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Gund ’04 Attends Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Susannah Gund ’04 has been a director, an actor, a stage manager and a costume maven. Pursuing her love for theater outside Phillips Academy, Gund develop ed her knowledge of the craft over the summer. Well-known in the PA theatre community, she landed a lead role in a Theatre 520 production during her first term….

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Addison Gallery Opens Two Exhibits

The observation led to the creation of “Cabinet Making.” This exhibit sits next to old advertisements for runaway slaves, entitled “Broadsides,” as well as a piece with four open glass coffins with skeletons inside, entitled “Friendly Natives.” Written upon each glass coffin is either

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Byer ’04 Learns to Live and Work in Hollywood

Jenny Byer ’04 was shot at this summer. “I know that’s not supposed to be funny, but the outcome was ok, so I think it’s hilarious,” she said. Byer explailned: “I was standing outside during a [theater] performance when a police officer approached me and said that a man with a gun was standing across…

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Weinberg Reflects on Art and the Addison

The Phillipian caught up with Adam Weinberg during his last few days as Director of the Addison Gallery of American Art. Mr. Weinberg is leaving the Addison to become Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Sitting in his Addison office, an art buff’s ideal work space (red leather couch,…

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St. Louis ’05 Writes A Capella Arrangements

As the end of the last academic year approached, it was evident to all members that InSkip, the well known, student-run a capella group, needed an influx of new music. Already interested in creating a capella arrangements of songs, new lower Andy St. Louis ’05 searched for a solution that would help the group, as…

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