From food to dance to fashion, the Lunar Gala Guide gives you a rundown of what to look out for this Thursday night.
Locals and students showed up to welcome Dig Inn to the neighborhood Wednesday, with some of the day’s proceeds benefiting FoodFight NYC, which works to implement health and wellness curricula in local schools.
FRIGID New York, which starts Feb. 19, will showcase 30 plays on a diverse range of topics.
Barnard’s upcoming ‘Blown Youth’ puts a modern spin on the classic tale of ‘Hamlet.’
Hannah Horvath meets Jo March in a new production downtown.
From "The Tempest" to opera, this spring brings a wide range of performances to the stages of Columbia
In a theater season flooded by Shakespeare, Lincoln Center's "Macbeth" still manages to impress.
NOMADS’ latest play examines how people grieve.
The Columbia Musical Theatre Society is opening a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Thursday night.
As the mid-semester point nears, fall theater performances approach. Check out our fall 2013 theater guide for an idea of what to see.
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Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine issued on a statement on its website this afternoon about the removal of a banner that advertised its Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall.... Read More
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