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BFS Travels Back to the 80s for Gala 2019

Purchase Gala Tickets and Bid Online Now Travel Back to the 80s on Friday, April 5th from 7pm to 11pm at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge! Benefiting our financial aid program, […]

BFS history, the video

“This Is Our Quiet Time” BFS ordinarily shares brief clips in its Video Archives, but we make an exception this week with the full version of the original BFS musical, […]

A truly phenomenal woman

A Truly Phenomenal Woman BFS Dance Concert 1989 With Maya Angelou’s passing last week, let’s go back 25 years to 1989, the year which saw the creation and first performance […]

Feeling your Blue Pride? Make that Indigo

It’s a throwback this fine Thursday to the “Mood Indigo” scene from the 1989 BFS original musical A Small Cabaret. A Small Cabaret was a departure from the traditional BFS musical: […]

Stretching ourselves once upon the Natchez Trace

1987’s The Robber Bridegroom, Upper School Musical Scanning a 1920s scrapbook by hand can be monotonous, so I’ve been multi-tasking by going to my family’s collection of BFS videos once […]

A BFS Tradition, Learning through Service

1995 – Service at the “Park” (now known as the Marriott) Certainly, there are myriad ways in which we all contribute to the greater good of our world, but BFS […]

New to the Digital Archives

This week, we have a few additions to the Digital Archives. Two new items in Playbills: the 1980 Middle School production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience or Bunthorne’s Bride and […]

From the kitchens of BFS

Teachers’ Treats Cookbook, published 1984-85 Some of us will remember the BFS cookbooks produced by members of our community, most often our teachers and parents of the PAT. The first […]

Close Harmony, of course!

  It is a musical time in the Archives. A faculty member’s recent request to see the highly-acclaimed Academy Award winning documentary Close Harmony sparked nice memories. Filmed at BFS […]