THE MUSE

Theatre sophomore Aaron Idlis sits among thousands of LED lights on the set of “The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Nighttime.” For the first time in a leading role, Idlis has been preparing for months to develop the distinguishing features of his character Christopher, who has autism. “It was really hard trying not to go over the line on how he acts,” Idlis said. “I did a lot of research, and I found the exact tempo that I need to play Christopher at. I am so glad that I have the opportunity to present this amazing show.”

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

February 22, 2019

Over 62,000 LEDs light up the brilliant mind of Christopher Boone as he investigates the murder of h...

ARTS FOR PAY

ARTS FOR PAY

February 18, 2019

With their eyes set on exploring career opportunities, spreading arts appreciation, and doing what th...

DREYFOOS TAKES CENTER STAGE

DREYFOOS TAKES CENTER STAGE

January 26, 2019

“One stage. One masterpiece. One message.” Those were the words that Center Stage Master of Ceremonies...

JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

December 21, 2018

As semesters come to a close, study guides and rubrics begin to pile up for the upcoming exams. But for...

CROSSING OVER

CROSSING OVER

December 13, 2018

Taking dance classes to supplement musical theatre or taking digital media courses to strengthen film...

EXTENDING TALENT BEYOND SCHOOL

EXTENDING TALENT BEYOND SCHOOL

October 22, 2018

The talent of Dreyfoos students has always stretched beyond the classroom. They reach for higher goals...

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

September 28, 2018

The rapid adaptation of technology into society is revolutionizing the education system. Today, Dreyfoos...

Oung (right) waits in between competition rounds with her opponents at the CBI speech and debate tournament on the last day of camp. Oung performed her piece in four preliminary rounds and ultimately made it to the final round, which consisted of only six speakers. Throughout the camp, as well as the tournament, Oung crafted both a new piece and several new friendships. “I met so many people at camp on the speech and debate circuit that I’m excited to see in the upcoming school year at tournaments,” Oung said. “Camp is such a good place to make long-lasting friendships with both my fellow debaters and mentors, especially since we made so many memories together in two weeks.”

Q&A ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: KATHERINE OUNG

September 15, 2018

The average Dreyfoos student has a school year filled with the habitual practice of their art; from after-school...

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