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“For Though They May Be Parted”

Posted on March 7, 2019

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Sixth graders kicked off their interdisciplinary study of the 20th century with an original play featuring music from the century's songbook. The show, written by former faculty member Wil Lobko and current faculty Jeff Moore (Music Chair) and Emily Einhorn (Upper School Science), tells its story through the iconic songs from the century, as well as famous speeches of the period, and through the poetry of Wilfred Owen and Langston Hughes.

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