The two theater groups are coming together to bring a musical about race and self-discovery to the stage.
Columbia Musical Theatre Society
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.
“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 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.
For his thesis role in “The Winter’s Tale” in December, Landini worked for six months on his technique. He also performed in "Dog Sees God" and "The Light in the Piazza" this year.
Aguilar, a dance and English double major, has been dancing since she was three years old. Name a dance group on campus, and chances are that she has danced or choreographed for it.
“Party Worth Crashing” co-writer Kait Kerrigan, BC ’03, talks about her collaboration with the Columbia Musical Theatre Society.
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