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This year, the King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe presents “The Tempest” as its spring production. As in past spring performances, the cast of “The Tempest” includes all who auditioned and will be staged at different locations around campus.Read more
Members of the “Passing Strange” creative team discuss how the original script of the show allowed for freedom and improvisation in their creation of choreography and music.
This is the final video of a four part series about the production of “Passing Strange.” Check out the first of the series to find out more about the partnership between CMTS and...Read more
Members of Orchesis, Columbia's largest dance group, break it down for Spectator while preparing for their upcoming show. The 2014 Orchesis Spring Show, SupercalifragilisticexpialidORCHESIS, will be held in the Roone Arledge Auditorium on April 19 at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased at TIC or the Columbia Arts Initiative Website.
Correction: This video identifies Ivy Vega...Read more
Columbia University Bellydance president, Caspia Schwartz, BC ’14, demonstrates some basic moves and discusses the challenging aspects of belly dance. Read more
“Passing Strange” costume designer, Becca Guthrie, BC ’16, shares her vision for the look of the upcoming show and gives colorful sneak peek at some of the costume pieces audience members will see next week.
Spectator recently sat down with Julian Wright CC ’17 and Dylan Jones CC ’16 to discuss their roles in “Passing Strange.” Most cast members play multiple roles over the course of the show while Wright and Jones play “Youth” and “Mother,” respectively, for the entirety of the production.
This video is the second of a four-part series about the production...Read more
Members of CoLab, a multi-genre performance art collective, talk about the creative vision and collaboration behind their experimental dance show. The 2014 CoLab Spring Showcase will be held in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre at 7:30 p.m. for three nights, from April 3 to 5. Tickets are free, but must be reserved beforehand on the Columbia Arts Initiative website.Read more