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Spontaneous Generation will provide unscripted fun

Leah Ziskin March 31, 2022

Spontaneous Generation looks to humor audiences through various improvisational comedy games. Directed by seniors Ella Reid and Sam Melville, the show will run Mar. 30-Apr. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little...

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Nitrous Oxide Preview

Leah Ziskin February 9, 2022

Nitrous Oxide promises laughter for all those who attend through cast-written comedic sketches Feb. 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre.   Directed by seniors Luka Ross and Sam Braithwaite,...

Improv Jam presents exciting games, humor from actors

Improv Jam presents exciting games, humor from actors

Arjun Shatkin January 23, 2020

With a collection of both classic and lesser-known improv games, Theatre Ink’s Improv Jam cultivated slapstick humor from the cast, which was met with frequent applause and laughter from the audience. Directed...

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...

Portrait of Liesl Tommy 89. (Photo courtesy of Lelund Durond Studios)

Director Liesl Tommy reflects on North's influence, previews upcoming projects

Arjun Shatkin May 10, 2019

From apartheid South Africa to Newton and beyond, Liesl Tommy ‘89 has found immense success as a director, breaking barriers and proving her tenacity. In 2016, Tommy received a Tony for Best Direction...

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.

Parent launches The Spotlighters

The Newtonite December 1, 2011
by Hilary Brumberg Parent Anne Bersani formed The Spotlighters this fall, to give high school students with disabilities a chance to participate in the production of musicals.

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.
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