Theatre

  • “The Great Comet” Crashes in a Storm of Racial Controversy

    by - Oct 16, 2017
    By CHRISTINE BAE Broadway’s “Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812” closed following months of racial controversy due to public discontent with the changing of a lead role. After viewing the first performance of the...
  • “Play On!” Is an Outright Success

    by - Dec 9, 2015
    By ARIANNA SCAVONE The Harlequin Players under the co-directorship of Mr. Darr and Ms. Arnesen excellently executed the comedy “Play On!” by Rick Abbott (How do you like that alliteration, Phyllis Montague?). The cast rehearsed three times...
  • Shrek Is an Ogre-sized Success

    by - Mar 13, 2015
    By SAM NEWMAN Photos by ALANNA LEVINE   What do you get when you combine Pinocchio, the Wicked Witch, the Three Blind Mice, an ogre, a donkey, and a dragon? “Shrek the Musical!” After months of...
  • “The Butler Did It” Is a Hilarious Hit

    by - Dec 22, 2014
    By MICHELLE LU The Jericho High School Harlequin Players have done it again with their rendition of “The Butler Did It,” which ran throughout November 20th-22nd in the JHS Little Theater. The play takes place in the home of...
  • Let’s Murder Marsha Is a Killer

    by - Nov 29, 2013
    By SAM NEWMAN Filled with laughs, plot twists, and seaplanes, the fall drama,” Let’s Murder Marsha” was a crowd pleaser.  Over three nights last week, students, faculty, and parents poured into the Little Theater to witness...