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Tickets for the 119th Varsity Show are on sale! Get thee to the Tic Center or just click our handy dandy link right here to make sure you don’t miss out! The show runs from May 3rd to 5th. Buy your tickets now. You know you want to.  

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The evening began informally with Olivia Harris, CC ’14, jiving around the small stage, which was enough to put any audience member in a good mood.  She sassily sang along to the classic songs the band was playing, making us wish we could have heard more of her voice later on in the preview.  When the full cast […]

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Scuttle a few blocks down Broadway tonight to get a first glimpse at the 119th Annual Varsity Show. There will be two previews at Havana Central (Broadway between 113th and 114th), at 8 and 10:30. $3 tickets will be sold at the door. Marvel at the musical ability and lung capacity of your peers, wonder […]

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A late-night email (4:17 am, to be exact) from producers Ally Engelberg and Laura Quintela let us know what lovely characters will be making up this years’ “Veesh”: Principals: Rebecca Farley CC ’16 Ethan Fudge CC ’15 Olivia Harris CC ’14 Molly Heller GS/JTS ’15 Jonah Weinstein CC ’16 Ensemble: Scott Bacon GS ’13 Ankeet […]

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