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‘Sweeney Todd’ showcases Wellesley High talent

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By Lisa Moore Hometown Weekly Correspondent From the very first day of the school year, WHS students, teachers, tech crew, pit, and POPS members began the long pre-production work necessary to present the dark comedy and musical thriller “Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” Requiring a collaboration between the drama, technology, choral and music...
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‘Sweeney Todd’ coming to WHS

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That infamous demon barber, Sweeney Todd, will soon be wreaking his havoc on Rice Street. With book by Hugh Wheeler and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, this dark and witty tale is rife with love, murder and revenge. Awarded eight Tony Awards for its Broadway premiere, including Best Musical, “Sweeney Todd”...

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‘Sweeney Todd’ coming to WHS

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That infamous demon barber, Sweeney Todd, will soon be wreaking his havoc on Rice Street. With book by Hugh Wheeler and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, this dark and witty tale is rife with love, murder and revenge. Awarded eight Tony Awards for its Broadway premiere, including Best Musical, “Sweeney Todd” is...
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‘Now In Color’ wins prestigious award

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy “Now In Color,” the original Wellesley High School play, recently received a prestigious theater award from the New England Theatre Conference: the Moss Hart Award. “The annual Moss Hart Memorial Award has a two-fold purpose,” reads the New England Theatre Conference’s website. “To honor the memory of Moss Hart, dramatist and...
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Wellesley Theatre Project presents ‘Spring Awakening’

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Wellesley Theatre Project (WTP) will present the Tony Award-winning rock musical “Spring Awakening” on Friday, March 24; Saturday, March 25; Sunday, March 26; Saturday, April 1; and Sunday, April 2. WTP will mount this fully-staged work in a “blackbox theater” setting within a temporarily transformed Wellesley Community Center, located at 219 Washington Street,...
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