The Review

“Red Herring” explores love stories, murder mystery

“Red Herring” explores love stories, murder mystery

Indrani Maitra, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under CULTURE, SHOWCASE

The Upper School Spring Play "Red Herring" revolved around a 1950s murder and international conspiracy.

“Almost, Maine” explores love with series of vignettes

“Almost, Maine” explores love with series of vignettes

Abigail Poag, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA, PODCASTS, SHOWCASE

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.

“She Kills Monsters” brings fantasy world to life

“She Kills Monsters” brings fantasy world to life

Abigail Poag, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA, PHOTO GALLERIES, SHOWCASE

"She Kills Monsters" took place partially in the real world and partially in a fantastical game of Dungeons and Dragons, leading to creative characters, costumes, and sets.

“She Kills Monsters” tackles identity, fantasy

“She Kills Monsters” tackles identity, fantasy

Abigail Poag and Sophie Caldwell

November 9, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, NEWS

This year's fall play, "She Kills Monsters," combines humor and modern social issues in a fantasy setting.

Day in the Life of a “Black Comedy” actress

Day in the Life of a “Black Comedy” actress

Irene Vazquez, Editor in Chief

January 25, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, DAY IN THE LIFE, ODDS&ENDS, SHOWCASE

Read about a day in the life of Irene Vazquez, an actress in the winter play "Black Comedy."

Day in the life of a winter play actress

Day in the life of a winter play actress

Irene Vazquez, Copy Editor

January 29, 2015


Filed under CULTURE

Even though there are only eleven girls in the Winter Play, "Talking With...," the preparation behind the scenes is both time-consuming and exhausting. Follow a day in the life of Irene Vazquez, who plays an Appalachian snake charmer.

Surplus of prospective actors results in additional winter play

Surplus of prospective actors results in additional winter play

Sukul Mittal, Staff Writer

January 22, 2015


Filed under CULTURE, SHOWCASE

After creating the fall one act plays in 2013, the Fine Arts department decided this year to add another set of one acts for the winter season.

Fall One-Acts captivate audience

Fall One-Acts captivate audience

Sukul Mittal, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014


Filed under CULTURE

Scenes from the Fall One-Acts varied from a baby’s life before delivery to a simple yet revealing talk between two psychiatric patients.

The Preview: “Completely Hollywood”

The Preview: “Completely Hollywood”

Emma Gobillot, Video Editor

January 26, 2014


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA

With only two acts and three actors in each performance, “Completely Hollywood” manages to pack in references to 186 classic Hollywood films. Follow the link for a trailer.

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