Tag Archives: Art

Freeman showcases his talent outside of school

Nicholas Freeman was acting in a play, Baby Case, outside of school. The show told the story of the 1932 trial following the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh’s twenty-month-old baby. Freeman’s main character was the prosecuting attorney, named Wilentz, but he also plays seven other characters. Baby Case was …

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Summer Movies

Blockbuster season begins with a large quantity of anticipated films It’s that time of year again; the time when summer movies come sneaking into theatres one by one with big names, big plots, and even bigger budgets. A number of these movies have already shared a bit of screen time, …

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Hannibal Review

Fresh audience, same villain Past surgeon, current psychologist: new TV series gives viewers a glimpse of Hannibal Lectar’s past, filled with crime chasing and many twists and turns More than twenty years ago, Anthony Perkins won the Academy Award for his eerily charismatic portrayal of jailed serial killer Hannibal Lectar …

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The Meaning of Movies

The significance of movies Senior Anna Scholl expresses her love for movies, and explains that this art form is often greatly misunderstood and stereotyped For some, movies are merely a form of entertainment, a two-hour joyride through explosive plots involving action, supermodels, and one-liners to copy and splurge into their …

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Finding a voice of their own

 AP Studio Art students try to find their own style through creating portfolios in place of an exam There is something that all singers, writers, and artists alike need: their voice. Metaphorically speaking in the latter cases, an artist’s voice is their style or how their work “speaks” to themselves …

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