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Season Starts with Sweet Success

Putting on the first show of the 2003-2004 theate4 season is a daunting challenge that few would face successfully. However, first time director Matt Brennan ’05 showed that it can be done in last Sunday’s Theatre Classroom performance of This Property is Condemned. After acting in several Theatre Classrooms in the last few years and…

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Gearing up for Grasshopper

Grasshopper Night, the Parents’ Weekend talent show, is right around the corner! As has been the case in the past, there is an incredible lineup of acts to look forward to seeing this year. To give you a preview of what’s to come, here’s a quick rundown. A new addition to the normal Grasshopper lineup,…

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WPAA, Online and On-the-Air

As generations of Andover students flow through the institution, each carries away with it memories of important aspects of their PA careers. Some may remember the athletics, others the dorm experiences. However, students in the 1990s may also recall the days of WPAA’s dominance on campus, when students were eagerly involved and interested in its…

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Sussex ’04 Recalls Summer at RISD Art Program

As one of Phillips Academy’s premeire art students, Emma Sussex ’04, enrolled in a five-week long program at the renowned Providence art college, Rhode Island School of Design, better known as RISD. Over the course of her career at Andover, Sussex has taken a range of visual art classes. In addition to the required Art…

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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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