While the choreography and set are visually appealing, the play falls short at fully portraying the intricacies of life in post-WWII Paris.
The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Hilary Mantel's award-winning novels effectively translates the rich plot for the stage.
Former Varsity Show cast members have been performing a collection of songs from previous scripts for this year’s Days on Campus visiting weekends, straying from the performance group’s long-standing tradition of staging the first act of its upcoming show.
Columbia alumna Jenny Schwartz talks about her journey from directing to play writing and about her recent play, “Iowa.”
The Barnard-Columbia Ancient Drama Group brings Greek tragedy to Minor Latham Playhouse this Thursday, even performing the play in the ancient language.
Perhaps an elegy to second-wave feminism, “The Heidi Chronicles” doesn’t live up to the potential of its multifaceted premise.
The Metropolitan Opera’s production of “Manon” masterfully highlights the darker parts of material wish fulfillment.
‘New Zealand New Performance’ gives New Zealand creators the opportunity to discuss experimental themes and highlight the merging of New Zealand and American cultures.
Columbia University (No Budget) Sketch Show is here to remind us all how absurd life at Columbia can be.
“Bright Half Life” explores the haphazard nature of emotional connection through the portrayal of Vicky and Erica’s relationship, which challenges ideas of temporality.