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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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Adam Goldstick

Adam Goldstick, Photo Editor

Communications junior Adam Goldstick is a second-year member of The Muse. For as long as he can remember, Adam has enjoyed telling stories, originally through video, and he practices this passion wherever he goes. He brings his camera from the isolated trails and snow-capped mountains he enjoys backpacking through in the summer to the comforts of home, where he can make short films with his friends. Today, as the photography editor, Adam’s stories span a wider variety of platforms. Whether it is through writing, photography, or videography, he enjoys telling the stories of artists at Dreyfoos and the very diverse population that walks its halls. Adam hopes to continue this passion in the future—whether through writing or film—and tell the stories of others to further enrich his own.

If you would like to contact this editor, you may reach them at

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[Photo] GOING FOR GOLD

Dorian VanCoppenolle, Sports Writer
December 8, 2019
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[Photo] REACHING CZHEN

Sam Cohen, Sports Writer
December 8, 2019
Known for his quirky ties, assistant principal George Miller holds one adorned with trumpets and music notes, just one of many of his musical ties. Over the past several years, Mr. Miller has been giving his eccentric ties away to students who compliment them. “I think the kids appreciate it when I give them one of my ties,” Mr. Miller said. “If a kid likes it and you give it to them, they’re happy.”

[Photo] A LEGACY TO LEAVE BEHIND

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 3, 2019
On stage, theatre seniors Dylan Lugosi and Jakob Littell embrace in character. There is something very special about the audiences reaction to what we are doing on stage, Lugosi said. Showing them what we have put in makes it all worthwhile.

GOING “CRAZY FOR YOU”

Adam Goldstick, Photo Editor
October 25, 2019
The swim team practices at Gaines Park in Warren Hawkins Aquatic Center. They train hard for upcoming districts. “We practice being able to pace ourselves by doing a lot of cardio and endurance training,” visual sophomore Julie Akdag said.

[Photo] SWIM RECAP

Sam Cohen, Sports Writer
October 23, 2019
After being crowned Mr. Dreyfoos, visual senior Njari Anderson stands alongside digital media junior Kristina Ronan and communications junior Sasha Monaco.

[Photo] MR. DREYFOOS Q&A

Savannah Richards, Culture Staffer
April 12, 2019
Numerous jazz students passionately play together for a concert in the Brandt Black Box Theater on March 5. They improvised upon well-rehearsed pieces to showcase their talents and hard work over the past few months. “Jazz is about improvisation, so every time that you hear a groove, its different,” Mr. Hernandez said. “The [students] surprise me. Sometimes they come up with [some]thing I never thought about myself.”

JAZZ COMBOS CONCERT

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
March 6, 2019
MAKING A MONOTYPE

MAKING A MONOTYPE

Adam Goldstick, Arts and Multimedia Staffer
February 8, 2019

[Video] MAKING THE DANCES

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
January 26, 2019
JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
December 21, 2018

[Video] CRY-BABY VIDEO RECAP

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
November 2, 2018
As newly built sets and colorful lights fill up Meyer Hall for the opening of “Cry-Baby: The Musical,” audiences listen to voices rise in vibrant numbers full of comedic storytelling. The original Broadway cast of the performance released a recording of the soundtrack, which was written by David Javerbaum and Adam Schlesinger, on Oct. 7, 2015. The soundtrack is available on various music platforms, including The Muse’s Spotify account. Listen to the recording below and see Dreyfoos students make it their own on the last weekend of October and the first weekend of November.

PLAYLIST: CRY-BABY THE MUSICAL

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
October 29, 2018
Advancements in technology have followed students into the art classroom and are now changing the way we learn. In a 2013 study by the Pew Research Center, about 77 percent of those who participated somewhat or strongly agree that the internet has “played a major role in broadening the boundaries of what is considered art.” Today, students can connect with technology in new ways to do things they could not have done before.

ARTS: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
September 28, 2018
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