Category Archives: Theater

Staging the Thyestes

The Barnard-Columbia Ancient Drama Group’s production of Seneca’s Thyestes runs April 4 – 6 in Minor Lathan Theatre, Milbank Hall. Performances are at 8 PM every night at 2 PM on Saturday. Tickets are $5 at the door, the TIC, … Continue reading

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Lunch with the Arts Initiative: Large-Scale Event Production with Monica Moore

Monica Moore has helped produce New York City’s iconic New Year’s Eve in Times Square for the past nine years and discussed her career to date with an audience of students and staff on Friday over pizza. She began with … Continue reading

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Let Nan Jombang and Asia Society whisk you away

The East side is a little bit like another world – at 7:45 p.m. at 70th and Park Ave on a Saturday, it was silent but for little puffs of breath from the occasional hand-holding couple. The austerity of the evening … Continue reading

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SummerStage: Bringing the world’s performing arts to a park near you

Perhaps this seems like an obvious statement, but I’ll say it anyway. There is no excuse to be bored in New York City over the summer. No matter what day or night of the week and where you’re located, there’s … Continue reading

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Student Profile Series: Spoon River Anthology Directed by Jimmy Maize

CUarts caught up with MFA Directing student Jimmy Maize to ask him some questions about his upcoming production, which will feature 100 actors. Yep, you read that right. Arts Initiative: Tell us a bit about yourself and what brought you … Continue reading

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Luminance: An Exhibit of New Media Video Work

One of the most fascinating parts of the prevalence of the world of social networking and online, user-generated media is the effect it seems to be having on artists and the type of media used to create art. Digital media … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Diane Paulus and Suzan-Lori Parks

It is always exciting to me to see two women collaborate as creative leads on a project. But when the players include playwright Suzan-Lori Parks (who many may know from her ambitious 365 Days/365 Plays project or her Pulitzer Prize … Continue reading

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