“Bad Seed” by Maxwell Anderson, directed by seniors Ezra Dulit-Greenberg and Simon Wolfe, commands attention throughout as it tells the thrilling story of a mother’s realization that her daughter committed a murder. The show goes up tonight through Saturday night at 7:30 in the little theatre.
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Theatre Ink’s first show of the year, “These Shining Lives,” ran Thursday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 2 in the auditorium.
by Leah Budson
Whether the audience detected the energy of the night from the dancing singers, the musicians’ tapping feet or the sheer excitement of the music, it is clear that Jazz Night exploded with excitement.
by Maddie Griswold
Talent and earnest passion radiated from the voices of actors in Cabaret Troupe’s “Reasons To Run,” directed by junior Juliet Roll and sophomore Peter Diamond.
by Hilary Brumberg and Leah Budson
During the Holiday Concert E-block today in the auditorium, Concert Choir, Family Singers, Jubilee, Orchestra, String Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Tiger BeBop and Wind Ensemble festively wore red and green and sang holiday-themed songs in front of a red and green backdrop.