The cast and crew of Brooks’ Firetrail Theatre company slayed in the fall play, a production of Arsenic and Old Lace on campus November 10-13. Even new Assistant Head of School Nina Hanlon got in on the act!
There is a reason we choose to keep the Arts Department at the center of the Brooks campus. It is a symbol for how the arts fit into the center of our lives.
Art is an important, necessary passion of mine … I have found
that art stimulates a part of my brain that calms me down
and allows me to escape from the world. It has also helped me
to improve my grades in other classes.
Callie Scala ’18
Give a Listen . . .
- Advanced Rock Band performs their cover of "The Middle." Two online students sent in their recorded tracks, which Music Teacher Caio Afiune then combined with recordings of students taken during class on campus!
- Class of 2021 collaboration: Caroline Samoluk ’21 wrote and performs “Disparu,” a piece produced by Linden Adamson ’21.
Drawing and 2D Studio Art class portfolios by 30 students:
Painter Julia S. Powell shared with students the story of her career 180, furthering discussion of the ideas in this year's All Community Read, The Midnight Library.
With the exciting news that one of her artworks was recently selected for an international exhibition, Art Department Chair Babs Wheelden is living her motto.
For her theater independent, Delaney Eiland '22 produced, cast, starred in and directed the musical "The Mad Ones."