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The PDG showcase “Word Play,” a show centered around quotes and spoken word, has been postponed indefinitely.

Performing Arts Altered

Lucie Edwards, Graphics Editor - Print
April 13, 2020
(From left to right) Sir Andrew, Sir Toby, Malvolia, Valentine, and Maria—played by Maddie Ishayik (‘23), Karia Kadia (22), Sabrina Webster (‘21), Haha Shi (‘22), and senior Sydney Gerlach respectively—pose for a photo. One of the many plots throughout the play is the harassment and pranks Malvolia is subjected to at the hands of the other four. Photo courtesy of The Bishop’s Performing Arts Instagram (@bishops.performingarts)

Twelfth Night: A Recap

Daniel White, Editor-in-Chief
March 5, 2020
Dr. Micu occasionally takes advantage of the beautiful acoustics in the chapel by bringing the choir there to rehearse. The winter concert was even in the chapel this year.

Musical Maestro: Dr. Micu

Abby Beamer, Staff Writer
December 18, 2019
An Unforgettable Orchestra Performance

An Unforgettable Orchestra Performance

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
December 18, 2019
Pictured from middle to right: Maya Buckley (‘22), Dolce Feenaghty (‘22), and Haha Shi (‘22), in their Bishop’s Singers concert attire.

Bishop’s Takes Over Honor Choir 2019

Maya Buckley, Social Media Manager
November 23, 2019
Gabe in the 2019 PDG show, Orbiting Amadeus. PC: The Bishop's School Flickr

In the Spotlight: Gabe Worstell

Maya Buckley, Social Media Manager
November 20, 2019
Sabrina must check her computer monitors before shows begin to ensure that all light and sound operations are ready to go; once Tech Week begins, these computers are moved from the theater up to the tech booth.

Meet the Stage Manager: Sabrina Fogel

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2019
Gabe Worstell (‘20) delivered a powerful performance of “I’d Rather be Me” from the Broadway musical Mean Girls.

Coffee House Fun

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2019
From left to right: Elizabeth Holm (‘21), Neal Mehta (‘21), Sydney Gerlach (‘20), Novalyne Petreikis (‘23), Joseph Aguilar (‘22),  Maddie Ishayik (‘23), and Delilah Delgado (‘21) all stand on stage during the closing scene of the Bishop's fall play: She Kills Monsters 

(Photo courtesy of the Bishop’s School Instagram)

She Kills Monsters: A Recap

Daniel White, Editor-in-Chief
October 27, 2019
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