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Outside the Box

“There are five different stages that a person will go through when he faces the fact of his own death: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. These stages will last for different periods of time, they will replace each other, or exist at times side by side… But the one thing that usually persists through…

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Wynton Marsalis: Renowned Musician to Jam with Jazz Band

“It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing,” crooned Duke Ellington. There is no doubt that the King of Jazz himself would find meaning and sparkle in the jazzy sounds soon to resonate across campus. Nationally and internationally renowned jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, along with the rest of his jazz septet, will…

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Haiku in the Classroom

An aging mother works desperately to restore her invalid daughter’s mental health. The prodigal daughter returns home, but instea of finding celebration, she is greeted with despair. Due to the snowstorm on Monday, Haiku actually performed twice, once on Monday at 5:00 pm and once on Tuesday at 6:00 pm. The extra performance was scheduled…

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Out of The Shadows: Shadow Box Shows Promise

Where will you be Friday night at 7:00 pm? If you’re looking for entertainment, thoughtful monologues, or just a great way to spend the evening, then you’ll be in Tang Theatre, enjoying all of the above in The Shadow Box, a theatre workshop directed by Lexie Kuhn ’04. Written by Michael Cristofer, “The Shadow Box”…

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Suspended Animation: ‘Moving Pictures’ in Kemper

While students participating in Winter Term’s performance arts were running frantically about campus trying to be “everywhere at once,” the visual arts participants, including the Andover Film Society, were in a mellower mood. In Kemper, Steven Subotnick, a world-famous animator, gave a presentation in lieu of the Addison’s current show, “On Paper.” Subotnick has been…

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