Students participating in both theater and dance made February a month to remember for fine arts aficionados, delivering dazzling performances in Norfolk Academy's Winter Dance Concert and Winter Musical.
More than 100 students participated in the musical, which Headmaster Dennis Manning often refers to as the school's Super Bowl as it falls around the same time of year. Students were heavily involved on stage, but also behind the scenes with the production team and in the orchestra. Special congratulations to 21 seniors who made their final musical at NA so successful. The show hit the Johnson Theater stage from February 15-19, with daily shows for captivated audiences.
Caroline Bisi directed the show, pumping countless hours into the production over the course of the past few months. She was joined by almost a dozen faculty and staff who devoted their time to this annual show.
The Winter Dance Concert also brought in a number of students, faculty, and even alumni. Directed by Dance Master Elbert Watson and Assistant Director Suzy Gunn '01, the show included pieces choreographed by seniors Lila Martinez '23 and Jane Stewart '23, as well as Madalyn Mejia '22, who spent part of her break from Princeton University helping the team.
Those unable to watch the show live in Price Auditorium on February 10 can still enjoy the concert. It is available on our Fine Arts on NA-TV page on the school website.
Please enjoy these many photos from the shows!