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Sleeping Beauty performance to feature costumes from 1962 performance at the Kennedy White House

The costumes were found in storage and have now been lovingly restored for the stage.

Arts Academy string students perform at Merkin Hall.

Interlochen Arts Academy string students perform during the Feb. 29, 2024 performance at Kaufman Music Center’s Merkin Hall.

From the Desk of Trey Devey: Our values in action

President Devey reflects on the recently unveiled core values and shares how these four principles are already at work at Interlochen and beyond.

Dara Levan (IAC/NMC 83-90, IAC St 94) made her fiction debut with It Could Be Worse (Regalo Press), which launched on March 12. The book, partially set at a music camp in Michigan, tells the inspiring story of a young mother’s awakening to the truth about her parents.

Michael Arden (IAC 99, IAA 99-01, IAC St 01) will direct the pre-Broadway run of Stephen Schwartz’s The Queen of Versailles at Boston’s Emerson Colonial Theatre from July 16 to Aug. 18.

Katherine DeYoung (IAC 11) and Ruby Dibble (IAC 11) were selected as semifinalists in the Metropolitan Opera’s 2023-24 Laffont Competition. The two mezzo-sopranos competed in the national semifinals on the Met Opera stage on Monday, March 11.

In Memoriam

All In Memoriam

Carl Scheffller (IAC Fac 66-72; IAA Fac 66-75; IAC St 75, 83-84; ICA St 75-80, 97-04) of Grawn, Michigan, passed away on Feb. 8, 2024.

Alan Nagel (IAA 70-72, IAC St 72) of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, passed away on Feb. 4, 2024.

Darius Gueramy (IAC/NMC 77-79, IAA 79-82) of Midland, Michigan, passed away on Nov. 19, 2023.

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