Lehmann had the chance to sit in on the play’s dress rehearsal. Below are some of her thoughts! (Content warnings for the […]

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