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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...

Senior Edie Pike speaks at an event to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg after her passing. (photo courtesy of Edie Pike)

Edie Pike ramps up for new advocacy project

Grace Beecher November 22, 2020

Senior Edie Pike has always been interested in hearing other people’s stories. From chatting with friends and teachers to listening to people on her podcast, Voices, Pike has found numerous ways to...

A tent sits in the Art courtyard outside North. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

Theatre Ink plans around pandemic to keep season alive

Sophie Fredberg September 16, 2020

Instead of the typical dimly-lit auditorium and rows of cushioned seats filled with spectators, shows held on Zoom or socially distanced performances outside will be the new normal for Theatre Ink this...

Bright Star introduces bluegrass to Theatre Ink

Bright Star introduces bluegrass to Theatre Ink

Sophie Fredberg January 23, 2020

Steve Martin’s Bright Star brought romance, adventure, and trauma to the North stage through bluegrass music and a strong narrative. Seniors Tatiana Jackson-Saitz and Casey Weaver directed the North...

Senior Lucas Pratt and junior Leyla Davis, playing the lead characters of John and Mary, share a heart-to-heart talk over lunch. (Photo courtesy of Adam Brown)

'Middletown' captivates audiences with morbid humor, emotional scenes

Amy Xue November 7, 2018

Although Theatre Ink’s new fall production, Middletown, seemed like an ordinary play about a small town, it addressed deep questions about birth, death, and what is means for the lives burning bright...

Artist of the Month: Maggie Quigley

Artist of the Month: Maggie Quigley

Hannah Liu April 4, 2017

From behind the scenes, junior Maggie Quigley offers insight into the often overlooked role of stage crew. Like most stage crew members, she has a range of jobs including painting, carpentry, and design....

Artist of the Month: Jen Gately

Artist of the Month: Jen Gately

The Newtonite October 21, 2015

by Amy Morrill Senior Jen Gately is October’s Artist of the Month because of her passion for theatre. She is directing Into the Woods and Spontaneous Generation this year and hopes to act in other Theatre...

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...

Preview: Theatre Ink’s season begins with Song of Achilles Part II: Troy

Preview: Theatre Ink’s season begins with Song of Achilles Part II: Troy

The Newtonite September 15, 2014

Troy, the second half of the previously staged Song of Achilles, opens Theatre Ink’s 2014-15 Season on September 18, 19, and 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the little theatre. Directed by Melissa Bernstein, the...

Preview: 'Book of Days' to use unique theatre style

The Newtonite January 25, 2014

by Jessica Tharaud Theatre Ink’s next production “Book of Days” explores small town life in a new way. It goes up Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the little theatre. “Book of Days,” written...

The cast rehearsing Forget About the Boy

Director, actors respond to musical's stereotypes

The Newtonite January 17, 2014

by Peter Diamond In a number of ways, “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” Theatre Ink’s spring musical, resembles the quintessential Broadway romantic comedy—showy dance numbers, a sizeable ensemble, slapstick...

Review: Cabaret Troupe contrasts fairy tales with everyday teenage problems

The Newtonite January 9, 2014

by Jessica Tharaud The enchanting voices of actors fill the auditorium with song in Cabaret Troupe’s “Neverland,” which goes up tonight and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Directed by senior Will Champion...

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