It’s that time of year again: Wilson students are studying, perfecting and performing one of the timeless texts of William Shakespeare. Wilson will bring “Romeo and Juliet” to the black box this March, the famous forbidden love story that is now the foundation of thousands of narratives. Romeo and Juliet are both born into rich
Breathtaking. Awinspiring. Beautiful. These are just a few words that came to my mind after experiencing this year’s fall play Metamorphoses. Mary Zimmerman’s rendition of the classic Ovid Poem, which was made up of stories about greek gods, transformed into an play which Wilson’s theater department decided to take on this year. Some of these
BY EDEN BRESLOW & CHLOE LEO, CONRIBUTORS This fall, director Harriet Bronstein and assistant director Jill Roos will be putting on a production of the musical “Into the woods”, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and based on the book by James Lapine. The musical is a fantasy, an alternate version of well-known everyday
ELENA REMEZ, PHOTOGRAPHER During the annual 24 Hour Plays this weekend, 96 students wrote, directed and performed a series of 14 plays all within 24 hours.