By: Rayed Khan “A Killer Party: The Musical” has finally arrived! The virtual opening night is on May 19th and the musical is available to view up until midnight of May 21st. If you would like to obtain tickets, check out this link. These tickets are free and can be watched on multiple devices for a limited time of 48 hours! Here’s a quick synopsis … Continue reading “A Killer Party: The Musical” Happening Now!
Image Source This year, the drama council proudly presents A Killer Party: A Murder Musical! This musical is about a rising Broadway director who is murdered in broad daylight in front of his cast. Now, an amateur detective with a distaste for theatre kids must try to find who did it, while the cast miserably quarantines in confined spaces which ascribes it to quarantining during … Continue reading A Killer Party: A Murder Musical is MD’s Theatrical Production for 2021
By: Ben Hartshorn “Throughout our lives, my family and I have lived in predominantly white areas with almost no brown kids. It was difficult for my brother to make friends at a young age because of his skin colour and that he wore his hair in a turban. Several events in my story are roughly based on his experiences, and show what he went through … Continue reading Youth Speaker’s Award WINNER – MDHS 2020 Grad Saihaj Rehsi
Last week, several of Mr. Sumner’s grade eleven students put up a temporary installation displaying their recent work at the Milton Welcome Centre. Their work is in a style of art called calligraffiti which uses different written forms of language as the basis to create the piece. Calligraffiti blends modern graffiti and street art with classical calligraphy letterforms to create distinctive and personalized forms of art. Continue reading IN PHOTOS: MD’s Calligraffiti art on display at Welcome Centre
Hey MD! Have you seen some new art hanging around? Continue reading NEW: Grade 9 art pieces decorate MD walls
MD saw yet another successful showcase of student (and teacher!) artistic talent at the 2nd Annual Arts Cafe on November 7. Act after act of hilarious drama performances, exhilarating live music, and emphatic slam poetry entertained audiences all night long. Continue reading IN PHOTOS: 2nd Annual Arts Cafe transforms cafeteria into stage
On November 11, “all interested actors, actresses and tech crew” are invited to an information meeting in the theatre after school. Continue reading Find out what this year’s drama production is!
Mr. Sumner’s art class has kicked off October with a spooky surprise. They’ve put up a dozen splendid art displays that embody the spirit and passion of Halloween all around the main staircase! Continue reading Counting down to Halloween: Spooky tape sculptures haunt the halls for the first time
It gives students the chance to form a band and work together to improve their musical abilities. Bands can also perform at MD during the year. Continue reading Rock Band: Q&A
Some are fun, some are serious. Whatever they look like, they mean something. Students imagined them. Students designed them. Students created them. It’s now time to share these messages with the rest of the community. Continue reading Art Gallery of MD: Part I