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.
For the thesis for her MFA in directing at the School of the Arts, Maridee Slater is directing “The Tooth of the Crime,” a play by Sam Shepard. Slater talks about the power of this particular show and why being a student in the city is so special.
Lin-Manuel Miranda revives the Broadway musical through hip-hop and makes a timely commentary on American race issues.
Though it spans nearly five hours, “The Iceman Cometh” is a dynamic play that explores the darker parts of deteriorating friendships.
This Saturday, KCST will produce its 10th annual Egg and Peacock Festival, a playwriting fest in which groups write and perform plays in 24 straight hours.
One of the most anticipated cultural events on campus, the Varsity Show previews promising snippets from some of the musical numbers featured in the 121st edition of the show, coming this May.
The Metropolitan Opera’s take on the staple “Don Giovanni” holds true to the plot and shines the spotlight on dynamic new voices.