Sankofa concludes with the traditional singing of the Black National Anthem.
Yenny Giron and Faith Bentley model traditional African clothing.
Abby Russell, De'Andre Johnson, and Camille Wilson hold hands as they sing the song "Family," from the motion picture "Dreamgirls."
The Sankofa cast grooves to the beat of "Lose Control" by Missy Elliot.
Pastor De'Andre Johnson conducts the choir as they sing a gospel medley.
Geovany Rivera leans back as he belts "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps.
Alanna Sibrian struts across the stage as she performs "On the Radio" by Donna Summer.
Vera Afenyo imparts the message of Margaret Burroughs's poem, "The Beauty of Black."
Afro Pop dancers swing to the beat of Burushaga.
Che Moorhead sings a rendition of "Grandma's Hands" by Bill Withers.
Ingrid Ellis, Mariama Kanteh, and David Diouf present an interpretation of Gil Scott Heron's poem, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."
Roshawyna Chambers and fellow cast members hit the high notes of "It's a Family Affair," by Sly and The Family Stone.
De'Andre Johnson belts a tune while the Sankofa cast dances along.
The Robinsons gather around the couch to reflect on their family history.
Kayla Melendez recites "Without Freedom Still," a poem written by Raymond A. Foss.
Yenny Giron interprets Jacqueline Woodson's poem, "The Great Migration."
Camille Wyatt dances a solo to "This Bitter Earth" by Dinah Washington.
A chorus gathers to sing "Goodbye Song" by Cynthia Erivo.
Dancers step and twirl white cloths during a traditional African dance.
Merete Oakes (#9) evades opponents at the edge of the field.
Olivia Scarano (#12) runs with the ball while opponents attempt to block.
The team discusses strategy during time out.
Amelia Frey (#4) rushes towards her opponent.
Lucy Martin (#5) leans in to block a pass near the goal.
Olivia Scarano (#12) runs with the ball while opponents close in.
Isabel Anderson (#10) keeps an eye on her opponent.
Che Moorhead channels his inner Aaron Neville in the jazz piece titled, "Hercules."
The Sankofa cast members lift their hands as they sing the Black National Anthem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by James Weldon Johnson, with the audience.
Dennis Tsitsiwu and Amina King greet the audience during African fashion show.
Miles Brown taps his heart out.
Alanna Sibrian and the cast do the floss dance while she sings "Made for Now" by Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee.
Pop medley dancers perform under purple light, surrounded by clouds of mist.
Sankofa dancers form a circle while Tierra Lawrence, Rose Vilmar, and Berkit Getachew take center stage.
Abby Russell sings "How Excellent" while Kayla Melendez signs lyrics.
DeAndre Johnson, preacher and conductor, leads the choir as they sing.
Alanna Sibrian balances on one leg during a dance to Roshawyna Chambers' recitation of "Strange Fruit" by Billie Holiday.
As another tribute to Aretha Franklin, Abby Russell hits all the high notes of "Ain't No Way."
Tanesha McFadden belts out "Rock Steady" by Aretha Franklin.
Micah Contee performs "My Girl" with Joris Van Straelen and Jacques Wilson.
Alicia Coleman dances while performing "Quimbara," by Afro-Cuban artist Celia Cruz.
Emely Nuñez recites "Hair" by Elizabeth Acevedo, a poem about African daughters embracing their natural curls.
Sankofa's Afro-Pop Dancers sway their hips to the beat of "Dosabado" by DJ Arafat.
Posing as Frederick Douglass, Timothy Whitsel criticizes the celebration of Independence Day while discrimination is present.
A group of singers pass by and perform "Iko Iko" by The Dixie Cups.
Assetou Kante recites a piece written by Clint Smith titled, "An Inquiry."
A teacher (Soda Lo) brings her students to an African American History museum in New Orleans.
Junior Zoe Abramson (#14) dashes down the court with the ball.
Senior Megan Burke (#11) alerts her teammate that she is open and ready to receive.
Sophomore Kate Hildebrandt (#13) makes a shot for the hoop.
The Poms team strike a final pose to conclude their dance routine.
Blair cheerleaders chant and cheer on players during the half-time performance.
Senior Sarah Khan (#24) dribbles past the defense of her opponent.
Sophomore Yinka Scott (#20) scans the court for an open teammate.
