Nobles Theatre Collective, Winter Mainstage Play: "Pink Floyd's THE WALL Reimagined"
The 2013 Middle School play, The Yellow Boat, opened on Wed., Feb 13, in Lawrence Auditorium. Based on the true story of Benjamin Saar, who was born with congenital hemophilia and died in 1987, at the age of 8, of AIDS-related complications, the play brings to life the creativity, imagination and hope of a brave child.
The Nobles community was treated to an evening of amazing music performance during the annual winter jazz, blues, guitar and percussion concert.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of the fall mainstage play, The Importance of Being Earnest.
Under the direction of Alexi Paraschos, the gospel group Imani performed its first full-length concert on April 13 in Lawrence Auditorium. The 25-member choir with four-member student band presented a set list that included “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Round” and “Carry Me Home.” Readings included “Equality” by Maya Angelou.
The Foster Gallery's current exhibit, "A Girl and Her Room," features selections from an ongoing body of work by photographer and Nobles parent Rania Matar in which she collaborated with girls from both the United States and the Middle East to make photographs that depict the girls in their bedrooms. For more information, go to www.fostergallery.org.
A crowd of supporters filled Lawrence Auditorium for the first dance concert of the year on Thurs., Nov. 17, 2011. Thirty students in the Afternoon Dance Program and academic dance classes, as well as independent student choreographers, presented a string of modern, hip-hop, jazz, Latin and Indian style dances.
The 40,000-square foot Arts Center opened its doors to students in the fall of 2006. The facility has had an immediate and far-reaching impact on the entire visual and performing arts program.
Based inside the stunning Arts Center at Noble and Greenough School, the NTC Summer Theater program offers intense performing arts experience.