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Student creativity to be displayed in upcoming Choreography Project

Student creativity to be displayed in upcoming Choreography Project

Noah Kesselman April 29, 2023

Choreographers and dancers at North continue to discover a welcoming and supportive community within Theatre Ink’s Choreography Project which will run May 3-5 in the auditorium. Directed by seniors...

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.

Review: 'True Colors' showcases freshman talent

The Newtonite December 13, 2012
by Leah Budson Freshman Cabaret’s performance of “True Colors” echoes its title by showcasing the acting, singing and dancing talent of each cast member.

Preview: All-inclusive show to celebrate improvisation

The Newtonite December 10, 2012
by Maxwell Kozlov “Improv Jam” is an improvisational Theatre Ink production that is taking place Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. in the little theatre.

Review: Actors perform in 'Coastal Disturbances'

The Newtonite December 5, 2012
by Peter Diamond “Coastal Disturbances” by Tina Howe, directed by seniors Jack Reibstein and Nick Rodriguez, showcases enjoyable comedy and a stage covered in sand. The show goes up tonight through Saturday night at 7:30 in the little theatre.

Preview: 'Coastal Disturbances' to exhibit unique set

The Newtonite November 26, 2012
by Leah Budson One might wonder what giant bags of sand are doing in the middle of the little theatre.

Preview: Theatre Ink prepares current season

The Newtonite September 21, 2012
by Leah Budson and Peter Diamond Theatre Ink is currently preparing for its upcoming season, which features full-length plays, variety shows and a musical.

Review: 'Nitrous Oxide' evokes laughter

The Newtonite June 8, 2012
by Leah Budson “Nitrous Oxide” is a comedic masterpiece from beginning to end. The show, which went up yesterday and will run Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the little theatre, is a hilarious collection of student-written comedy sketches.

Preview: Nitrous Oxide to perform original comedic sketches

The Newtonite May 25, 2012
by Peter Diamond Nitrous Oxide, this school’s sketch comedy troupe, will present its annual comedic showcase, “Nitrous Oxide,” Thursday, June 7 and Saturday, June 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the little theatre.

Preview: 'Pippin' to parallel Lewis Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'

The Newtonite May 11, 2012
by Peter Diamond “Pippin,” a musical with a libretto by Roger O. Hirson and music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, tells many stories. It is a war epic, a piece of historical fiction and a romantic comedy.

Preview: 'Improv Jam' open to all who want to participate

The Newtonite April 10, 2012
by Leah Budson Improvisation gives someone the ability “to be whatever he or she wants” because the acting is not scripted, said junior Nick Rodriguez, who will be directing “Improv Jam.”

Review: Spontaneous Generation improvises comedic performance

The Newtonite March 29, 2012
by Peter Diamond Eleven actors created impromptu comedy for a live audience last night at 7:30 p.m. in the little theatre.
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