Although Tabor’s Drama, Dance, and Music Programs have produced many smaller, original shows, including pocket musicals and student-written plays, the main event each year is the Winter Musical. Typically, sixty or more student actors, dancers, designers, and technicians are involved in productions such as In the Heights, Grease, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Hairspray. Because of its scope, the winter musical typically draws students from all walks of Tabor life, and these students work through the entire process of the spectacle that is a big-stage show, an education in itself.
Tabor’s award winning Dance Team also puts on two recitals each year in the fall and in the spring. These recitals feature original student choreography and, in some cases, original music orchestration as well.
Tabor’s music program features many instrumental groups including wind, string, and jazz ensembles; vocal groups include the Madrigal Singers as well as a cappella groups such as the Nightingales and the Tabor Tones. Each of the vocal and instrumental groups perform at one or more of the formal seasonal school concerts, All School meetings, or other smaller recitals at the end of each season.