Students star on stage—and behind the scenes—in Winsor plays and concerts throughout the year. They also perform in productions coordinated by Belmont Hill and Roxbury Latin. Our beautiful new performing arts center supports a wide array of classes and co-curricular opportunities in drama, choral and orchestral music, and dance.
In this video, watch as students explore Winsor's exciting new dance program, led by performing arts faculty Carey McKinley. From experienced dancer to novice artist, there are many new movements and styles of dance to explore in the Nancy and Richard Lubin Center for Performing Arts.
Arthur Miller's classic 1953 play, "The Crucible," explores a community filled with fear, distrust and hysteria and asks: what does it take to stand up for what is good and true in a corrupt society? Upper School actors are preparing to tackle the play under the direction of drama teacher Jeremy Johnson.
The Class IV Shakespeare Project, a favorite Winsor tradition, culminated this week with performances offering two takes on Macbeth, the timeless tale of ambition, betrayal and regret.