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Apr 22, 2014 |

Arts Week: Dynamo And Esprit

Join us for Arts Week, May 13 – 16, 2014!

Every spring we showcase the artistic achievements of our incredibly talented and creative students with a weeklong celebration. Dynamo, our middle school show, will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 13th and 14th, and Esprit, our high school show, will be held on Thursday and Friday, May 15th and 16th. Weekday matinee performances are also available this year.

Due to the growth of our community, we will celebrate Arts Week at the World Trade Center Auditorium this year. While this new venue holds 50 more audience members than our venue last year, we still strongly encourage families to reserve your seats early!   We want to make sure that every parent, grandparent, relative, and special friend gets the chance to see Dynamo and Esprit. To ensure that this can happen, we are asking families to plan to attend only one evening show each of Dynamo and Esprit so that there will be enough tickets available for everyone.

Visual Art Show at 6:00 p.m.

Performance at 7:00 p.m.

World Trade Center Auditorium
25 SW Salmon Street, Third Floor

Dynamo – Buy Tickets

Tuesday, May 13 at 7:00 pm
Wednesday, May 14 at 11:00 am
Wednesday, May 14 at 7:00 pm

Esprit – Buy Tickets

Thursday, May 15 at 7:00 pm
Friday, May 16 at 11:00 am
Friday, May 16 at 7:00 pm

Tickets are $15.00

 


  • Outstanding After-School Classes

    With classes ranging from Darkroom Tech to Robotics to Improv, students can explore visual, performing, and media arts.

    Outstanding After-School Classes
  • Scholarships

    About 25% of Northwest Academy students receive scholarship support each year.

    Scholarships
  • Creativity Matters Here

    We value creative, independent thought in both our academic and arts classes.

    Creativity Matters Here
  • Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience

    Middle school students are acquiring critical skills that will determine the caliber of work they do in high school and college.

    Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience