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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....

Review: Brighton Beach Memoirs transports audience to 1937 Brooklyn

Review: Brighton Beach Memoirs transports audience to 1937 Brooklyn

The Newtonite November 6, 2014

by Maya Abou-Rizk Antique furniture and perfectly-styled decor fill a humble house and set the stage to take the audience to 1937 Brooklyn, where a young boy narrates his adolescent years as an American...

Review: "Book of Days" tells thrilling story while critiquing small town life

Review: "Book of Days" tells thrilling story while critiquing small town life

The Newtonite February 5, 2014

by Jessica Tharaud “Book of Days” tells the thrilling story of a woman who refuses to believe that the mysterious death of her boss was accidental, and fights her small town to search for the truth. The...

Review: 'Bad Seed' grips audience

The Newtonite December 11, 2013

by Maddie Griswold “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...

Review: 'These Shining Lives' conveys powerful, honest emotion

The Newtonite November 5, 2013

by Maddie Griswold Theatre Ink’s first show of the year, “These Shining Lives," ran Thursday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 2 in the auditorium. Directed by seniors Mackenzie Dreese and Steven Kelly,...

Review: 'Rumors' features humorous acting

The Newtonite November 1, 2012

by Peter Diamond Doors slam, gossip spreads and an impressive ensemble creates a comedic masterpiece in Neil Simon’s “Rumors,” directed by Spanish teacher Daniel Fabrizio, which goes up tonight...

Review: Witty play, 'Tartuffe,' goes up

The Newtonite November 3, 2011

by Fatema Zaidi “Tartuffe,” a witty play by Molière about a French con man's attempts to exploit a wealthy family will go up tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium and play through Saturday. Tickets are...

Review: Stunning set adds to moving performance

The Newtonite July 29, 2011

[media-credit name="Gabe Dreyer" align="alignleft" width="200"][/media-credit]George, portrayed by senior Edan Laniado, struggles to balance his work with his personal life. by Malini Gandhi “White....

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