This year’s campus theater in review.
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 spring, the Columbia Musical Theatre Society and the Black Theatre Ensemble are teaming up for the first time to produce the blues-rock musical “Passing Strange,” which follows an African American man's journey of self discovery.
The Columbia Musical Theatre Society is opening a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Thursday night.
As the mid-semester point nears, fall theater performances approach. Check out our fall 2013 theater guide for an idea of what to see.
Spectator recaps some of this year's on-campus theatrical highlights.
Rebekah Lowin, CC '14, and Geoffrey Hahn, CC '15, discuss their roles in CMTS's performance of "The Light in the Piazza," which will be performed at 8 p.m. on April 11, 12, and 13.
CMTS puts new twist on classical show
Spectator talked to the director, musical director, art director, choreographer, and cast of CMTS' latest production.
This week, the Columbia Musical Theatre Society will present its biggest production in recent memory.
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