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Memories made in fall play

Jame Sewell, staff writer
November 16, 2022

From British accents to new friendships, this year’s fall play, Peter and the Starcatcher, which ran from Oct. 26 to Oct. 29, created lasting memories, senior Peter Canalia, who played Smee, said. The...

Photo courtesy of Claire Drews

Shakespeare in Love, South’s Fall Play, debuts tomorrow

Justine Liu, Staff Writer
October 20, 2021

The experience of seeing a story unfold in front of your eyes, and knowing that the exact moment cannot be perfectly captured or recreated, is what makes live theater special.  This feeling is what...

Anatomy of Gray strays from traditional tactics

Karina Benson, a&e editor
September 28, 2018

The lights begin to flicker and people file back into the auditorium. Muffled conversations die down as people find their seats. The lights slowly dim all the way and the stage suddenly becomes illuminated....

Miracle makers:   Pointing at freshman Abby Neptun, elves junior Erin Kirby, sophomore Becky Jacobson, freshman Luke Kirby, and junior Marina Madsen dance and joke with Neptun on stage of the fall play Miracle on 34th Street. The play’s storyline follows Kris Kringle, Macy’s hired Santa, who is soon put on trial after claiming he’s the real Santa Claus.

Miracle on 34th Street presents positive message

Emma Morris and Susie You
November 4, 2016

This year’s fall play Miracle on 34th Street took the audience on a journey to belief, according to Director Beth Ann Barber. According to Barber, Miracle on 34th Street was a great introduction to the...

THE CRUCIBLE’S CLIMAX: Revealing a shocking secret, John Proctor, played by senior Chuck Quinn IV, sends a tremor through the courtroom in this dramatic scene. The Crucible was the fall play at South this year that told the story of the Salem witch trials.

‘The Crucible’ inspires historic, emotional themes

Aakash BhojwaniI & John Park, staff reporters
November 6, 2015

Two female characters standing on a bed clasp each other’s hands in panic as they begin to trade off claims that various village people are witches. As the ominous list of accusations grows longer, the...

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