Arts

First Sketchy Show of the Year Backed by Improvisational Preparation

Club Show 2021: Dance Clubs Overcome Difficulties to Celebrate Accomplishments and Build Community

Drag Night 2021: A Night of Variety and Celebration

Singer-Songwriter Yuping Zhu ’21 Captures Her Andover Memories with Her New EP: ‘High School’

‘Using Brain Rather than Just Fingers’: Senior Soloist Lexie Mariano ’21 Transcends Technique to Meditate on the Music

The Addison Gallery of American Art Celebrates its Legacy On its 90th Anniversary

Student Performances at Take Back the Night Vigil Bring Solidarity

Review: “Things Seen and Heard” Really Shouldn’t Be Perceived at All

Emma Fu ’21 Senior Recital Reflects Her 12-Year Piano Experience

Jack Warren ’22 Unites People Against Anxiety Through His New Single ‘Wallflower’

Musical Theatre Cabaret Spread

Celebr-Asian Talent Show Brings Unity Within the Asian Andover Community

Review: ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’’s Multidimensional Plots Enhance the Action-Packed Fight Scenes

Joyce Li ’23 Advocates for Social Justice Through Online Sticker Business, ‘Societal Stickers’

1989, Ghibli: ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’

Ariel Wang ’21 Combines ‘Non-Standard’ Flute and Piano Repertoire in Senior Recital

New Theater Producers Selected for 2021-2022 School Year

‘Minari’ Screening Helps Break Representation Barriers for AAPI Students

Hypnotist Evan Gambardella Mesmerizes Andover Students With Comedy Trance

Juniors and Lowers Attend Spring Term Casino Night

Review: Atmospheric ‘Honeydew’ is a Double Edged Sword

Gaia Rajan ’22 Challenges Traditions and Expectations with Poetry

ArtRage Renga Writing Workshop Fosters Collaboration and Solidarity Among AAPI Students

Cast of Theatre-910’s ‘Behind Our Masks and Screens’ Persevere Through Challenges of Exploring Vulnerability Remotely

Director Spotlight V: Stanley Kubrick

Isabel Chin’s ’21 Senior Recital Is the First Live Concert at Andover in Over a Year

Art for Expression Club Offers a Relaxing Space for Creating Art

LOTW Part II: The ‘Trendy Triplets’: Nikita Muromcew ’21, Mary Muromcew ’22, and Natasha Muromcew ’22 Two Years Later

Review: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Brings Spectacle and Action, Lacks Substance

Review: Arctic Horror and Terrific Writing—‘The Terror’ is an Exemplar of Small-Screen Storytelling

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