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The Chamber Singers strike a pose. The Chamber Singers began this fall as Music Director Daniel Roihl’s experiment. Mr. Roihl handpicked singers Sierra Janik ‘13, Chris Lin ‘13, Julie Harris ‘13, Hyun Yang ‘13 and Kristy Hong ’13 for the group. Mr. Roihl chose the students for their ...
Deerfield students interested in the performing arts are often faced with the task of deciding which type of performing art class to take: dance, theater, or music. The Deerfield arts program created a class, Intro to Performing Arts, which combines all three art forms in order to offer students a ...
All My Sons' playbill. This spring, Deerfield’s theater program will put on a production of the play All My Sons by Arthur ...
The Little Shop of Horrors, Deerfield’s first musical in the Large Auditorium in 20 years, opens tomorrow at 7 p.m. and goes until Saturday.
In an attempt to introduce the Deerfield Community to classic movies, Alexzandria Chalmers ’13 and Andrew Bishop ’14 founded the Motion Pictures Club earlier this year.
The directors in DA’s arts program have been brainstorming ways to entice more male participants and change the image of male actors and dancers in our community.
Skillings has served as Deerfield Academy’s audiovisual technician for 28 years, and it is fair to say that without him, our shows would not, and could not, go on.
McInerney remains passionate about art and definitely plans to continue pursuing it in the future. “It’s amazing when you create something out of nothing and fill a blank page,” she said.
To keep music a vital part of students’ lives, guitarist and singer Ju Hwan Park ’14 has started Deerfield’s first student-run band in recent memory.
Taran Weeks ’13 learned the art of stained glass during his four years at Eaglebrook. At Deerfield, academics and other commitments have left Weeks too busy to spend much time on stained glass, but this winter he has been given the opportunity to pursue the craft as a co-curricular.