The Loomis Chaffee Performing Arts Department will present this year’s fall play, The Love of Three Oranges next Tuesday through Saturday, October 26–30 on an outdoor stage next to Chaffee Hall.
As a student in dance, theater, music, and visual arts, you will have many opportunities to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills necessary for both your academic and personal success. Our wide-ranging curriculum is taught by instructors who are accomplished artists, musicians, and performers in their own right, as well as committed professional educators.
The Hubbard Music Center, the Norris Ely Orchard Theater, and the Richmond Art Center feature purpose-built performance and exhibition spaces that will enhance your learning experience, and provide enjoyment for the entire community.
Recent Arts News
Faculty and student art exhibitions opened in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery and the Barnes and Wilde Galleries in the Richmond Art Center on September 21.
In an interactive performance of music and discussion, Netta Hadari, a violinist, composer, and teacher in the Loomis Chaffee Performing Arts Department, performed a series of pieces for the violin on September 28 in the Hubbard Performance Hall.