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Marrinucci addresses hiring substitutes in exclusive Q&A

Zach Kwon June 10, 2022

Towards the end of this school year, The Newtonite plans to publish a story focusing on the intricacies of being a substitute teacher at North. As a prelude to this bigger story, we are publishing a short...

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Much Ado About Nothing livens theater with roller derby

Emma Brignall April 28, 2022

North and South's recent play opened not with typical Shakespearean dialogue, nor with the actors walking onstage, but with a roller derby bout. Every year North and South put on a joint Shakespeare show...

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Spontaneous Generation humors audience with four nights of improvisation

Savannah Bond April 14, 2022

Spontaneous Generation brought tears of laughter to the audience’s eyes with improvised skits and clever comebacks. Directed by senior Sam Melville and junior Ella Reid, Spon Gen ran  March 30 to April...

K-Pop Club members Helen Gu, Mikayle Huntington, Chris Schmidt-Hong, Meg Taylor, and Kai Wollaber perform at Asian American Culture Night (Photo courtesy of Natalie Taw).

Asian American Culture Night celebrates students’ culture

Emma Brignall April 11, 2022

Asian American Culture Night showcased the talents of many students by celebrating Asian culture. The show, set up by Asian American Culture Club, took place Mar. 26 in the auditorium.   The...

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Spontaneous Generation will provide unscripted fun

Leah Ziskin March 31, 2022

Spontaneous Generation looks to humor audiences through various improvisational comedy games. Directed by seniors Ella Reid and Sam Melville, the show will run Mar. 30-Apr. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little...

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Much Ado About Nothing combines theater with roller derby

March 19, 2022

Much Ado About Nothing promises to deliver an exciting new spin on a Shakespeare classic. The show, directed by Newton South English teacher Jasmine Lellock, will run March 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lab...

Winterfest Serenades Audience with Diverse Selections

Winterfest Serenades Audience with Diverse Selections

Antonio Batista-Ciani March 7, 2022

The Wind Ensemble and Symphonic band, directed by Richard Labedz, the Combined Choruses, directed by Sheldon Reid, and the Vocal Ensemble and Orchestra, directed by Adam Grossman, assembled in the Lasker...

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Improv Jam Humors Audience with Mortician, Frogs

Emma Brignall March 3, 2022

From the improvised skits to the actual jars of jam they handed out, Improv Jam brought joy and laughter to its audience. Directed by senior Sam Melville and junior Ella Reid, the show ran Feb. 17 at 7:00...

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Imrov Jam Prepares Surprises for Audience, Cast Members

Jacob Wu February 18, 2022

Directed by senior Sam Melville and junior Ella Reid, Improv Jam will take place Thur. Feb. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Little Theatre for the first time since 2020. The show will not only present an array...

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Squid Game Review

Zach Kwon February 12, 2022

Squid Game, a South Korean survival drama series written and directed by Hwong Dong-hyuk, explores morality and financial struggles through an intense medium.    Squid Game was released on...

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Nitrous Oxide Preview

Leah Ziskin February 9, 2022

Nitrous Oxide promises laughter for all those who attend through cast-written comedic sketches Feb. 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre.   Directed by seniors Luka Ross and Sam Braithwaite,...

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'Goodbye Charles' discusses serious topics through comedic lense

Emma Brignall November 15, 2021

Goodbye Charles set the stage as Theatre Ink’s first show of the year with themes of divorce, commitment, and comedy all tied into a tight staged reading. Directed by juniors Grace Beecher and Margot...

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