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Hometown kids sing their hearts out

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent Medfield High School’s SoundWaves and four other high school a cappella groups, including Westwood’s Passing Notes and Needham’s Fermata Nowhere, amazed the audience at Medfield High School’s A Cappella Night on Friday, March 29, at the school’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. They were joined by the accomplished Medfield Jr. Jazz...
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A lyrical, magical tale at Medfield High School

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent [caption id="attachment_32317" align="alignright" width="300"]Michael Koellner. Michael Koellner.[/caption] The Medfield High School Theatre Society presented the thought-provoking and lyrical musical, “Big Fish,” from March 15–17 at the school’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. The students’ subtle, emotional acting and heartfelt singing enthralled the audience,...
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A Cappella Night on tap

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The Medfield Music Association will present MHS A Cappella Night on Friday, March 29, at 7 p.m. at MHS’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. This will mark Medfield High School’s second year hosting the event after last year’s wildly successful debut. It will feature the award-winning Northeastern University A cappella group The Nor’easters, along with a...
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Medfield jazzers swing into new year

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent The Medfield High School Music Department’s Jazz Winterfest took place on Wednesday, January 23, at the school’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. Both the Jazz Choir, under the direction of Ann Marie Tremblay, and the Jazz Band, directed by Jason Bielik, performed a variety of music with intricate harmonies, outstanding...
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An uplifting winter concert in Medfield

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent The Medfield High School Music Department presented their winter concert on December 11 at 7 p.m. in the school’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. Excitement filled the air as the large crowd settled in to hear the varied program performed by the Concert Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, and Concert Band. The...
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MHS ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ enchants

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent [caption id="attachment_30053" align="alignright" width="300"](L to R) Nicole Mulready playing Hermia; Marcus D'Angelo playing Lysander. (L to R) Nicole Mulready playing Hermia; Marcus D'Angelo playing Lysander.[/caption] The Medfield High School Theatre Society presented a lively version of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”...
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‘The Snow Queen’ set to enchant Medfield

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Medfield High School Theatre will be performing the play "The Snow Queen" on October 27 at 7 p.m. and October 28 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., at MHS’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. The script, written by Tyler J. Monroe and adapted from the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, follows a brave and...
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MHS Theatre presenting ‘The Snow Queen’

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Medfield High School Theatre will be performing the play "The Snow Queen" on October 27 at 7 p.m. and October 28 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., at MHS’s Lowell Mason Auditorium. The script, written by Tyler J. Monroe and adapted from the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, follows a brave and...
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Miss Amazing Celebration Returns to Medfield

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

For the third year in a row, the Lowell Mason Auditorium at Medfield High was packed for Saturday night’s Miss Amazing Celebration, which is a state pageant that offers girls with disabilities the chance to shine in the spotlight and take the stage for...

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