COFFEEHOUSE: STUDENTS PERFORM ORIGINAL WORKS, APR. 5
Saturday, April 5
4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Diana Coulton Beebe Black Box Theater
Original poems, songs, personal essays, and instrumental music will be celebrated at Holton's 16th annual Coffeehouse, a showcase for original works that encourages collaboration between art forms. Enthusiastic audiences and the intimate setting provide a safe and welcoming venue for risk-taking at its best. First-timers and veterans receive eager support for their work, even when unveiling new, unpolished pieces or introducing new collaborations.
Coffeehouse entertainment and refreshments are free, and we ask that you bring your own coffee mug so that we can reduce the amount of trash generated by this event. The barista begins serving at 3 p.m. for the 4 p.m. showing and 5:30 for the 7 p.m. showing. There is no reserved seating for this event; please plan to arrive early to claim your table and a cup of something fabulous from the barista!
FEBRUARY 11 Grade 5 and Grade 8 Art Reception
Fifth and eighth grade parents are cordially invited to a short reception to celebrate this collaborative fifth and eighth grade art exhibit. Inspired by the work of American artist Wayne Thiebaud, students created wonderful drawings and paintings of cakes, pies, doughnuts, and other goodies. Please join our young artists on Tuesday, February 11, 8-8:20 a.m., in the Camalier Gallery and Lewis Theater Lobby. The show will remain on display until February 21, 2014.
FEBRUARY 12–13 Middle School Play - Bye Bye Birdie
Landon, Mondzac Performing Arts Center
FEBRUARY 21–22 Upper School Winter Play – “Scapin”
Beebe Black Box Theater
Romance, trickery, disguises and schemes abound! Scapin is a classic trickster character from 16th century Commedia Dell’Arte theater of Italy, immortalized by Moliere’s 1672 play, and adapted by Bill Irwin (Mr. Noodle!) and Mark O’Donnell. >> Read more