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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...

(photo courtesy of TheatreInk)

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...

'As You Like It' combines North, South actors in charming play about love

'As You Like It' combines North, South actors in charming play about love

Zoe Goldstein June 13, 2017

As a warm wind swept through the open, green courtyard, a group of actors dressed in black and white Edwardian-era costumes entered the open space in front of a tree bristling with leaves. Music sprung...

A rehearsal of Much Ado About Nothing

Preview: "Much Ado About Nothing" puts a modern twist on a classic play

The Newtonite May 4, 2014

by Jessica Tharaud Students from Theatre Ink teamed up with students from South’s theatre company, South Stage, for their annual Shakespeare production. This year’s play, “Much Ado About Nothing,”...

Review: 'Twelfth Night' displays astounding acting, whimsical makeup, creative set design

The Newtonite May 10, 2012
by Leah Budson “Nothing that is so is so,” exclaims Feste, a comical jester played by South freshman Max Cooper, summing up the essence of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”

Preview: Annual Shakespeare play to go on stage

The Newtonite April 26, 2012
by Leah Budson Plays by Shakespeare—intimidating in their legacy and remarkable in their comedic and dramatic value—have been tackled jointly by Theatre Ink and South Stage every year since 1983, according to South Stage’s website.
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