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The 115th Annual Varsity Show will be upon us in less than two weeks, for four all-too-brief performances. The February preview promised a choreographed exorcism and drunken freshmen first-years galore. Does it get any better? Yes, if you’re a Columbia College senior. Normally it’s five dollars to get in, but CC’09 is offering two hundred […]

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The cast of the 115th Varsity Show entered to raucous applause from the crowd of 100 packed into the back room of the West End (as it will forever remain, at least for V-Show purposes). Our host for the evening was this year’s narrative patriarch, retiring Dean Austin Quigley, caught up in reading his own […]

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Meet the cast and chorus (they’re calling them the “principals” and the “ensemble,” but no matter) and design team of the 115th Annual Varsity Show! It looks like nary a cast or chorus member of the 114th Annual Varsity Show has returned. Traditionally, cast members are notified of their acceptance by being hit in the […]

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Congratulations to this year’s creative team of the 115th Annual Varsity Show, which was announced via email mere minutes ago. Director: Thomas Anawalt CC’09 Producer: Rebecca Lewis CC’11 Producer: Darcy Zacharias CC’10 Writer: Erica Drennan CC’11 Writer: Rachel Leopold CC’10 Writer: Sam Reisman CC’10 Composer/Lyricist: Becky Greenstein BC’10 Composer/Lyricist: Matt Stauffer GS’09 Choreographer: Claire Halberstadt […]

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