The second-ever production of the 2015 musical “Pretty Filthy” was directed by Katie Orenstein ’22 and explores untold stories of the Los Angeles entertainment industry.
Gracie Abrams's debut album features beautiful lyrics that capture letting go of past versions of oneself.
As winter term comes to a close, arts on campus includes student-directed musical ‘Pretty Filthy,’ ‘Sweat’ at Northern Stage, Dartmouth Dance Ensemble’s work in progress showing and a creative writing final radio and podcast showcase.
The one-act festival produced by Dartmouth’s Displaced Theater Company brought new stories to life.
Lil Yachty’s success with “Let’s Start Here.” provides hope that this trend may be ending.
The student orchestra’s annual winter concert will showcase the musicality and technique of the strings orchestra in a unique space
Written by Celeste Jennings ’18, the play follows the story of three Black women attempting to write their own narratives amid a lack of information about their families.
The group performed at Dartmouth as a part of the Hopkins Center's commitment to inviting international artists to campus.
Apple Hill String Quartet brings Native American art to life as part of year-long Hopkins Center residency
The quartet, based in Nelson, New Hampshire, performed works by composer Raven Chacon and the world premiere of a Hopkins Center commission by Dana Lyn.