Columbia Musical Theater Society puts on a beautiful production of "The Light in the Piazza," with stars that shine brighter than any lights.
The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group's performance of "Thyestes," in the original Latin, sets a new bar for the Columbia theater world.
A new play about Zelda Fitzgerald brings larger-than-life personality to the stage.
For Barnard theater department, adapting the Bard proves no small task
Miller Theatre and the Public Theatre brought "A World I Loved: The Story of an Arab Woman" to campus.
New play explores life of a 600-pound man, but script fails to impress.
Classic myth turned inside out with gripping set design, weak cast
Met Opera full of strong singers, but lacks cohension in orchestra
"Venezia: From the Streets to the Palaces" doesn't need sub- or super-titles for the audience to appreciate the beauty and meaning of the performance.
THe Black Theatre Ensemble stages Rebecca Nicholson and Mae Smith's one-act plays in its Spring Festival.
May 17, 11:47pm
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May 16, 6:03pm
Thanks to all who submitted photos to our Instagram contest! After a close race, there’s a clear winner: @alemineo’s photo, seen below: We’ll use the picture as our cover photo... Read More
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