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Bwog Reviews The 123rd Varsity Show’s West End Preview

Tuesday evening, the cast of the 123rd Varsity Show presented a variety of songs and scenes in the Diana Event Oval to preview its upcoming performance. Columbia theatre veteran, theatre-connoisseur, and now Guest Writer Alexandra Warrick writes her thoughts and critiques of the preview, edited by the Arts Editor. Campus theatre at Columbia can be likened to […]

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Bwog Reviews The 122nd Varsity Show’s West End Preview

Last night, the cast and crew of the 122nd Varsity Show previewed a brief sampling of this year’s upcoming performance in the Diana Event Oval. Our Arts Editor thusly brings you his review of the West End Preview, with contributions from Editor Mason Amelotte. Spectators of last night’s West End Preview for the 122nd Annual […]

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The 121st Annual Varsity Show: The West End Preview

On Thursday night, the Varsity Show cast and crew put on their best black leggings and presented a preview of what we might expect come May. This took place in the very happening Diana Center Events Oval. Although they both very enthusiastically attended, Taylor Grasdalen primarily writes this review, with contributions from Mason Amelotte. We […]

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