Arts

Arts

The Sounds of Students

An intimate group of parents, teachers, students, and musicians gathered together on Wednesday afternoon for an impressive showing of musical talent. The student recital, which took place in the Timken Room of Graves Hall, included pieces of all genres and styles, with a diverse assortment of instrumentation. Unflustered with his role of opening the program,…

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Uncommonly Uncommon Women

Girl Power. Although not necessarily the type of girl power the Spice Girls would have endorsed, last Saturday’s Theatre Workshop directed by Ali Rosen ’03 brought into light a more sophisticated feminist version of the expression. The play, Uncommon Women and Others by Wendy Wasserstein, serves as a discussion of female empowerment and independence from…

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A Unique ‘Twinkle Toes’

At nearly every talent show on campus, Indian dancers bring a piece of their culture to the stage to enlighten and entertain the community.. In Saturday night’s Rabbot Cabaret, Pooja Sripad and Nandini Vijayakumar stood out among the myriad of performers by breaking away from the usual American music performances. In a recent interview with…

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Rabbot Cabaret: Carriage House, Coconuts, and Congo Drums

The 9:00p.m. performance of Rabbot Cabaret actually starts at 8:30 as droves of people crowd into the miniscule lobby in front of Kemper Auditorium. The 7 o’clock show is still in full swing. The crowd in the lobby swells until moments before 9. People squeeze against to the doors of the Underwood Room. Performers push…

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