The ancient story of Antigone unfolded in the firelit Ratté Quadrangle last week during a three-night run of the play Antigonick by Anne Carson, performed and produced by the Loomis Chaffee Performing Arts Department.
Theater & Dance
Not every future actor or dancer arrives at Loomis knowing already that he or she wants to be on stage, but we have a place for everyone. Whether you are new to the performing arts or an advanced performer looking to hone your skills alongside talented and experienced professionals, our extensive curricular and extracurricular offerings will enable you to grow and discover new talents.
From performance to production, from stage management to technical theater, and from ballet to hip hop, there are many options. With an immense amount of support from our community, a packed house is the norm at the numerous productions that take place in the historic NEO Theater, including the fall drama production, the Fall Dance Showcase, the winter musical, the Framed-In Theater Festival (original 10-minute plays written, directed, performed, and produced entirely by students), and the Spring Dance Revue.
Students in Loomis Chaffee’s music and dance programs presented open-air sampler performances in the Rockefeller Quadrangle on October 8.
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.