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Dancing Queen: Young and Sweet, Graduating

June 28, 2018 5:00pm | Joy Ashford '18, Contributing Writer

This May, I’ve been working on a dance and film project with my roommate, Linda. I am so grateful that the school gave us the opportunity to work on this project for our externship, as it has both stretched our artistic and collaborative skills, and […]

Manga!! Mania

June 28, 2018 4:49pm | Eli Wilcox '21, Cindy Xin '21, and Helen Chen '21, Contributing Writers

            If you go to the library on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, you might notice room 101 is always filled with students talking and laughing in an unrestrained and loud voice. That is us! The Manga!! Club. (If we […]

Episcopalooza!

June 28, 2018 4:45pm | Mark Berry '19, Contributing Writer

Every year, the Student Association for the Performing Arts (SAPA) hosts its annual Episcopalooza celebration, recognizing the talents of performers in our community. Students volunteer to sing a song, read a poem, play an instrument, or whatever else they can think of. Episcopalooza has been […]

Artist Spotlight: Julia Messenger ’18

June 28, 2018 4:43pm | Eloise McNair '18, Arts Co-Editor

We have all been there. It’s a Friday, you’re sitting in chapel, and you’re waiting for the student performance to begin. All of a sudden, everyone goes quiet, and it begins. You hear someone singing, but it definitely does not sound like a student. It […]

Spring Acting Showcase Review

June 28, 2018 4:40pm | Claire Boehm '20, Contributing Writer

On May 22, Episcopal’s Acting 1 and Acting 2 classes performed plays they had each been working on for the duration of the second semester. Acting 1’s performance consisted of six scenes, one opening scene with everyone and one scene for each member of the […]

Artist Spotlight: Gray Goodwyn ’18

April 19, 2018 2:06pm | Eloise McNair '19, Arts Co-Editor

You probably know Gray Goodwyn. And if you don’t know him, you’ve probably heard of him. He’s a four-year senior, a member of the Honor Committee, a monitor, in the EHS choir and plays on the varsity football team. He’s also attending the University of […]

Theater returns to woods—this time literally—for spring play

April 19, 2018 1:43pm | Bay Cohen '19, Arts Director

You’ve probably heard the story of Peter Pan. If you haven’t what was your childhood? It’s the infamous tale of a young boy who never grows up and longs for adventure. Episcopal theater is here to bring you that same tale only with a few […]

The High Notes of Choir Tour

April 19, 2018 1:41pm | Kyndall Donalson '19, Staff Writer

The weekend of April 7-8, Episcopal’s choir students traveled to Boston for their annual choir tour. The tour is a chance for students in choir not only to work on the music in their repertoire and perform but also to visit various important cultural sites, […]

Artist Spotlight: Grace Baldwin

February 16, 2018 3:39am | Eliose McNair '18, Arts Co-Editor

You may be able to tell from her flawlessly homemade Halloween and winter carnival costumes and her impeccable style, that Grace Baldwin has an eye for design. Not only does she have an eye for design, but she has a truly innate artistic skill that […]

“Mom, I’m a tree”

February 16, 2018 3:38am | Kyndall Donaldson '19, Contributing Writer

On Friday, February 23 and Saturday, February 24 students can head to Pendleton to see this year’s winter musical, Into the Woods, written by James Lapine with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Into the Woods puts a twist on classic fairy tales using characters […]