Category Archives: Arts

70lbs of Books – “ . . . to be remembered is an honor . . . ”

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by Chip Lamb (faculty) – In a few weeks we will break our routine and gather as a school. We will sit down and eat together and enjoy each other’s company over a dinner that is made just for us. … Continue reading

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Pomfret is my “Sugar Mountain” – Senior Chapel Speech

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by Seth Fargnoli ’13 – There’s no easy way to do this. To move on from somewhere that has meant something to you for an amount of time, and to head out to the unknown. Originally from Providence, Rhode Island, … Continue reading

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Playwriting – There Is No Right Answer

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by Danielle Gomes Rodrigues ’14 On our first meeting I found out that Playwriting would not be my conventional class. It is held in a room with no desks, but couches instead, and there are only four students. On that … Continue reading

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Itinerant Statesmen

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by Seth Fargnoli ’13 – Two Novembers ago, a band I had been in for about a year and a half was slowly becoming inactive. We had played numerous shows in the area and were a great group of friends, … Continue reading

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Improvisation & Sketch Comedy “remarkable”

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by Abby Horst ‘15 – How can you tell someone’s social status by observing her actions? In Mr. Lamb’s Improvisation and Sketch Comedy class we are challenged by such questions. Every day is new; we learn different techniques about improving … Continue reading

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Enjoying Work on the Fall Theatre Production

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by Katie Gordon ’15 – This fall I’ve had the great pleasure of being in the play The Rimers of Eldritch, by Lanford Wilson, which is directed by Chip Lamb. It’s a story about a group of people from the … Continue reading

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The Moment of Magic: Why I Love Acting

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by Bill Wong ’14 – A friendly soccer game of shirts vs. skins, that’s what we played my first day of sports at Pomfret. There was a 50% chance I would have to take off my shirt to be on … Continue reading

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Around the World in 4 Years and an Hour

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by Cecile Lu ’12
 – One of the reasons Pomfret has been such a wonderful experience for me for the past four years is because of the numerous clubs and activities students can participate in. One club that I entered … Continue reading

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Appreciating the Effort that Goes into Creating Beautiful Music

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by Molly Mead ’14 – Charlie Houmard, with the help of Tim Peck ’00 and several private lesson instructors, has crafted a music department that is determined to extend students’ musical skills and knowledge. Chorus is an elective that is … Continue reading

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Capturing the Spirit of Pomfret

by Cole Spivak ’12 – Recently, I chose to focus my Advanced Film course project on capturing Pomfret’s school spirit through the words of students and faculty. This film will use interviews, photographs, and films to educate myself, and the … Continue reading

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