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David R. Gammons

Anne-Marie Dorning

n February 25, 2012, eleven dancers from Concord Academy performed in front of an enthusiastic audience of about 250 at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. The presentation by CA Dance Company was inspired by the art works on view in the exhibit Figuring Color at the ICA. Each dancer performed a short interpretive dance inspired by a color. With a stunning view of the Boston waterfront behind them, the dancers took the stage as a series of brilliant colors flashed onto an overhead screen above their heads.

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CONCORD ACADEMY MAGAZINE SPRING 2012

T n December, the Musical Theatre Workshop performed scenes and songs from the musical Hair. The performance was directed by Performing Arts Department Head Amy Spencer and music teacher Keith Daniel.

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his year’s directors seminar production reimagined the Shakespearean classic Romeo and Juliet with a gender-bending twist. The production was directed by Katalina Gamarra ’12.

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oliere’s madcap comedy The Imaginary Invalid opened the Concord Academy theater season in the fall. Directed by theater teacher Megan Gleeson, with musical direction by Keith Daniel, the performance featured a cast of fifteen and original music by student composers Allie Mundel ’13 and Stephen Lin ’12.

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Profile for Concord Academy

Spring 2012 CA Magazine  

Spring 2012 CA Magazine

Spring 2012 CA Magazine  

Spring 2012 CA Magazine

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