Led by director Matthew Frazier-Smith and his amazing Dedicated Performing Arts Team, our talented students closed out session two of the TASIS Summer Programs with a variety of excellent performances. They somehow managed to pull together these incredible performances in less than three weeks!
Details about each performance can be found in the Summer Arts Festival program, and please enjoy video footage below.
CDE Drama and Music Production
CDE students from the TASIS Summer Programs performed in the Palmer Center on the afternoon of August 10.
TSP Musical: Famous
TSP students performed the original musical Famous in the Palmer Center on the evening of August 10. Famous was written and directed by Michael Rosenbaum, and the music and lyrics were written by Rosenbaum and TJ Liquori.
TSP Drama Performances
Students from TSP language classes performed original works in the Palmer Center on the afternoon of August 11. Allegory of Olympus was directed by Stephanie Figer and Gaby Sforza, Evil Robot Doctor was directed by Figer and Kyle Adkins, and Shy Pirates was directed by Adkins and Matthew Frazier-Smith.
TSP Talent Show
TSP students and staff shared their talents with the TASIS community in the Palestra on the evening of August 11.
CDE Musical: Imagination Station
CDE students performed the original musical Imagination Station in the Palmer Center on the afternoon of August 12. Andrew Leonard directed the show and wrote the book, music, and lyrics.
CDE Final Night
CDE celebrated the conclusion of session two with a number of performances in the Palestra on the evening of August 12.
MSP Musical: Sketch
MSP students performed the original musical Sketch in the Palmer Center on the evening of August 12. Sketch was written and directed by Stephanie Figer. The music was written by Figer, Michael Rosenbaum, and TJ Liquori, and lyrics were written by Figer and MSP Musical Theater Students.
MSP Final Night
MSP celebrated the conclusion of session two with a number of performances in the Palestra on the evening of August 12.
Many excellent photographs from these performances and other Summer Program events can be found on the TASIS SmugMug page.