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CRLS Spring Concert Branches Out, Brings Musicians Together

CRLS Spring Concert Branches Out, Brings Musicians Together

June 17, 2019

On Friday, May 17th, the CRLS music department coalesced to create a final production of the year—the Spring Concert. The show started with the Drumline/Percussion Ensemble, directed by Mr. Guillermo Nojechowicz, followed by Dr. Ivan Stefanov’s vocal ensemble.

“Heathers: The Musical” Showcases Student Creativity and Individuality

“Heathers: The Musical” Showcases Student Creativity and Individuality

June 15, 2019

This spring, CRLS students put on their very own production of Heathers: The Musical. Unlike past fall musicals, that have been produced by the CRLS drama department, Heathers: The Musical was independently produced by seniors Eva Beram, Micaela Leon Perdomo, and Harvard ART member Kathryn Rosenberg.

Spring DANCE/works Show

Spring DANCE/works Show

June 5, 2019

Every semester, the CRLS Modern Dance Company (MDC) puts on an entertaining and lively show to display their talent and creativity to the school, and this semester was no different.

Artist of the Month: Hanna Carney

Artist of the Month: Hanna Carney

June 4, 2019

At CRLS, it is well known that senior Hanna Carney is a powerhouse. Carney has been involved in the arts since a young age, devoting herself to a wide variety of musical and artistic activities.

Student-Created “Don’t Cry, Black Boy” Digs Deep Down

Student-Created “Don’t Cry, Black Boy” Digs Deep Down

June 4, 2019

This year’s spring drama production, This, I Know for Sure, was unusual in that it was based entirely off of the actors’ personal stories. One sce...

“This, I Know for Sure” Stuns

“This, I Know for Sure” Stuns

June 4, 2019

This, I Know for Sure was a student-produced play consisting of song and dance based on true, personal experiences that shaped each actor. The number ...

A Cappella Sings for a Cause

A Cappella Sings for a Cause

June 3, 2019

On Friday, April 26th, the Fitzgerald Theatre was filled with harmonizing voices, dancing, and cheering students—but no instruments. The bi-annual A Cappella Jam showcased the talents of five different student groups: Sassafras, Girls Next Door, Pitches and Dos, Tonal Eclipse, and The Transpositions, as well as a special performance from the professional group Fermata Town.

Annual Jazz Night: New Venue, Same Dazzling Performances

Annual Jazz Night: New Venue, Same Dazzling Performances

June 3, 2019

On the night of Tuesday, April 30th, friends, family, and other members of the Cambridge community filled the back room of the restaurant La Fabrica in Central to enjoy performances by the World Jazz Ensemble, the Vocal Ensemble, and the CRLS Big Band.

Artist of the Month: Andrew Keating

Artist of the Month: Andrew Keating

May 1, 2019

Andrew Keating ’19 is a man of many talents, with five instruments—bass, electric guitar, cello, drums, and piano—in his repertoire. “I first got into playing music when I saw this guy playing cello on TV, and I knew that I wanted to learn how to play,” Keating explains.

Outfit of the Month: Fritz Duverglas

Outfit of the Month: Fritz Duverglas

May 1, 2019

It was Steve Jobs who famously sported the same black turtleneck, working jeans, and sneakers wherever he went. Many others have tried a similar philosophy, but few can pull it off as well as Fritz Duverglas ’19. You’ve likely seen his famous silhouette in the hallways; a pepperoni hoodie topped by a cheesy bucket hat to match. Duverglas is nearing the end of his fourth and last year of consistently wearing nothing but pizza-themed attire. So, to celebrate the occasion, the Register Forum conducted an interview to uncover the scoop behind one of CRLS’ most fashion-forward students.

CRLS’ Talents Showcased

CRLS’ Talents Showcased

May 1, 2019

On April 11th and 12th, April break kicked off on a high note as members of the CRLS community showcased an assortment of exciting talents ranging from musical performances to spoken word poetry.

“The 39 Steps” to Compete in Drama Festival Finals

“The 39 Steps” to Compete in Drama Festival Finals

March 29, 2019

On March 16th, members of the Visual and Performing Arts’ drama program performed "The 39 Steps," a parody adapted from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 movie. This play is one of the contestants entered into the annual Massachusetts High School Drama Festival, a festival featuring 112 plays produced by high schools in the Boston area. Directed by drama and film studies teacher Monica Murray, "The 39 Steps" has made it all the way to the state finals after winning at the semi-finals the weekend of the 16th.

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