The arts are a very important part of daily life at Loomis Chaffee. We are surrounded by the sights and sounds of the visual and performing arts through exhibits in the Mercy Gallery and the Barnes & Wilde student galleries, plays and other exciting performances in the NEO Theater and the diverse musical styles emanating from Founders Chapel and practice rooms.
An annual spring tradition on the Island, Two Men Falling: A Musical Revue will be presented in the Hubbard Performance Hall on Friday, April 17, and Saturday, April 18. As in the past, the Musical Revue is entirely student run.
Photographer James Pomerantz '96, joining a series of alumni artists honoring the Loomis Chaffee Centennial, will present his exhibition "Explorations" in the Mercy Gallery from February 24 through April 16.
While our Meadows lay blanketed with snow, theater, music, and dance students shone brightly and golden on the NEO stage with their toe-tapping, thigh-slapping production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!