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    PE: Champions Shopping Event at Love Shack Fancy

    LoveShackFancy, 2028 Northern Blvd, Manhasset, NY 11030, USA
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    Tea w/ International Families

    Middle School - Communications Office - MSCOM
    Contact: Luisa Wu

    Upper School Play

    Commons - Black Box - C109
     The Portledge Upper School Theatre Peeps proudly present the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe. “In this contemporary slice-of-life play, The Wolves, a girls’ indoor soccer team, practice drills as they prepare for a succession of games. As they warm up and talk about life, the girls navigate the politics of their personal lives as well as the politics of the larger world.” - Lincoln Center Study Guide
     
    THE WOLVES is a PG-13 script with young actors playing young characters dealing with adult themes. This play is told entirely from the perspective of teenage, female athletes in the US. Trigger warning: adult language, discussion of sex, anxiety, systemic racism, sexism, religion, abortion, and death.

    “I wanted to see a portrait of teenage girls as human beings - as complicated, nuanced, very idiosyncratic people who weren’t just girlfriends or sex objects or manic pixie dream girls but who were athletes and daughters and students and scholars and people who were trying actively to figure out who they were in this changing world around them.” —Sarah DeLappe, playwright of THE WOLVES
     
    Performance Dates:
    Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, December 9th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 10th @ 3:00 p.m.
    80 seats available per performance. 
    Contact: Jason Dula
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    Upper School Play

    Commons - Black Box - C109
    The Portledge Upper School Theatre Peeps proudly present the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe. “In this contemporary slice-of-life play, The Wolves, a girls’ indoor soccer team, practice drills as they prepare for a succession of games. As they warm up and talk about life, the girls navigate the politics of their personal lives as well as the politics of the larger world.” - Lincoln Center Study Guide
     
    THE WOLVES is a PG-13 script with young actors playing young characters dealing with adult themes. This play is told entirely from the perspective of teenage, female athletes in the US. Trigger warning: adult language, discussion of sex, anxiety, systemic racism, sexism, religion, abortion, and death.

    “I wanted to see a portrait of teenage girls as human beings - as complicated, nuanced, very idiosyncratic people who weren’t just girlfriends or sex objects or manic pixie dream girls but who were athletes and daughters and students and scholars and people who were trying actively to figure out who they were in this changing world around them.” —Sarah DeLappe, playwright of THE WOLVES
     
    Performance Dates:
    Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, December 9th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 10th @ 3:00 p.m.
    80 seats available per performance. 
    Contact: Jason Dula

    Upper School Play

    Commons - Black Box - C109
     The Portledge Upper School Theatre Peeps proudly present the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe. “In this contemporary slice-of-life play, The Wolves, a girls’ indoor soccer team, practice drills as they prepare for a succession of games. As they warm up and talk about life, the girls navigate the politics of their personal lives as well as the politics of the larger world.” - Lincoln Center Study Guide
     
    THE WOLVES is a PG-13 script with young actors playing young characters dealing with adult themes. This play is told entirely from the perspective of teenage, female athletes in the US. Trigger warning: adult language, discussion of sex, anxiety, systemic racism, sexism, religion, abortion, and death.

    “I wanted to see a portrait of teenage girls as human beings - as complicated, nuanced, very idiosyncratic people who weren’t just girlfriends or sex objects or manic pixie dream girls but who were athletes and daughters and students and scholars and people who were trying actively to figure out who they were in this changing world around them.” —Sarah DeLappe, playwright of THE WOLVES
     
    Performance Dates:
    Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, December 9th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 10th @ 3:00 p.m.
    80 seats available per performance. 
    Contact: Jason Dula
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    Upper School Play

    Commons - Black Box - C109
    The Portledge Upper School Theatre Peeps proudly present the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, THE WOLVES by Sarah DeLappe. “In this contemporary slice-of-life play, The Wolves, a girls’ indoor soccer team, practice drills as they prepare for a succession of games. As they warm up and talk about life, the girls navigate the politics of their personal lives as well as the politics of the larger world.” - Lincoln Center Study Guide
     
    THE WOLVES is a PG-13 script with young actors playing young characters dealing with adult themes. This play is told entirely from the perspective of teenage, female athletes in the US. Trigger warning: adult language, discussion of sex, anxiety, systemic racism, sexism, religion, abortion, and death.

    “I wanted to see a portrait of teenage girls as human beings - as complicated, nuanced, very idiosyncratic people who weren’t just girlfriends or sex objects or manic pixie dream girls but who were athletes and daughters and students and scholars and people who were trying actively to figure out who they were in this changing world around them.” —Sarah DeLappe, playwright of THE WOLVES
     
    Performance Dates:
    Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, December 9th @ 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 10th @ 3:00 p.m.
    80 seats available per performance. 
    Contact: Jason Dula
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    Upper School International Baccalaureate Information Session

    Middle School - Bahnik Hall - MSBH
    The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is a globally recognized program that ensures a challenging academic program where students gain the skills necessary to be successful in all measures of life. Since offering the IB at Portledge, the program has grown exponentially.
     
    Critical thinking and communication - skills that colleges and universities highly value - are at the core of a Portledge education and are the guiding factors of the IB Diploma Programme. The desired outcome of the program is to “inspire students to ask questions, pursue personal aspirations, set challenging goals, and develop the persistence to achieve those goals.”
     
    On Tuesday, December 11th, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., in Bahnik Hall, an information session will take place to outline specifics of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme at Portledge School. 
     
    As course selection planning for the following year begins in February, we encourage you to learn about the options available to your child as soon as possible. If, for any reason, you are unable to make this event but would like more information, please contact Trish Rigg, IB Coordinator, at trigg@portledge.org or 516-750-3164 to set up a time to discuss this program.
    Contact: Trish Rigg
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