Advanced Placement Art at Immaculate Heart High School
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Advanced Placement Art at Immaculate Heart High School

By Olivia Fries-Farr ‘19 Building experience in an area of interest that you are passionate about is a great way to figure out your future goals and aspirations. During their high school years, students get the opportunity to explore their ideas and learn new ways of creating. A good example is Immaculate Heart High School’s … Continue reading

IHHS Presents The Matchmaker
Arts and Entertainment

IHHS Presents The Matchmaker

By Lola Jamin ’20 This semester, the Genesians are staging their fall play “The Matchmaker.” Written by Thornton Wilder in 1957, the play is an adaptation of “The Merchant of Yonkers” that was turned into the successful Broadway musical “Hello, Dolly!” featuring Carol Channing and later the popular film “Hello, Dolly!” starring Barbra Streisand. The … Continue reading

Rapiers and Rap: The Genesian’s Romeo and Juliet
Arts and Entertainment / Opinion

Rapiers and Rap: The Genesian’s Romeo and Juliet

By Ashley Conde ’17 The story of Romeo and Juliet is deeply embedded in our cultural psyche. Artists have adapted the original Shakespearean text to different social contexts— for example, West Side Story is set in mid-century New York, while High School Musical occurs in early 2000s New Mexico. With their most recent production, the … Continue reading

Review: The Genesian’s Romeo and Juliet
Arts and Entertainment / Opinion

Review: The Genesian’s Romeo and Juliet

By Nicolette Nuzzi ’17 The Genesian’s lively, hip-hop-infused interpretation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet entertained the Immaculate Heart community from March 23-26th. The actors and stage crew took on the daunting task of revamping the iconic, age-old story and did so incredibly well. It was apparent that the actors understood what they were saying, despite … Continue reading

No “Split” Decision for This Thriller
Arts and Entertainment

No “Split” Decision for This Thriller

By Olivia Fries-Farr ‘19 The movie Split, which opened in theaters January 17, is a psychological thriller from Universal Pictures and produced, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The main cast includes James McAvoy who is the split, multiple-personality lead of the film, Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cook, Betty Buckley as Dr. Karen Fletcher, … Continue reading