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Jubilee Singers (photo by Emily Huang)

Jubilee singers inspire student body with strong vocals, powerful message

Amy Xue February 14, 2020

The Jubilee Singers’ voices filled the auditorium with a warm, energetic atmosphere as they harmonized through a variety of songs. Directed by music teacher Sheldon Reid, the Jubilee Singers performed...

Congressman Joe Kennedy speaks with students about civic engagement

Congressman Joe Kennedy speaks with students about civic engagement

Yesha Thakkar May 22, 2019

Congressman Joe Kennedy discussed civic engagement and how students can help resolve issues in their local community in the auditorium c-block Friday, April 26, and these discussions had contradictory...

REVIEW: Argentinian choir shares 'emotional and intense' music

REVIEW: Argentinian choir shares 'emotional and intense' music

Zoe Goldstein April 8, 2018

(Photo by Joelle Sugianto) The Argentinian choir Vocal de Camara Platense performed during E-block Wednesday, March 28 in the auditorium. The choir, created in 1999 and conducted by Fernando Tomé, is...

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Huntington.

Mural rededication ceremony to take place in auditorium

Tali Falk-Judson November 8, 2017

Students and teachers will rededicate a mural honoring soldiers who died in World War I during E-block Thursday, Nov. 9, in the auditorium. The mural originally hung in North’s old building as a memorial...

The cast of Freshman Cabaret rehearses one of the full cast numbers last Thursday, Nov. 19.

Feature: Behind the scenes of Freshman Cabaret's 'I Got You'

Rose Bostwick November 23, 2015

by Rose Bostwick The spotlight will shine down on 72 performers, each singing, dancing or acting in a showcase of the new talent Theatre Ink has to offer. Freshman Cabaret, North’s annual all-inclusive...

Junior Fin Grafe and senior Ellie Strayer rehearse. Photo by Josh Shub-Seltzer.

Preview: An Ideal Husband to feature upper-class London, clever humor

Rose Bostwick November 3, 2015

by Rose Bostwick Theatre Ink’s production of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband is a hilarious depiction of upper-class life in Victorian London, features clever humor, poignant themes, and a unique set....

Photo by Devin Perlo.

Review: Once Upon a Mattress features exquisite performances, stuns audience

Rose Bostwick March 15, 2015

by Rose Bostwick and Lucy Lu Flowery vines weave through a luxurious castle, transporting the audience to a magical medieval kingdom where one girl challenges the idea of what it means to be a princess. Princesses...

Jubilee performs at their concert last year. Photo by Judith Gibson-Okunieff.

Review: Jubilee Singers energizes audience with incredible talent

The Newtonite February 3, 2014
Directed by Jubilee teacher Sheldon Reid, the Jubilee Singers energized the crowd during its “One More Time” concert, singing a variety of African and religious music to bring together a diverse audience, last Saturday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

Review: Music groups perform holiday concert

The Newtonite January 7, 2014
Green and red lights colored the side panels of the auditorium as students, chattering with the near-break excitement, filed into the theatre. This school's annual in-school holiday concert, featuring lively performances of holiday songs by many of this school's music ensembles, occurred Thursday, Dec. 19 in the auditorium during E-block.

Preview: Freshman Cabaret's 'Brand New You' to feature three disciplines, diverse talent

The Newtonite November 29, 2013
In Theatre Ink’s annual Freshman Cabaret, any interested freshman has the opportunity to sing, dance, and act in an all-inclusive variety show directed by sophomores. This year’s cabaret, entitled “Brand New You” (named after a song from Jason Robert Brown’s “13”), goes up Thursday, Dec. 5 and Friday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

Preview: Directors look forward to Theatre Ink's first show this year

The Newtonite October 22, 2013
Under the direction of seniors Mackenzie Dreese and Steven Kelly, Theatre Ink will present its first show of the year, “These Shining Lives” by Melanie Marnich, Thursday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 2 in the auditorium.

Theatre Ink directors host open house

The Newtonite September 17, 2013
Theatre Ink proudly presents . . . a new school year!
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