On October 3rd, the New York City-based Shakespeare Forum brought its production of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter to The Hun School. The tale of the shamed protagonist Hester Prynne takes place in Puritanical 17th-century Boston. The American fiction classic provides a window into colonial American social mores. Hun School sophomores and juniors attended the production. The sophomores will study American colonialism in U.S. History later this year. After the performance, the group hosted an acting workshop for thirty Hun students.
Exhibit Open now through November in the Wilf Family Global Commons
Photojournalist Alison Wright spoke at The Hun School on September 26th about her career documenting indigenous people around the world and the sometimes life-threatening adventures that accompany her work.
Classical violist Brett Deubner entertained Hun School freshmen during Community Life period this week. Deubner, who has performed with more than 50 orchestras on four continents, introduced students to a wide selection of classical pieces.
The Hun School’s Janus Players will get mysterious and spooky when they present the musical The Addams Family on Feb. 9th at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 10th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in John A. Saks ’31 Auditorium.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.