Our roundup of the latest Wellesley, Mass., arts information:
Public school musicians picked
Congratulations to Wellesley Substantial and Middle Faculty musicians picked for jap district and all-point out ensembles, per the Mothers and fathers of Executing College students Facebook web page.
2019 WHS grad Alex Stoddard generating off the courtroom
Williams University scholar Alex Stoddard, a 2019 Wellesley Substantial grad, tells The Williams File that he obtained his commence manufacturing in 9th grade, and now his get the job done with hip-hop artists is earning him awards.
If Drake is looking through this, and of course he’s a huge Swellesley admirer, know that Stoddard (aka, A$tod) hopes to perform with you one working day.
In the meantime, according to The File profile on Stoddard, he has been producing a title for himself in songs circle doing the job with artists these as Yung Bleu, OMB Peezy, and Rod Wave. All this while getting care of teachers and taking part in on the varsity basketball crew.
A properly-rounded young gentleman, in fact.
Dana Hall’s once-a-year Nexus dance live performance open up to the community
Dana Corridor Dance provides its yearly dance concert, Nexus, on Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m., in Bardwell Auditorium. The
performances are free of charge and open to the public.
“Our yearly dance concert is a special experience,” stated Director of Dance Devon Fitchett, in a statement. “It is rare at the substantial school level for students and faculty to occur jointly and present get the job done in a formal theater environment with costumes and lights. This is the most remarkable
time of yr for our software, as the culmination of the students’ hard function, talent and passion will come to existence on stage.”
This marks the school’s first dwell dance performance considering that the start out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The software consists of functions in modern, musical theater dance, contemporary, ballet, African diasporic dance, jazz, hip hop, and tap.
Bardwell Auditorium is located on the Dana Corridor campus at 37 Cameron St. Bardwell is not wheelchair accessible. For additional details, remember to make contact with
Devon Fitchett at [email protected].
Wellesley Theatre Project would make mark at Junior Theater Pageant
Wellesley Theatre Project’s audition-only Affect! group was the only outfit from Massachusetts to go to the recent Junior Theater Pageant in Atlanta, and it arrived away with awards. The function captivated 5,300 contributors from 110 groups, with 31 states, and a number of other countries represented.
At the festival, each team performed 15 minutes of a Broadway Junior musical for judges, with WTP presenting Mary Poppin, Jr. WTP also executed through the New Performs Showcase.
Alex Irwin, a freshman at Wayland Higher College, won a Freddie G Award for Superb Functionality by an Unique. Lexi Greeley, a 7th grader at Wayland Center School, and Alex Ho, a 7th grader at The Rivers School, won All-Star Awards. Arabella Hardgrave, a 7th grader at Wellesley Center Faculty, Lydia Harrison, a 6th grader at Wellesley Center School and Andrew Ho, a freshman at Rivers, built it to the callback for long term movie shoots for “how-to” choreography video clips.
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