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Big River: From the page to the stage

Big River:  From the page to the stage

ZOE MYERS-BOCHNER, STAFF WRITER

January 23, 2017

Most of Trinity’s students should be very familiar with the plot of this year’s all-school musical, “Big River.” That is because the musical is based on Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” which students read in 10th grade. “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” has been...

California Suite: small cast, big laughs

California Suite: small cast, big laughs

ZACH WATSON, LAYOUT EDITOR

November 4, 2016

The 2016 theater season kicked off with California Suite, which ran from Oct. 20-23. The Neil Simon comedy originally ran in 1976 and was quickly made into a feature film featuring Jane Fonda, Bill Cosby, Michael Caine, and more A-list actors and actresses. The play is divided into four acts, each si...

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” review

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” review

ZOE MYERS-BOCHNER, STAFF WRITER

September 15, 2016

  This contains minimal spoilers.  Read with caution.   On the night of July 30th, 2016, muggles around the world were clad in Hogwarts robes, feverishly cramming into bookstores awaiting the midnight release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the first new Harry Potter book to be released in n...

Undertale: A Perfect, Pixel-Packed Adventure

Undertale: A Perfect, Pixel-Packed Adventure

ANDREW KWA, STAFF WRITER

December 14, 2015

  The role playing games (RPGs) of the gaming industry have been pretty stale for the past years.  Each game, more or less, contains the same bland aspects: a silent protagonist who needs to save the world/girl against all odds, an overwhelming amount of turn-by-turn battles and a stale, predictab...

The Last Five Years leaves a lasting impact

The Last Five Years leaves a lasting impact

Zoe Myers-Bochner, Staff Writer

December 14, 2015

Though Trinity puts on many theatre productions, The Last Five Years, starring Maddie Walker ’16 and Tony Moreno ’17, stands out from the rest. The show, directed by Janine Papin, ran from Thursday, December 3 to Saturday, December 5. The show tells the story of actress Cathy (played by Walke...

Shakespeare in Hollywood shines onstage

Shakespeare in Hollywood shines onstage

Zoe Myers-Bochner, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

The antics of characters ranging from fairies trapped in the wrong millennium to a blustering studio owner to his tramp girlfriend who desperately wants to star in a respectable movie entertained audiences in the first upper school production of the year.  The show, Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Ho...

Rocky franchise picks up where it left off with Creed

Rocky franchise picks up where it left off with Creed

NICK SMITH, SPORTS EDITOR

December 8, 2015

  If you’re considering seeing a movie over the break (and, like me, you’d prefer not to get emotionally scarred by Krampus), director Ryan Coogler’s Creed is an excellent choice. Contrary to classical holiday movies of the past, Creed does not give off the typical warm sweater and hot chocol...

A Film Fest rewind

A Film Fest rewind

ALICE BENEKE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

May 11, 2015

A clip of English department chair Steven Krueger playing the game 2048 flashes across the screen.  A frustrated Krueger attempts to deal with the incompetent leaders as he begs them to find a villain. But the leaders have a better idea—they’re going to lose the video. The 18th annual film fest ...

Joseph joys audience

ALLIE STEIN, STAFF WRITER

December 10, 2014

   Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was the all-school musical that began on Thursday, Nov. 13 and ended on Sunday, Nov. 16, with four performances on the Trinity stage.  Joseph is a Biblical story and a comedic play originally written for school children.  Director Janine Papin decided t...

The King and I Review

The King and I Review

NATASHA HARALAMBOUS

April 22, 2014

During the weekend of April 10, the theater department’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I delighted audiences with its portrayal of a true story of a bitter, yet funny and heartwarming relationship between two people of dramatically different cultural backgrounds. In the musical, whi...

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