Sophomore Kate Hildebrandt (#13) sidesteps as a Whitman player attempts to take the ball.
All seniors concluded the night by singing "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by John Denver.
Students act out a scene from Puzzle Palooza: working to solve a puzzle while puzzle lord Mr. Stein watches.
Seniors recreate memories of the infamous ninth grade "chem R&E" project.
Pencil drawings by Charlottte Wallsten were on display in the art gallery.
Ryan Cho and Justin Hung play "Liebesfreud," a classical piece written for violin and piano.
Alice Varughese and Audrey Li sing "For Good," an ode to friendship.
Dheeraj Keshav raps about Google Hangouts alongside Alex Dong, Ishaan Shrestha, and Evan Wang.
Lillian Zhou and Jennifer Li mimic nature in a Chinese dance called, "Valley of Flowers."
Tharindi Jayatilake poses during a classical Indian dance to a "Shape of You" remix.
Mr. Donaldson, Will Donaldson, Ms. Duval, Nicky Frank, and Mr. Kirk perform "We Shall Meet Someday," a bluegrass classic by Carl Story.
Harris Edenbaum and Telon Yan perform the song "Hero" over several segments between other acts.
Joel Paulino looks his opponent in the eye as they lock together.
Brandon Ntankeu maintains a firm grip on the opponent.
Elias Chen makes a grab for his opponent's legs.
Steven Vilmenay traps his opponent during the last seconds of the match.
Nikolai Tochillin resists being flung over by an Old Mill wrestler.
Malik Wright brings his opponent to his knees.
Holden DuBois pulls on his opponent's hands to break free from his grasp.
Wrestlers invite teachers to attend their match for Staff Appreciation Night.
Show Choir singer Abby Russell takes lead vocals of "Joyful, Joyful."
Blair Show Choir sings while dancing during their opener, "I Want You Back."
Chamber singers project their voices and harmonize during a performance of "Adoramus Te."
Guitar II students gaze at their music while performing.
Grace Reachmack and other Guitar II students perform "Stop Your Crying" by Lake Street Dive.
Hector takes a last breath as he is impaled by Greek warriors.
Two Greek warriors rush upon a Trojan amidst battle.
Thersites begs not to be killed by Hector (Sam Newman), a Trojan warrior.
Troilus witnesses an exchange between Cressida and Greek warrior Diomedes (Charlie Wiebe).
Homer (Danny Tran Ho) excitedly announces to Calliope (Kyrsten Lewey), the muse of epic poetry, that he will name his new piece, "The Iliad."
The Muses wonder what role they have in the war.
Troilus and Cressida share a kiss.
Troilus and Pandarus embrace at the thought of Cressida meeting Troilus.
Thersites (Micah Contee) points a finger at Achilles (Courtney Wilson), who rolls his eyes in annoyance.
Elder statesman Nester (Elisabeth Desmond) carefully listens to Ulysses's (Jonah Nan) comments.
Cressida (Sarah Di) and her uncle, Pandarus (Geo Rivera) discuss her love life.
Troilus (Isaac Newman) chats with Aeneas (Hemakshi Gordy), a Trojan commander.
The Trojans and Greeks have been at war for seven years.
Hermes (Raynel Carballo) listens as Sybil the prophetess (Elisabeth Desmond) explains the conflict between the Trojans and Greeks.
Blair class of 2021 is buzzing as they anticipate the next performance.
A member of the African Dance team shows off her moves during their performance.
2018's homecoming court members are applauded and honored with sashes.
In celebration of African American History Month, this year's Sankofa production presents history through art and family reunion.
Blair girls' lacrosse competes against the Sherwood Warriors on April 3, 2019.
Blair celebrates African-American History Month with the annual production of Sankofa and theme of New Orleans.
The Blair girls' basketball team faces the Whitman Vikings in a heated game.
Students displayed their artistic talent at the annual Magnet Arts Night, featuring performances, visual art pieces, and the traditional Senior Act.
Blair wrestlers compete against Old Mill in a hard-fought meet.
Blair musicians show off their vocal and instrumental chops at the annual winter concert
The theater department presents Troy Story Three, an epilogue to the Odyssey written by Ms. O'Connor's husband, John O'Connor.
Blair students gather in the Blair football stadium to get pumped for the fall sports seasons. Students saw performances from the poms team, Blair cheerleaders, the Blair marching band, and more.