Update on the Spring Musical

By: Alisha Lai The past year has been anything but ordinary. Prior to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, no one could have ever imagined a world where over four hundred thousand people have died in the United States alone and where millions more face unemployment, homelessness and food insecurities. Even in our own Briarcliff community, life is quite different. Luckily, there is one thing … Continue reading Update on the Spring Musical

How To… Address the Sexism in this Year’s Musical

By Emma Diller Volume 68, Issue III BHS’s spring musical, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, is a timepiece that exposes life in corporate America. It is a satire that takes place in the ‘50s, and despite the play being satirical it strikes an all-too-familiar chord with the actors and actresses in the musical. “The sexism in the show is very obvious and … Continue reading How To… Address the Sexism in this Year’s Musical

BHS Presents: The Boys from Syracuse

Volume 67, Issue III Come see BHS’s production of The Boys from Syracuse this March! “A zany take on one of the oldest stories in the book, The Boys From Syracuse is a classic ‘30s musical — a hilarious frolic through a small town where two pairs of separated-at-birth identical twins seem destined never to find each other, causing mayhem along the way.” Performances:  Friday, … Continue reading BHS Presents: The Boys from Syracuse