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NEWTON NORTH HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE INK

Hey Everyone,

I go to Newton North High School (NNHS),

We just had auditions this week for our spring musical:

CHICAGO

Production Dates March 23, 24, 25, 26
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30pm/2:00pm on the 26th
Ticket Price $10 and $14

Below is the rest of the THEATRE.INK season at NNHS:


ENTER LAUGHING

by Joseph Stein
Directed by Caitlin McGee and Tori Gwin

Production Dates January 12, 13, 14
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00

Enter Laughing by Joseph Stein is a sidesplitting comedy about a young man named David working in a sewing machine repair shop, who decides to pursue a career as an actor. His carefree manner and charismatic ladies-man persona impair his ability to keep a healthy relationship with his girlfriend Wanda. As if being an actor isn't hard enough, David must deal with his over-involved Jewish parents who are convinced he has a promising future as a druggist, and an elderly boss who thinks David aspires to be the heir to his shop. Through David's relationships with his quirky parents, director, boss and friends, the audience is given an insightful view into the hardships of life in the theatre and the message that nothing should stop you from following your dreams.



THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA

Presented by The Fingerpaint Players

Production Dates December 2006
Venue Libraries and Schools
Time of Show TBA
Ticket Price FREE!
Don't miss the second season of Theatre Ink's Children's Theatre troupe, The Fingerpaint Players in "The Princess and the Pea". This original production will tour throughout Newton at schools, libraries and after-school programs. Will the Princess feel the Pea under the mountain of mattresses and wed the Prince? The zany antics of the Fingerpaint players will bring you their version of this wonderful Hans Christian Anderson tale.


SPONTANEOUS GENERATION

The Improvisation Show
Student directed by Mary Lauran Hall and Jonathan Jaffee-Anechiarico

Production Dates March 2, 3, 4
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00
Spontaneous Generation is Newton North Theatre Ink's improvisational theatre troupe. Every year they perform a crazy, zany, off-the-wall completely improvised show. Fun games and audience participation heighten the energy of this show that may be about anything the audience suggests. Expect a knee-slappin' good time!


OUR TOWN

Production Dates February 9, 10, 11
Venue Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30pm
Ticket Price $5


CHICAGO - THE MUSICAL

Production Dates March 23, 24, 25, 26
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30pm/2:00pm on the 26th
Ticket Price $10 and $14


STEEL MAGNOLIAS

by Robert Harling
Directed by Caroline Rotenberg and Garland Mason

Production Dates April 6, 7, 8
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00

The play that inspired the highly acclaimed movie, Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias is "the funniest play ever to make you cry." Steel Magnolias is a witty and bitingly sarcastic mix of drama and comedy. Watch as six southern women muse over their small town life and complex life issues in a local beauty salon. See their bond grow stronger with the unexpected death of a loved one and watch as they choose laughter to remedy their grief. Filled with humor and heartbreak, these "Steel Magnolias" make us laugh and cry, as they are hilarious and marvelously lovable in good times and bad.

THE ANNUAL SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION WITH NEWTON SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

Production Dates May 18, 19, 20, 21
Venue Newton South
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price TBA


AND LAST, BUT NOT LEAST


INTO THE WOODS

by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Maria Fulwiler and Zack Baer
Musical Direction by Ben Bromfield and Sarah Schlegel

Production Dates May 25, 26, 27, 28
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 pm/2:00 pm on the 28th
Ticket Price $5.00

"Someone's been messing around with our fairy tales."
When a Baker and his Wife learn that their inability to bear a child is due to a curse cast by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest to gather the special objects required to break the spell, swindling and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack (of beanstalk fame). Through suffering and sacrifice, the Baker and his Wife, as well as the other fairy tale characters' wishes are fulfilled, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them, with disastrous results. When an angry giant poses a threat to the community, all of the characters are forced to unite to overcome this great malevolent force. What begins as a lively, irreverent fantasy becomes a moving lesson about community responsibility, the danger in wishing, dealing with loss, and the stories we tell our children. "Into the Woods," James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning sinister, fractured fairy tale, depicts life after "happily ever after."
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