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Greens Farms Academy is a PreK-12, coed school in Westport, CT

Performing Arts

All Lower School students, 85% of Middle School students, and more than half of the Upper School students are actively involved in excelling in musical and theatrical pursuits.

Performing Arts Perspectives

Stephen Stout

By Stephen Stout
Director of Theatre Programs

Passion is only reinforced in times of uncertainty. The importance to have that one thing that can drive and motivate you no matter the circumstance is at an all-time high. I read somewhere that passion means a “willingness to suffer for what you love.” Yes. But it also means Joy, Fervor, Devotion, Ardor, Dedication, Zest, Eagerness, even Frenzy and Heat. 

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Exploring Serialism

Compositions by Avery Duer '20, Daniel Hong '21, and Janice Park '20

"These pieces are examples of serialism (12-tone composition). The challenge of avant garde writing is to maintain musicality even when confronting seemingly non-musical parameters. The interesting results of the students' efforts in this project is further evidence of their extraordinary creativity."

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Performing Arts Center

In 2015, GFA celebrated the opening of its new Performing Arts Center to showcase both the performing and visual arts. But more importantly, it provides a state-of-the-art space for students to get down to the daily work of scene and costume design, theater technology, public speaking, rehearsing, and working on their craft.

Original Compositions:

These original works were written by three students in Dr. Cadwallader's Composition class, and then performed/recorded by a professional woodwind quintet. (Click "next" to hear each track.)
Little Shop of Horrors: Behind the Scenes

12 angry jurors

12 Angry Jurors
12 Angry Jurors


12 Angry Jurors


12 Angry Jurors