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‘NDP’S Got Talent’ coffee house set for Saturday

September 6, 2012

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The seventh annual schoolwide talent show is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 in the Notre Dame cafeteria.The auditions for "NDP's Got Talent" show concluded on Sept. 6, with many performers trying their hand at singing, dancing,...

‘Drowsy’ sure to entertain

Amy Medeiros

February 2, 2012

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   The show may be titled The Drowsy Chaperone, but NDP’s winter musical is sure to leave audiences anything but tired. This year’s musical is somewhat unconventional, being “a musical within a comedy,” as the taglin...

Why ‘Drive’ is the most important movie of 2011

By Tyler Daswick

February 2, 2012

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   I am not as big of a movie buff as I thought I was. I found this out after I tried to begin a Movie of the Year article, but after consulting a friend who I consider one of the “indie” types and he gave me a list of abo...

Growing up all over again–‘The Muppets’ incredibly refreshing

By Tyler Daswick

November 28, 2011

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   I was always more of a Sesame Street kid. Most of us who are in high school now were, and that is all right; the Muppets are just a little ahead of our time.    I remember morning television rather well, and most of those me...

Cast brings reality to fall drama production

By Amy Medeiros

October 13, 2011

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Twelve Angry Jurors, Notre Dame’s latest production from the Drama department, is a promising start to a new year of theatrical performances. This classic stage drama is based off the screenplay of Twelve Angry Men, written...

‘Saints Night Live’: 6th annual NDP Talent Show

By Maddie Stevens

September 28, 2011

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The Saturday Night Live theme of NDP’s 6th annual Talent Show was a real crowd-pleaser when the Drama Department hosted the event on Sept. 10 in Andrew L. Eldridge Auditorium. The show this year was called “Saints Ni...

Real Live Magic: How we will remember Harry Potter

By Tyler Daswick

June 13, 2011

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December 23, 2004, was a big day. Turning 11 was pretty cool, but there was something that came with the big 1 and 1 that I was a little more excited for. As soon as I saw the FedEx man peel out of our neighborhood, I rushed...

‘Sucker Punch’ nothing more than cinematic garbage

By Tyler Daswick

May 18, 2011

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Look, I have sat through a lot of bad movies for you guys. Disaster Movie, Clash of the Titans, and the Fast & Furious reboot all rank among my most difficult film-going experiences. Even so, before every movie I see, I pr...

NDP dinner theater a hilarious success

By Maddie Stevens

April 26, 2011

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Notre Dame’s hilarious presentation of "Comedy, Cuisine, and Characters" ran April 15 and 16 in the school’s cafetorium.  The show consisted of two one-act plays: “The Auditon” and “An Old-Fashioned Soap Opera."...

Thespians to serve comedy, music at this weekend’s dinner theater

By Jack Dougherty

April 12, 2011

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The NDP Players will present a dinner theater show for the second year in a row, according to director Mrs. Bonnie Wilson.  The show will take place at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, on campus. The first...

‘Jane Eyre’ a thrill for Bronte fans and novices alike

Monica Vinje, Harriet Bryant and Kenyn Cheatham

April 4, 2011

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The most recent movie adaptation of Emily Bronte’s Jane Eyre breathes life into the classic drama through passionate acting and an active story line. The story begins in media res with the title character, played by Mia W...

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