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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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Tunes of the Teachers

It is always a treat for students to see exactly what their teachers are made of. This past Saturday, it was even better. On this special occasion, various past and present faculty of the Phillips Academy music department performed in a Chamber Music Concert for the community. The concert took place in the Timken Room…

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Diary of a 520: All My Sons Moves Forward With Production

The wooden skeleton of a house looms upward towards the ceiling. It stands on a sturdy wooden porch that glistens in the darkened theatre. Just two weeks ago there was nothing but a naked Steinbach stage. It seems that each day, something temporary is added to our makeshift set. First it was nothing, then a…

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Angst and Undergarments: Uncommon Women Getting Ready to Go

What are you doing this Saturday night besides going to the Blue and Silver? If you’re anyone who’s anyone, you should be going to see “Uncommon Women and Others,” a workshop theatre production directed by Ali Rosen ’03. Written by Wendy Wasserstein, this play, set in the 1970’s, deals largely with women’s movements at the…

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