The Tabor Poetry club meets every Tuesday evening in the library for 45 minutes to an hour to share original and published poetry. It is a place where people who think of themselves as writers, and those who may not, come together and enjoy each other’s voice.
Selecting a musical is a little like going to the pantry to sort out dinner. One sees many options: the contents of one shelf look appetizing but are too similar to last night’s dinner or, for the director, to last year’s show. The contents of another shelf amount to back-ups, meals held in reserve, or shows the director has kicked around but passed on, sometimes for reasons as simple as the rights not being available.
Topics: The Arts
To my freshman self four years ago, leadership sounded like a far-fetched idea. Playing saxophone is definitely one of my biggest passions in life, but as the last-seat saxophone in wind ensemble and a “newbie” in jazz band, what could I do to make a real impact?
This article appeared in the Fall '15 Tabor Today magazine. Sally speaks at Tabor on 10/31 at 1pm as part of the Graboys Leadership Symposium. You can tune into her talk on Facebook live.
Everyone knows that Tabor’s winter musical is one of the largest drama productions of the year. But what goes into making such a large-scale production work by the time the first note is sung on opening night? Having gotten the chance to experience first hand what goes into the making of the musical let me tell you there’s a lot more than meets the eye.
Senior Projects 2014 have run the gamut from customizing a motorcycle to dance choreography to shadowing teachers and public health officials. I wanted to share the award winning project with you: Silent Film Scoring by Renee Chen'14.