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
Between writing her honors thesis on media theory and sentimentalism in American journalism, pursuing her love of performance on and off campus, and bartending at 1020, it’s been a hectic senior year for Kate Eberstadt, CC ’14.
Throughout her time at Columbia, Bintu Conteh, CC ’14, found a place in the University’s theater community—on- and offstage.
This year’s campus theater in review.
With a solid script, great acting, and a beautiful set, the 120th Varsity Show shines.
A new play in Brooklyn looks at what it’s like to be trapped in a cabin with your friends.
Despite a slow pacing, this 1960s musical is helped along by the music, written by Jeanine Tesori, BC ’83.
Daniel Radcliffe joins the ensemble cast of ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ in a funny, entertaining play.
Reuben Berman is duly impressed by the consistency and creativity at the heart of KCST’s spring production of “The Tempest.”