Afternoon Activities

Kimball Union students are required to participate in an afternoon activity or sport each trimester. Two of these are required to be "team building" in nature, and can be chosen from arts activities or competitive athletics. All new students are required to participate in a "team building" activity or sport in their first trimester.

The Arts Department offers the following activities:

Fall
Theater
Dance
Ceramics 

Winter
Theater
Dance
Band
Visual Arts
Ceramics

Spring
Dance
Visual Arts
Ceramics
Theater (by application)
 
Plays: The fall play is produced by the theater activity group. The winter musical uses the talents of the theater activity, but is also open to those taking part in sports or other activities. The spring plays are usually One Acts, directed and often written by students, and performed in the Campus Center great room.
 
Visit the Afternoon Activities page for other sports and activities.

Arts Activities Video

Arts Events Calendar

List of 3 events.

  • Flick Gig: TBA

    Performance at the Flickinger Auditorium
  • HOP Trip: Brad Mehldau, pianist

    Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth
    Supremely expressive jazz pianist blends diverse influences—from classical to pop—into shapely impromptu musical creations.
    Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth
  • KUA's performance of "Singer's Night"

    Singer's Salon individtual student vocal performances in the Jazz and Pop genres. Campus Center
    Kimball Union Academy Campus Center
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