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Gallery: Best of Broadway Dress Rehearsal

Gallery: Best of Broadway Dress Rehearsal

Cleo Falvey, Arts Writing Editor

February 2, 2016

The Sagamore goes behind the scenes for exclusive pictures of the Best of Broadway Musicals' dress rehearsal. Cleo Falvey / Sagamore Staff

A Glimpse Inside Science Cupboards

A Glimpse Inside Science Cupboards

Sara Hogenboom, News Writing Editor

February 2, 2016

The cupboards lining the science hallway are often overlooked during the rushed and crowded hallway commute; however, they contain displays made by science clubs and classes at the high school. Biology teacher Dr. Briana Brown, who manages and creates many of the displays, guides the Sagamore on a video...

Glassblowers dedicate themselves to unique medium

Glassblowers dedicate themselves to unique medium

Lizzy Filine, Arts Writing Editor

January 26, 2016

  Behind each cool, smooth colored piece of glass lies hours of heat, careful handling and thought. Although glassblowing is challenging, it provides a medium for self-expression and dedication. Glasswork takes on different styles depending on the artist's preference. Senior Jess Newman ...

Review: Emerson Play

Sarah Groustra, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

Family drama, freak storms, and the voice in your head—“Dust Storms”, the 2016 Emerson play, is a story of love in the face of disaster. The piece was written and directed by senior Dalia Glazman, and co-directed by senior Izzy Schettino. “Dust Storms” is a vignette in the lives of characters simpl...

Artistic outlets help in developing newfound sense of maturity

Artistic outlets help in developing newfound sense of maturity

Sasha Saias, Arts Managing Editor

January 24, 2016

Two full flips in the air, a straight posture and a twist midway through the second whirl. This double layout flip is junior Katya Karpova’s favorite move, but according to Karpova, it has also proven to be one of the hardest skills to master. Karpova has been competing in gymnastics since she was six years...

Art classes affect students’ performance in other classes

Art classes affect students’ performance in other classes

Jillian Goldstein, Staff Writer

January 20, 2016

A light chatter echoes through the room. The students sit on metal stools and work on their pieces, discussing their ideas with peers. Students involved in visual arts classes at the high school say that these classes are a relaxing way to learn techniques which are applicable in academic based classes. Sophomore...

A Glimpse Into Dance Classes at the High School

A Glimpse Into Dance Classes at the High School

Maya Morris, Visuals Manager

January 19, 2016

Ever been curious about taking dance, or wonder what your friends who take dance are up to? The Sagamore invaded the high school's dance classes to see what the dancers are working on! There are four levels of dance, beginning, intermediate, advanced and choreography, taught by the high school's three...

Review: Revisions

Review: Revisions

Cleo Falvey, Arts Writing Editor

January 14, 2016

Variety is the spice of life, and variety was certainly in abundance at Revisions 2016. Held in Dance Studio One in the Tappan Gym at 7:30 p.m., the showcase of dancing, singing and improv had the theater crowded. A supportive audience was engaged throughout the entirety of the 90-minute show. The n...

Review: Needs Improvment

Review: Needs Improvment

Jillian Goldstein, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

Needs Improvment, the improvisational acting group at the high school, performs with such a natural feeling, fluidity and joy, it is difficult to tell that performers make up their lines in the moment. On Friday, Jan. 8, in the Roberts-Dubbs Auditorium, the group once again wowed an audience with t...

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