Arts

Arts

Kane ’03 Connects Fashion to History

Matt Kane ’03 has a unique sense of style. In the sea of trends on campus, his clothing and designs stand out as artistic personal statements reflecting current and historical inspirations. Recently, Kane has completed an Abbot Scholars project in which he designed his own clothing line, incorporating the trends and innovations of decades past….

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Amy Stebbins: Vocalist Extraordinaire

Over the past four years, Amy Stebbins ’03 has delighted the Andover community with her vocal and theatrical talents. She feels inspired by the likes of three-time Tony winner Audrey MacDonald and operatic star Rene Flemming. Stebbins received her flair for music and theater from her mother, who worked in California repertory theater, playing parts…

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Gospelfest Gathers Five Choirs in Song

This past Saturday, five different gospel choirs, including Phillips Academy’s own, filled Cochran Chapel with song and praise. This gathering of singers from the surrounding areas was Gospel Fest, a concert to benefit the Sojourner Truth Scholarship Fund. Named for the revolutionary African American woman who traveled around the United States as an abolitionist and…

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The Vagina Monologues: Sexual Honesty and the Female Psyche

A production much anticipated on Andover Hill, The Vagina Monologues, written by Eve Ensler, was surrounded by as much controversy as the suggestive title might imply. After months of battling a disapproving Theater Department and tentative faculty, director/producer/actor Ali Rosen ’03 took on the show as an independent project to study the female psyche. The…

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