Fine Arts News

Arts Guild sponsors StageOne residency

Thanks to the KCD Fine Arts Guild, second graders have spent four weeks working with artist in residence Talleri McRae, the associate education director of StageOne Family Theatre.

Secrets of Wonka’s Chocolate Factory revealed!

The secrets behind Willy Wonka’s marvelous candy confections have been closely guarded for years. Now a small group of children is about to go inside, and you can come along!

Drama Society collects cans for kids

Every Halloween, the MS Drama Society sponsors the Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat food drive. During this annual event, students bring in canned goods to earn a Halloween dress-down pass.

After 3 years, KCD arts center has brought revenue, growth to school

KCD's arts center has greatly benefited our school. Check out the link below for a feature article on our great facility in the C-J. 

Bravo for cast and crew of Still Life with Iris

Congratulations to director Trudy Wheeler and the cast and crew of Still Life with Iris on a great series of performances before Spring Break.

US stages magical production of Peter Pan

Congratulations to director Kate Scinta and the cast and crew of Peter Pan on an amazing series of shows this weekend.

Applause for The Little Mermaid!

Congratulations to the cast and crew of The Little Mermaid, who put on four great shows over the weekend. Two shows were sold out, and the other two were almost full.

Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat

The Middle School Drama Society and the Upper School Actor's Guild will once again be sponsoring their annual Trick or Treat So Kids CAN Eat food drive.

Upper School offers something new with production of Almost, Maine

On a cold, clear moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine.

Lexington Children’s Theatre visits puppetry class

On Wednesday, fifth and sixth grade students in Trudy Wheeler’s Puppetry elective participated in a workshop run by puppeteers from the Lexington Children’s Theatre.

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