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Theatre Ink’s Cabaret Troupe prepares for opening night

Leah Ziskin March 9, 2022

Cabaret Troupe’s, “Light the Way,” strives to tell important stories through contemporary musical theater. Directed by seniors Naomi Wolfe and Lily Ranalli, with music directed by junior Jack Kalish-Demaris...

Cabaret Troupe invokes powerful message of change through song, dance

Cabaret Troupe invokes powerful message of change through song, dance

Angela Nie April 13, 2021

Actors performed a wide selection of songs about change in this year's Cabaret Troupe performance, “It Starts With Us,” despite the difficulties brought on by COVID. Directed by senior Emma Bradshaw...

Cab Troupe showcases intricate choreography, memorable vocals

Arjun Shatkin May 26, 2019

This year’s Cabaret Troupe: RISE! impressed with the cast’s dynamic vocal solos and intricate choreography. Téa Baum and Rebecca Lev directed the show which ran May 9, 10, and 11 at 7:30 p.m. in...

Senior Ella Laniado, sophomore Nick Scott, and junior Amanda Kuo sing Security Meltdown. Photo by Robin Donohoe.

Review: Cabaret Troupe performs songs about hardships of high school

The Newtonite January 8, 2015

by Amy Morrill Actors stand silhouetted against a bright red backdrop, singing about relatable high school issues, as they portray awkward, quirky teenagers in Cabaret Troupe’s “Seventeen.” The...

Preview: Cabaret Troupe depicts teenage struggles through modern music

Preview: Cabaret Troupe depicts teenage struggles through modern music

The Newtonite January 5, 2015

by Rose Bostwick Cabaret Troupe’s “Seventeen” explores the classic, relatable theme of transitioning into adulthood. Directed by senior Jonathan Gomolka and junior Elise Hausman, Cabaret Troupe will...

Review: Cabaret Troupe performs contemporary music

Review: Cabaret Troupe performs contemporary music

The Newtonite January 10, 2013

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. The show runs Thursday,...

Preview: Cabaret Troupe explores theme of leaving home

The Newtonite December 23, 2012

by Leah Budson “Home for the holidays” takes on a new meaning in Cabaret Troupe’s “Reasons to Run.” The show, which goes up Thursday, Jan. 10 through Saturday, Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium,...

Review: 'Crazytown' full of powerful voices

The Newtonite January 12, 2012

by Leah Budson Claw shaped silhouettes against a red backdrop in the opening number radiate the “crazy” in Cabaret Troupe's “Crazytown." The show emulates the whirlwind of feelings high school students...

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