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Art is a Catalyst of Activism

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

I play Lloyd in this year’s winter production at Choate, Blue Stockings. Lloyd could not be more different from me: he is a white undergraduate studying at Trinity College, a constituent college of Cambridge University in England, and he is overwhelmingly misogynistic. The title of the play refers to theRead More

The work of Choate students involved in the Arts is on display in the Paul Mellon Arts Center gallery. The image by Joey Hong '19 (above) represents misconceptions of mental health issues.

Student art Celebrated In New PMAC Gallery Exhibit

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The students of Arts Concentration and special arts programs did not fail to entertain their eager peers and faculty members who came to the PMAC for an intimate gathering of the students’ gallery opening on Friday night after classes. The exhibit was fresh and full of thought-provoking artwork that wasRead More

The Theater of the Oppressed hosted a workshop at Choate on Sunday, October 8.

Theater of the Oppressed Comes to Choate

October 20, 2017 at 6:01 am 0 comments

While many would look at the colossal and daunting condition of New York City’s housing crisis with defeat, Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, a group of actors from Brooklyn, responded in a an inspiring way —by creating and performing a new play, Apartment Complex. Theatre of the Oppressed is aRead More