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Company One uses theater as a vehicle for change

Company One uses theater as a vehicle for change

Anna Dong, News Editor

October 26, 2018


Filed under Arts

Undocumented immigrants. The American education system. A new lense on the Vietnam War. Boston’s award-winning Company One Theater produces thought-provoking plays that explore social justice issues. Since its inception in 1999, Company One has strived to use theater as a vehicle for social change. ...

Artist of the Month: Rae Bell

Artist of the Month: Rae Bell

Jackie Perelman, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017


Filed under Artists Of The Month, Arts, Showcase

She stands in the wings, preparing to take the stage. When she walks out, she is momentarily blinded by the light, but is no stranger to this feeling. She waits for the roar of the crowd to die down, relishing the feeling, and then she commences her twenty minute monologue. Senior Rae Bell is an 18-year-old...

Backstage crew plays critical role in shows

Backstage crew plays critical role in shows

Chloe Barber, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016


Filed under Arts

An electric guitar is heard strumming the national anthem, followed by a video of a news report. Lights shine on a group of actors onstage wearing elegant business suits. A framework of industrial pipes and exposed lights set the scene. Before the actors even speak, the work of a whole team of student...

Differences between participating in theater in and out of the high school

Differences between participating in theater in and out of the high school

Ella Kitterman, Staff Writer

January 15, 2016


Filed under Arts

Junior Charlotte Palmucci plays the role of the fox in Trumpet of the Swan at Wheelock Family Theater in 2015. Photo provided by Palmucci. At the high school, students who act are faced with the choice of whether they should perform with the drama department or seek opportunities elsewhere. However...

Professional student actors choose to perform as hobby

Professional student actors choose to perform as hobby

Chloe Jepsen, staff writers

January 13, 2016


Filed under Arts

The lights darken, the smell of popcorn and sticky candies waft through the heavily air-conditioned room and the movie begins. Their face comes onto the scene. One would think that this would be every young actor’s dream… but is it? Even students who are greatly invested in acting in theater, ...

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