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Performing Arts

News and Announcements

  • Emma! will premiere on Friday, January 29th

    THE NEW TRIER PERFORMING ARTS DIVISION PRESENTS "Emma!: A Pop Musical" by Eric Price and adapted from the novel by Jane Austen. Streamed performance premieres on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 7:00pm.   

    Watch via On Demand  streaming with Broadway On Demand* from January 29 at 7:00pm to January 31 at 11:59pm.

    *Access the streamed performance by signing up for a FREE Broadway On Demand account at Additional information about setting up an account can be found at  

    Make sure you've signed up for your account before you stream! Instructions for setting up a Broadway On Demand account can be found HERE .

    There will be no charge, but if you want to donate to the performing arts, please do so HERE . The Performing Arts Division is pleased to be able to offer no-fee streaming of our video performances in lieu of a live performance this semester. We do appreciate any contribution you are able to make to our program to defray the cost of the many resources used in producing these filmed performances.

    The Music, Theatre, and Dance Division faculty and staff have been hard at work devising creative options to highlight and share student work in the 2020-21 school year. Keep abreast of emerging concert and performance streaming dates by checking this webpage regularly.
  • CAP extension
    A special note about the CAP program: We still believe the CAP program is a valuable experience, but the program is on hold until after the 2020-2021 school year.

New Trier's arts program is a cornerstone of the school's whole-child approach to learning and exploring. The Performing Arts Division is committed to offering students the opportunity to participate in extracurricular dance, music, theatre, and fine arts performances and events to the greatest extent possible during the 2020-2021 school year regardless of whether students are learning in school, at home, or a combination of both. We have been working on creative solutions to address any of these scenarios and to keep students connected. Please refer to this page throughout the school year for the most updated information about performances, rehearsals, and other issues that may need to be fluid given the changing circumstances of state health guidance.

PLEASE NOTE: If you participating in an extra-curricular performing arts activity on a Saturday, please note that you must complete the Ruvna form and enter the building prior to 1:00 PM. You can enter the Winnetka Campus via the Trevian Way door and the Northfield Campus via the B door.