Standing high on stilts and wearing a towering blue wig, Kevin Graber, Associate Dean of Admission, enters the stage in Tang Theater, blowing kisses and waving to the audience. Playing the role of Mother Ginger, Graber suddenly pulls up the hem of his skirt, and a gaggle of young faculty...
By Indiana Sobol — 12/11/2014
By Cindy Chen — 12/12/2014
Audience members rose from their seats to join the Andover Community Chorus in singing the iconic melody of “Hallelujah” during Andover’s 27th annual performance of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah...
By Kalina Ko — 12/12/2014
A vivid orange house sits on a street as its reflection glistens in a large puddle on a concrete road in the Jim Mott painting “Wet Street, Corn Hill.” Lush greenery flanks the house and casts its...
By Scarla Pan — 11/14/2014
By Alice Tang — 11/7/2014
By Andrew Cheng — 11/7/2014
By Kalina Ko — 11/14/2014
As audience members cheered for an encore, the Beagles, a student music group, launched into a spontaneous rendition of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama,” a piece they had never performed before...
By Ben Del Vecchio Film & Tv Columnist — 11/14/2014
A couple weeks ago, I talked about TV’s biggest current trend: the geek takeover. Whether it’s fantasy, sci-fi or superhero related, the nerdy is in. Yet one of this week’s headlines suggests TV is...
By Sarah Al-Mayahi — 11/14/2014
With a blend of lightness and tension, the violin, viola and cello wove through the crisp tempo of Edvard Grieg’s “Holberg Suite,” Op. 40 during the Academy Orchestras Concert last Sunday in Cochran...
By Liddy Kasraian — 11/7/2014
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