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Laughter erupts at Toquet Hall

Laughter erupts at Toquet Hall

Emily Olrik, Staff Writer

October 20, 2014

Teenagers flooded through the doors, eagerly purchased their tickets, and quickly snatched up seats to reserve for their friends. Last night, the Stand Up Comedy event at Toquet hall was full in swing with four equally talented and hilarious comedians, endless laughs and countless jokes. The show featured Robert Dean, originally from Bridgeport, who performed...

Staples students already miss Joan Rivers

Staples students already miss Joan Rivers

Claire Lewin, Associate Managing Editor

September 5, 2014

Internationally recognized comedian Joan Rivers, 81, died yesterday, Sept. 5 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.  According to The New York Times, Rivers went to the hospital last Thursday after losing consciousness during a procedure related to her vocal cords, and by Tuesday, River’s was on ...

“Don’t Drink the Water” ends in success

“Don’t Drink the Water” ends in success

Caroline Rossi, Web Features Editor

March 5, 2014

On Sunday March 2nd, members of the cast of “Don’t Drink The Water” took their final bow. The Woody Allen comedy directed by Nathan Francis ’14 ran for three performances. “I am over the moon about how this process went,” said Francis. “Everything just came together so well, from the c...

Review of Staples Players' Production "Curtains"

Review of Staples Players' Production "Curtains"

November 18, 2010

The Staples Players’ latest production, “Curtains,” hit the stage the weekend of Nov. 12. The musical comedy and murder mystery is about the cast of a show as they deal with the murder of their leading lady. An investigation ensues as they try to discover the murderer. I must admit that I have no...

Staples Players Presents "Curtains"

Staples Players Presents "Curtains"

October 22, 2010

Image via Wikipedia. Staples Players will perform the whodunit comedy murder musical “Curtains” as their fall production on Nov. 12-14 and 19-20. Set in Boston during the late 1950s, “Curtains” tells what happens after the overwhelmingly untalented leading lady of a play is murdered during her opening night curtain call...

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