Events for the 2018-19 Season

All tickets are $15 unless noted otherwise.
Choate Rosemary Hall is pleased to offer all tickets at a reduced cost to promote art & community in Wallingford, Connecticut.

Sept 14Gelb Theatre

Storytellers Rohina Malik, Susan Stone, and Kim Schultz, along with musician Alejandro Castillano, present unique yet universal stories, inspired by each of their personal journeys and faiths.

 

Keeping Faith: Sisters of Story

 

Sept 16Arts Center Main Stage

CHILDREN'S SERIES
Based on the children's popular book series published by Scholastic, The Magic School Bus blasts into outer space in this new musical adventure presented by Theaterworks USA.

 

Theatreworks USA production of  THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS

 

Sept 30Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's talented faculty musicians in a varied and delightful program. Free and open to the public, with donations for the Music Lesson Scholarship Fund gratefully accepted.

Oct 12Arts Center Gallery

Exhibit Open: Sept. 5 - Nov. 8 
Artist Reception: Oct. 12

Work exploring our tenuous connections to the environment and attempts to bring awareness to the themes of stewardship, fluidity, excess, and integration.

Oct 12Arts Center Main Stage

Tsidii Le Loka, Tony award-winning actress of Disney's stage musical, The Lion King, joins musician Tony Vacca for a concert that celebrates musical global citizenship. An effortless blend of Black and White, male and female, voice and drums, tradition and innovation connect South Africa and America with threads uniting past, present, and future.

Oct 26Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's Student groups:
Wind Ensemble, String Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, and Symphony Orchestra.

Oct 26Arts Center Gallery

Featuring Choate's Festival and Chamber Choruses.

Nov 2 - 4Gelb Theater

CHILDREN'S SERIES
This student production will make you feel like one of the gang as your journey along the yellow brick road. Directed by Carol Jones.

Nov 11Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's voice, piano, and organ student artists.

Nov 11Arts Center Recital Hall

Featuring Choate's student instrumentalists.

Nov 30Arts Center Gallery

Exhibit Open: Nov. 27 - Dec. 18
Artist Reception: Nov. 30

Featuring student art work in all visual arts classes created during the Fall term.

Dec
16Arts Center Main Stage

Annual Holiday Concert featuring Susan Yankee Dillner, mezzo soprano and Wallingford high school choruses.

Dec 16Seymour St. John Chapel

The Festival of Lessons and Carols is based on the service of scripture and song held in King's College Chapel, Cambridge. Readings from the Bible are interspersed with anthems sung by Choate choruses and the congregation in a spirit-filled celebration of the holiday season.

Jan 11Arts Center Main Stage

Love Heals All Wounds by MOVEMENT ART IS

ft. Jon Boogz and Lil Buck and special guests

Movement artists Lil Buck and Jon Boogz, founders of MAI (Movement Arts Is), perform Love Heals All Wounds with an ensemble cast. Through dance they address societal issues like racism, police violence, immigration and the destruction of the environment.

Jan 11 - Feb 22Arts Center Gallery

Stunning visual narratives of the human condition and powerful stories of some of society's voiceless people.

Feb 7 - 8Gelb Theater

This annual performing arts festival features plays, films, songs, spoken word, and standup - all written, directed, produced and performed by Choate students.

Feb 10Arts Center Recital Hall

Featuring student instrumentalists.

Feb 14 - 16Arts Center Main Stage

This Choate Rosemary Hall student production presents the side-splitting farce written by Michael Frayn. Directed by Deighna DeRiu.

Feb 17Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's voice, piano, and organ student artists.

Feb 17Arts Center Recital Hall

Featuring student musicians playing chamber music.

Chorus

Feb 23Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's Festival and Chamber Choruses.

Feb 23Arts Center Main Stage

Family Concert! Disney Magic!

Featuring Mayor William Dickinson as Narrator and Sandbox Percussion.

Feb 24Arts Center Main Stage

Featuring Choate's instrumental groups: Wind Ensemble, String Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, and Symphony Orchestra.

Mar 22 - 24Arts Center Main Stage

Featuring dancers from Choate's Dance Program in student, faculty and guest choreography.

Mar 22Arts Center Gallery

Exhibit Open: Mar. 18 - Apr. 24
Artist Reception: Mar. 22

Featuring student art work in all visual arts classes created during the Winter term.

Apr 7Arts Center Main Stage

The Planets.

Featuring the Winner of the Mitchell Family String Concerto Competition and Choate's Choruses directed by Alysoun Kegel.

May 3Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's Festival and Chamber Choruses.

May 10Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring Choate's instrumental groups: Wind Ensemble, String Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, and Symphony Orchestra.

May 12Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring student musicians- in voice, piano and organ.

May 12Arts Center Recital Hall

Featuring student instrumentalists.

May 12Arts Center Gallery

Exhibit Open: May 3 - May 23
Artist Reception: May 12

Showcasing the work of graduating visual artists from the Arts Concentration signature program.

May 16 - 18Arts Center Main Stage

This Choate Rosemary Hall student production presents the critically-acclaimed rock opera by Jonathan Larson. Directed by Deighna DeRiu.

May 24Seymour St. John Chapel

Featuring student musicians in small chamber and solo works.

June 30Seymour St. John Chapel Lawn