The Black & White spoke to costume director Bethany Wong to get her thoughts on the challenges of outfitting the actors to fit the characters' personalities and roles in "Anything Goes."
An evil cackle shatters the still silence as the spotlight focuses on a dark figure onstage. Junior Kayvon Sari breaks through the tension, drawing laughter from the audience as he jokes, "If you're going to get into the Evil League of Evil you HAVE to have a memorable laugh." (continue reading...)
The world can finally end with a bang now that “Talent Showpocalypse” has made its debut.
This year’s talent show, “Talent Showpocalypse 2012: Run for Your Lives,” featured three hours of musical numbers and comical acts artfully put together on one stage, directed by senior Grace Laboy. (continue reading...)
The world is ending March 23, so get your tickets now. ‘Talent Showpocalypse 2012"—the name of this year’s Talent Show—will feature over 22 acts ranging from hip-hop groups to Chinese yo-yo. The show will have one of the biggest and broadest casts yet, director Grace Laboy, a senior, said. (continue reading...)
*by Cappies critic Emily Kelly from Lee High School*
Smoke curls around the floor, lightning sporadically flashes, rain is heard pattering on a rooftop and suddenly everything goes dark. A blue light hits a metallic table, and the body lying on it begins to convulse. Thus began Walt Whitman High School’s terrifying production of Frankenstein; a show about how playing God will result in horrifying consequences. (continue reading...)