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Visual and Performing Arts

The Films of 2017- Best to Worst

January 18, 2018 11:41pm | Ari Steinberg

With the dawning of the new year, 2017 draws to a close and another year-long movie season along with it. As the film releases of 2018 are just around the corner, the works of the previous year will soon lose their immediacy, but some will […]

Cancelled Musical Makes Waves in Theatre Department

January 16, 2018 6:58pm | Ari Steinberg

Early in the semester of Fall 2018, many NHS students were shocked, stunned and perplexed when the theater department announced that the musical, Into the Woods, intended to be performed this fall, was canceled. One of the individuals for whom this was unsurprising, although no […]

Blade Runner 2049—A Breath of Fresh Air

January 11, 2018 6:06pm | Ari Steinberg

Today’s film landscape is largely populated by simple, spectacle-driven blockbusters. This setting primarily causes action movies to flourish, while more unconventional movies are left in the dust—this harsh environment has resulted in the new release Blade Runner 2049 gaining a minuscule attendance and the label […]

“It” Review

October 16, 2017 2:27am | Ari Steinberg

Clowns are scary—there’s no getting around that. There is something intrinsically frightening about the bright, colorful, slightly off-putting performers. The hold clowns have over the imagination is something NHS students are hard-pressed to forget, after last year’s clown-related false alarm. NHS students will find that […]

The Arts Must Go On – A Pictory of Arts Night In

January 16, 2017 10:06pm | Connor McLindon

The echoes can be heard throughout the hallways of Northampton High School. This may sound creepy and haunting, but it is quite the opposite. The sounds that collide off the walls of the corridors are evidence of the vibrant, creative culture that is alive and […]

NHS Theater Joins Guild, Hopes to Compete in Early 2017

December 20, 2016 5:22pm | Isaac Bayne

     Northampton High School Theater has joined the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild, and will be participating in its High School Festival in March of next year with the hopes of establishing a greater name for the program. The “premier event” of the METG, the […]