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Outgoing Dean Austin Quigley is in the audience for tonight’s performance of the 115th Annual Varsity Show. Below, an eager audience member is disappointed to learn that his English accent is not, in fact, faked. – Photo by ACM

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Like many of you, last night the staff of the Blue and White attended the 115th Annual Varsity Show, “The Gates of Wrath.” The Varsity Show should not be, as most people say, about collectively making fun of ourselves and our school. It’s about collectively doing something—anything—together. And last night, at the premiere of the […]

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Meet the cast and chorus (they’re calling them the “principals” and the “ensemble,” but no matter) and design team of the 115th Annual Varsity Show! It looks like nary a cast or chorus member of the 114th Annual Varsity Show has returned. Traditionally, cast members are notified of their acceptance by being hit in the […]

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Congratulations to this year’s creative team of the 115th Annual Varsity Show, which was announced via email mere minutes ago. Director: Thomas Anawalt CC’09 Producer: Rebecca Lewis CC’11 Producer: Darcy Zacharias CC’10 Writer: Erica Drennan CC’11 Writer: Rachel Leopold CC’10 Writer: Sam Reisman CC’10 Composer/Lyricist: Becky Greenstein BC’10 Composer/Lyricist: Matt Stauffer GS’09 Choreographer: Claire Halberstadt […]

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