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Maggie Pelletier (played by Sacha Waters) and Frank Keller (played by Eli Maierson) examine the results of the autopsy conducted by the doctor (played by George Hagle).

“Red Herring” explores love stories, murder mystery

Indrani Maitra, Staff Writer February 12, 2019
The Upper School Spring Play "Red Herring" revolved around a 1950s murder and international conspiracy.
Senior Ben Cohen and junior Ashley Kim perform one vignette from

“Almost, Maine” explores love with series of vignettes

Abigail Poag, Staff Writer January 29, 2018
Performed on Jan. 25 and 26 in the Black Box Theater, “Almost, Maine” follows the people of Almost, a small town in northern Maine, as they navigate the joys and challenges of love on a single winter’s night.
Pod on the Quad: Almost, Maine

Pod on the Quad: Almost, Maine

Sophia Kontos, Online Section Editor January 24, 2018
On the first-ever segment of the Review's new podcast, Pod on the Quad, hear from performers in the upcoming Black Box production of Almost, Maine.
This card was ilustrated by Anisha Lal at the Women Helping Empower Each other Galentine's Day celebration.

A dozen uniquely SJS Valentine’s Day greetings

Staff February 13, 2017
Trying to woo your Valentine? You sure will with these zingy one-liners!
“Love isn’t always easy”: Leakeys share experiences in adoption at Love Chapel

“Love isn’t always easy”: Leakeys share experiences in adoption at Love Chapel

Priyanka Jain, Videographer February 26, 2014
Following an invocation delivered by seniors Fred Lang and Matthew Kreutter, sophomores Winnie Brandfield-Harvey and Hannah Curtis performed Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love.” Physics teacher Susan Bigge introduced speakers Becky and Anthony Leakey.
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