Natalie Koe

Hungry for More

By Alex Stern ’14, Managing Editor After its two-weekend run, the Chaminade Players‘ performance of The Spitfire Grill left audiences and cast members hungry for more. Not the typical jazz hand-filled big band musical, its powerful message made an impression on both audience members and performers. “Working on the show was such a […]

Tantalizingly Grim

By Natalie Koe ’14, Performing Arts Editor In between touchdowns, field goals, and “I believe!” chants, the dance team took the field in a true spectacle of a homecoming halftime show. The dance told the story of young, innocent Chloe Martin (’14) and her endeavors in the dark, magical world […]