Three student playwright’s pieces put family and acceptance in the spotlight over the weekend.
From "The Tempest" to opera, this spring brings a wide range of performances to the stages of Columbia
NOMADS’ latest play examines how people grieve.
NOMADS presents a play about depression on a college campus this weekend.
For his thesis role in “The Winter’s Tale” in December, Landini worked for six months on his technique. He also performed in "Dog Sees God" and "The Light in the Piazza" this year.
NOMADS' presents "American Ghosts," a collection of five original student plays, as its first production of the semester.
Reinterpreting the story of Jesus through Britney Spears lyrics could have been a disaster—but as this play demonstrates, the upbeat, pop numbers were engaging and cohesive.
Pat Blute, the writer and director of “SPEARS: The Gospel According to Britney,” cited pre-reserved tickets for cast and special guests and the show’s location for the lack of available tickets.
Your guide to the rest of the semester's undergraduate theater.
NOMADS' "The Leap of Ersatz!" breaks stylistic ground and the ground of the Black Box at the Diana Center.
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