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Picture contributed by Jordyn Goldshore ’23 --- upperclassmen one act directors gathered to chose their cast and play.

Staples Players work on their one acts amidst ‘Twelfth Night’

Julia Leitner ’23, Assistant Business Manager March 28, 2023

Staples Players’ rehearsals for their annual one act plays have begun. One acts is a festival that Staples Players hold every year as a final assignment for their Theatre and Directing course. The short...

The Playhouse suffered serious damage to several different areas of the theatre, because of the water that seeped through low-lying entrance doors and down staircases.

Westport Country Playhouse thankful for support after flood

Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor September 14, 2021

The Westport Country Playhouse suffered severe flood damage from the remnants of category two Hurricane Ida that hit Westport on the night of Sept. 1. The hurricane caused severe flooding and destruction...

Just as all other teams and clubs, Players must implement changes to their curriculum this fall.

Staples Players adapts to a new type of mask

After a lengthy period of time spent trapped at home, the start of a new school year meant the chance for Staples students to return to a new type of normalcy. Many were thrilled with the reopening of...

One of the many plays available to watch online is 42nd Street, which was a great production set during the Depression.

Activities to stimulate your mind during quarantine

Madison Andrews '20, Staff Writer April 30, 2020

During this difficult time of living during a pandemic, staying at home may drive some crazy from boredom. After being home from school for four weeks already, I have much more free time on my hands. It...

Our Town took place May 23-26. The show was loved by the students who participated.

Staples Players perfectly performs “Our Town”

May 30, 2019
Caroline Donohue '20 Business Manager
Leading actors Lulu Dalzell ’21 (playing Hecuba) and Emily Desser ’21 (playing Andromache) cry out in anguish over the loss of a child. “The Trojan Women” highlights to tragedy of the Troy women left behind after the Greeks have demolish their city.

Staples Players showcases “The Trojan Women” as first studio production of year

Serena Ye ’20, Broadcast Director March 19, 2019

Whether it’s the childhood fables about the devious surprise attack of the Trojan Horse or tales from the heroic Odyssey, most people have heard the Greek side of the Trojan War. But few have encountered...

[April 2017] O’Brien engineers a love for plants using his passion for theatre

[April 2017] O’Brien engineers a love for plants using his passion for theatre

April 21, 2017

By: Alice Hickson '17 It’s a Sunday afternoon and James O’Brien ’17 is in his garage, picking away at his list. Not a list of school work or overdue assignments, but an eclectic collection of...

The Final Bow

The Final Bow

March 22, 2017

By Channing Smith '17  

[Oct. 2016 Arts] Staples Players presents “The Music Man” for fall production

November 22, 2016

By Shaina Selvaraju ’17   This fall, Staples Players will perform the Tony Award winning musical, “The Music Man.” The musical centers on a con man named Harold Hill, played by Jacob...

[Sept. 2016 Arts] Staples students pursue acting excellence

October 11, 2016

By Brendan Massoud '17 Web Sports Editor The college process can be stressful -- discussion of applications, essays and interviews buzzes through Staples High School every fall with an anxiety enough...

Coleytown Company presents “Mary Poppins”

Coleytown Company presents “Mary Poppins”

Sophie Driscoll, Staff Writer March 30, 2016

Three years after a performance of “Peter Pan” that left audiences in awe, members of Coleytown Middle School’s Coleytown Company will take flight yet again this April in “Mary Poppins.” Coleytown...

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