Since 1894, the theatrical tradition has satirized Columbia in song and dance.
By Nathalie Alonso ’08; photos: Char Smullyan
A look back at Columbia’s longest running theatrical tradition in pictures, programs and posters.
The Broadway team of Tom Kitt ’96 and Brian Yorkey ’93 delve into the reasonsbehind their successful collaboration.
By Jamie Katz ’72, ’80 Business
Madness, intrigue, and questions of justice and revenge came to Miller Theatre in November with a performance of Euripides’ Orestes.
Columbia’s many theater groups give students a chance to watch, and perform, everything from Shakespeare to opera to student-written plays.
By Shira Boss ’93, ’97J, ’98 SIPA