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Staff Writers Caroline Alpi and Celia Bernhardt attended the Extra Credit Ensemble’s production of Bard Overboard at the Soho Playhouse.

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Bwog sent a staff writer Vivian Klotz to the opening performance of Black Theatre Ensemble’s Festival of One Acts last night. Always in search of a good deal, the writer appreciated being able to see four plays for the price of one. The show is running once more in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Saturday, March 25, at […]

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On Wednesday evening, first year staff writer Sarah Kinney traversed over to Schapiro Theatre (after going to the other Schapiro building and getting wicked lost) to see Columbia’s Graduate School of the Arts’ production of Summertime. She laughed, she cried… just like she did later that evening while watching the debate. But that’s another article. […]

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Last night, Bwog writers Betsy Ladyzhets and Gabrielle Kloppers had the honor of attending the dress rehearsal of  Chokher Bali (Sand in My Eye), the Barnard theater department’s first play of the semester. The play, which focuses on the story of a young upper-class woman in late eighteenth century Calcutta, was adapted by a Columbia […]

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On Friday, Bwog classical philologist and eater of bread John Sarlitto journeyed to 438 BCE (aka the basement of the Diana Center) to view the Classics Department’s Ancient Greek production of Euripides’ Alcestis. Each spring, the Barnard/Columbia Ancient Drama Group convenes to mount a performance of a classical text in its original Greek or Latin. […]

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Bwog’s own self-proclaimed shrew, Juliet Schieper, reports from all around campus: Last night, rain lightly fell upon a crowd of theatre-goers gathered around the Sun Dial. The turn out was less than usual, though still quite impressive, due to the inconsistent weather, for the King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe’s spring show. KCST chose to perform The […]

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See it! Woyzeck, a production of Columbia Stages, runs from March 28 to April 1 at the Riverside Theater, 91 Claremont Avenue at 120th Street. Free with a Columbia ID! Woyzeck is a tragic masterpiece penned by the brilliant German intellectual Georg Buchner, who before his death from typhus in 1837—only 23 years old—founded a […]

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