Name that tune from the 1953 Spring Concert

From very deep in the Midwood High School archives, here's a portion of the Spring Concert from April 24, 1953. Recognize a song? Let us know its title! 

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Class of '88 Reunion October 13, 2018

Dear Class of ‘88 Alum,

The reunion is just around the corner! It's time to get your tickets for our 30th Midwood Class of ‘88 Reunion which is taking place on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Hudson Terrace from 7–10pm. 

Tickets for the reunion cost $135. All attendees will be able to partake in:

  • 2 hours’ open bar of top shelf liquor

  • 3 hours of appetizers

  • A keepsake of this special evening


Paying for your ticket is easy! We accept Zelle, Venmo and PayPal.

Bank Transfer Links:
Zelle account email: reunionrsvp@midwood88.com

Venmo
Venmo account email: reunionrsvp@midwood88.com

PayPal Bank link  (Please note this price includes PayPal’s service fee) 
1 Ticket:  www.paypal.me/Midwood88Reunion/135
2 Tickets: www.paypal.me/Midwood88Reunion/270


Venue:
Hudson Terrace
621 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
hudsonterracenyc.com


Date & Time:
Saturday, October 13, 2018  
7:00–10:00 PM

Go Hornets!

Nadine Nader
Midwood High School Class of ‘88 Reunion Committee


Listen to Midwood's 1960 Spring Concert!

Midwood's 1960 Spring Concert draws on varied influences including Frank Sinatra, African American spirituals, The Pirates of Penzance, and more. Especially moving is the alumni favorite, "Bound in Treasured Chorus."

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Go back in time with the 1969 Sophomore SING, "Games People Play" (Class of '71)

Midwood High School's Class of '71 skewers the shifting culture of the times in its 1969 Sophomore SING, "Games People Play." From long-haired boys and short-skirted girls, to protesters, low-down gossips, and high society--no one is safe from this cutting humor! Laughs abound in this honest glimpse into a very special time and place. 

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Listen to 1960 Junior SING, "Cosmic Conference," performed at BAM

Midwood High School's 1960 SING competition was performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music! The Junior class devised "Cosmic Conference," a stunning reflection on the troubled state of life on Earth. When the solar system convenes, the planets put Earth on trial for its many problems. Coming from the generation born during World War II, this piece is an unforgettable statement of earnest belief in creating a better world. Planetary puns, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and a moving alma mater round out this memorable performance. 

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Hear the hilarious 1966 Junior SING, "The Clowning Glory" (Class of '67)

When Midwood students bring the carnival to town, they must teach an unsuccessful clown about humor. This winning 1966 Junior SING features hilarious dialogue, especially the Abbot & Costello-like track, "Knock Knock Jokes." 

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Explore Soviet Russia through Sophomore SING 1967 (Class of '69)

In the 1967 Sophomore SING, "A Vulga Tale," the class of '69 transports us to Soviet Russia. Midwood students experience culture shock as they explore the lives of regular people, visit a Russian high school, and hear Soviet propaganda. Highlights include musical numbers referencing Hava Nagila and Fiddler on the Roof.

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Listen to 1973 Junior SING, "My Little Fricassee" (Class of '74)

In "My Little Fricassee," Midwood's Class of '74 tells the story of a barnyard chicken coop. While all the chicks hatch, one remains in its shell. Enjoy this eggcellent offering from Junior SING 1973! 

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Class of '70 Junior SING (1969) "No Strings Attached" + Pictures!

In the 1969 Junior SING, "No Strings Attached," Midwood's Class of 1970 tells a tale of societal puppetry and cutting loose those strings. When the puppets realize that the Puppetmaster's teachings of hatred and bigotry lead to destruction, they strike out on their own to free their minds. 

All proceeds support the Midwood High School Alumni Association. 

Hear Mr. Sarney's introduction & the 1964 Junior SING, "Toys" (Class of '65)

Long before the Robin Williams film, "Toys," the Midwood class of '65 delved into the world of toys for their 1964 Junior SING. When a child prodigy modernizes toys to be realistic, practical, and even destructive, the toys realize they know better. 

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Play the 1954 Senior SING "The Factory" (Class of '55)

Midwood's class of '55 shows us an eventful day at Midwood H.S. Factory. Seniors both honor and challenge the American capitalist system of efficiency through musical numbers, humor, and a strike! 

All proceeds support the Midwood High School Alumni Association.