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more music. more dance. more life. more future.

As audience members stream into The Kitchen, a multimedia performance venue in Chelsea, they are faced with a striking stage picture that appropriately launches more more more…future, a music/dance piece by Congolese director and choreographer Faustin Linyekula. Four very imposing … Continue reading

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Columbia Grads Take to the Fringe with “Attack”

“The game kills, but you’re right, it is the only worthwhile pursuit.” So says one of the characters in The Cadre’s Art of Attack, which opened at the La MaMa Experimental Theatre last night as part of The 14th Annual … Continue reading

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LateNite Theatre Goes Off-Broadway

Hello CUArts, This summer, LateNite Theatre—the campus theater group devoted to producing original student productions with a flair for the bizarre—took its signature after-hours style off-campus to the Manhattan Repertory Theatre with Next Door. Next Door is a program of … Continue reading

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One Week Left to Rock Off-Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

Who knew that a musical about states’ rights, the Trail of Tears, and presidential politics could make you want to stand and shout: “Populism, Yeah Yeah!”? It’s possible and it’s happening at the Public Theater through June 27th: Bloody Bloody Andrew … Continue reading

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Achieving Greatness: The Fiasco Theater’s Twelfth Night

Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.–Twelfth Night, II.v Anyone who knows me knows about my obsession with Shakespeare. Give me some mellifluous, honey-tongued verse and I’m content to pass many a happy … Continue reading

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White’s Lies at New World Stages

I think it’s such a shame that the audience wasn’t more full on Saturday night, when I went to see White’s Lies at the New World Stages. True, the show is by a first-time playwright (albeit with a fair number … Continue reading

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GS Alumna opens a “Box” of wonders

The first notable moment in “Box,” a new experimental theater piece from Stacy Donovan GS’93, is in the playbill. While most dramas can usually credit one or two writers, the list on the “Written and Developed By” part of the … Continue reading

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