Renaissance Ensemble, comprised of students from six New England prep schools and led by two Loomis Chaffee seniors, presented “The Key to Change,” a video concert to benefit the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defense Fund.
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.
The Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery will present Suffrage 100, a collection of work by 19 female artists of A.I.R. Gallery of Brooklyn, N.Y., marking the 100-year anniversary of ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which secured voting rights for women.
Five students presented the first Stage II experimental theater production —12 AM in America, a courageous interpretation of the play Twelve Angry Men — in the Lyons Den February 27–28.