Our review of “This Is Our Youth,” Kenneth Lonergan’s 1980s-set ode to adolescence starring Kieran Culkin, Michael Cera, and Tavi Gevinson.
“Mad Girl’s Love Song” will feature original book, music, and lyrics.
If you’ve ever wondered if men outgrow comparing their sex lives or calling each other “dude,” the main characters of Stephen Belber’s “Fault Lines” will provide you with a resounding “No.”
A review of a four-play tribute to August Strindberg’s “Miss Julie.”
The new play “Smoke” is exploring BDSM at the Flea downtown.
CUPAL’s “Dreamscape” will draw on the dreams of the cast and crew to provide the inspiration for the script.
Whether you’re a theater lover or an aspiring actor, here are ways to see and be part of theater on campus.
A review of the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of “King Lear,” starring John Lithgow
Throughout her time at Columbia, Bintu Conteh, CC ’14, found a place in the University’s theater community—on- and offstage.