Nobles Theatre Collective

Nobles Theatre Collective

Vinik Theatre became a fairy forest and actors morphed into sprites and Athenians for the original romantic comedy, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by faculty member Todd Morton. 


The March Parents' Association Newsletter is now available.

The March Parents' Association Newsletter is now available.

Spring is almost here. While you wait, catch up on the latest at Nobles. 

Nobles Theatre Collective

Nobles Theatre Collective

As part of the Nobles Theatre Collective, the Middle School presented "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon"on both February 11 and 12.      

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Snowy Slideshow

Snowy Slideshow

While the arctic vortex pummels New England with snow this winter, and presents Buildings and Grounds with a herculean challenge, it has made for some picturesque moments at Nobles.

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Mind Wandering

Nobles' learning specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci record a monthly podcast, "The Studies Show", where they share educational research, organizational skills and study tips. In this month's podcast, they discuss how mind wandering, commonly referred to negatively as day dreaming or zoning out, can be an effective practice for creative thinking. Listen to the new podcast here to see what the studies show.


Student Diversity Leadership Conference

At Assembly on March 9, students who represented Nobles at the Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in December shared their takeaways from the summit. Although each student addressed a different facet of identity, the unified message was one of appreciation, advocacy and empathy.

NCAAM Former North Carolina great the late Dean Smith remembers his players in his will - ESPN http://t.co/Efjdkb3DGP

Noble Grads
Congrats to Phil Hession '11 on being named Epoch Lacrosse and Lacrosse Magazine's Player of the Week! Though we can say we knew him before he was a big shot... #tbt

The Use of the Sketch

Interesting discussion in DigBoston about the use of the sketch in the courtroom.

Clear question that arises out of it: should camera’s be allowed in the courtroom and how is their absence/presence influencing our thoughts about trials?



Nobles in Cambodia
Wat Up. #NoblesInCambodia #NoblesEXCEL #WatUp

Until Proven Innocent

On February 25, Nobles welcomed two compelling speakers from The New England Innocence Project (NEIP), a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice. Students heard from NEIP Executive Director Denise McWilliams and exoneree Dennis Maher.

Learn how Nina MacLaughlin '97 went from the Boston Phoenix to the wood shop. http://t.co/HUXFwYr1FH via @flavorwire

@choll12 Let's not get crazy now

@choll12 Well since it's already up there, we could move it higher to indicate greater importance?

Congrats, Nina MacLaughlin '97, @the_carpentrix. Join her tonight at #Newtonvillebooks for how the book was built: http://t.co/8wFdcBcRAQ

Foster Gallery
For those heading out west this summer, Henry Horenstein (Foster '09) will be having work in the exhibit Country: Portraits of an American Sound at the Annenberg Space for Photography in LA! http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2014/03/05/los-angeles-photo-exhibit-focus-country-music-icons/6034221/

11 Books About Obsessive Searches, via @nytimes http://t.co/dKNoozwgWG

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