Arts

Arts

Hue Highlights Art World

If you have an interest in the art world, whether or not you are an artist yourself, you will enjoy viewing the contents of Hue and Sable, Andover’s fine arts magazine. The student-run publication contains students’ artwork and articles, as well as reports of what is going on in the current art scene. Most of…

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Dance 400 Jazzily Confesses

Last term, the faculty of the Theatre and Dance Department decided to mix things up. Ordinarily, the term “Dance 400” is associated with an academic class which focuses on a particular aspect of dance, be it a time period, music style, choreographer, or culture, and eventually creates a production centered around that focus. Instead of…

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Seasonal Service Shines

The spirit of the holidays was in the air as audience members were entertained by the Lessons and Carols service last December 7 in the Cochran Chapel. The service has traditionally been one of the most popular of the year, with a large turnout including not only students and faculty, but also the general public….

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Orchestras Command Cochran Stage

Winter vacation and the holidays may be over, but pleasant memories of last term’s final moments still linger. A holiday sparkle hung in the air as members of the Academy Orchestras played on an illuminated chapel stage set with wreathes and candles. The Corelli Ensemble, directed by instructor Holly Barnes, gave a sincere beginning to…

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Goodnight Trades Tragedy for Comedy

Mystery was in the air, as a desk, cluttered with books, a typewriter, a three-hole punch, an appendix in a jar, a human skull, and a Budweiser beer can appeared on stage before a packed Steinbach Theater this weekend, for the production of Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet). Directed by Taylor Allbright ’04 and written…

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