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V120 Review: Spectacular Theatrics, Token Diversity

Bwog attended last night’s premiere of “Morningside Nights,” the 120th Varsity Show. Bwog discussed, and former EIC Alexandra Svokos primarily wrote this review. Photography by Features Editor Alexander Pines. Last year, we wondered at the purpose of the Varsity Show itself: “[S]houldn’t we expect some social commentary meat on those musical theatre bones?” With V120, happily, the creators took […]

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VShow 120 Cast Announced!

Without further ado, here is the cast you can expect to see on stage this spring in V120. Congrats all around to the cast! Sam Balzac CC ’17 Ellie Beckman CC ’16 Brittany Beljak BC ’16 Lacey Bookspan BC ’17 Michael Carter CC ’14 Alex Donnelly CC ’14 Lindsay Garber BC ’16 Emma Grueskin BC […]

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Now Presenting… Your V120 C-Team

Welcome welcome welcome to V120—that’s right folks, it’s time to start anticipating this year’s Varsity Show! The creative team was just announced and this year we’ve got a lot of anticipating to do: the V120 creative team is virtually the same as V119. In fact, Rae Binstock, CC’15, is the only person on the team […]

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