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March 2017

Pretty Theft – METG Festival

March 4
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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$10

A play about ballerinas, boxes and the dangers of beauty. Norwood High School presents PRETTY THEFT, a play about ballerinas, boxes and the dangers of beauty written by Adam Szymkowicz, produced by special arrangement with Samuel French. After losing her father, Allegra falls under the wing of bad girl Suzy, only to find an unexpected friendship with Joe, an autistic savant. When things take a violent turn, Allegra and Suzy escape cross country and befriend Marco, a mysterious thief who…

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April 2017

89th Annual New England Drama Festival — Co-hosted by Norwood and Attleboro High Schools

April 20 - April 22
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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April 20-22, 2017 – Norwood High School, 245 Nichols Street, Norwood MA 02062 Norwood Host Director: John Quinn, Norwood High School, email: ejohnquinn@yahoo.com Registration & Scheduling Coordinator: Pete Tarsi, Attleboro High School, email: nedf2017@nedrama.org

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May 2017

Hearts Like Fists

May 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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$5

“Parody and punches fly in Adam Szymkowicz’s “Hearts Like Fists” ... The combination is madcap. Pretty hysterical too… Hurting for a laugh? These Crimefighters should save the day.” --New York Times “Hearts Like Fists . . . is a silly, over-the-top, and adventurous comic book-style play that offers a fun, twisted exploration of what it means when someone Hulk-smashes your heart on the ground into a million pieces… Fists argues that the most important moments in life are the ones…

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Hearts Like Fists

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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$5

“Parody and punches fly in Adam Szymkowicz’s “Hearts Like Fists” ... The combination is madcap. Pretty hysterical too… Hurting for a laugh? These Crimefighters should save the day.” --New York Times “Hearts Like Fists . . . is a silly, over-the-top, and adventurous comic book-style play that offers a fun, twisted exploration of what it means when someone Hulk-smashes your heart on the ground into a million pieces… Fists argues that the most important moments in life are the ones…

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Hearts Like Fists

May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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$5

“Parody and punches fly in Adam Szymkowicz’s “Hearts Like Fists” ... The combination is madcap. Pretty hysterical too… Hurting for a laugh? These Crimefighters should save the day.” --New York Times “Hearts Like Fists . . . is a silly, over-the-top, and adventurous comic book-style play that offers a fun, twisted exploration of what it means when someone Hulk-smashes your heart on the ground into a million pieces… Fists argues that the most important moments in life are the ones…

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Hearts Like Fists

May 7 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Paul M. Alberta Performing Arts Center at Norwood High School, 245 Nichols St.
Norwood, MA 02062 United States
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$5

“Parody and punches fly in Adam Szymkowicz’s “Hearts Like Fists” ... The combination is madcap. Pretty hysterical too… Hurting for a laugh? These Crimefighters should save the day.” --New York Times “Hearts Like Fists . . . is a silly, over-the-top, and adventurous comic book-style play that offers a fun, twisted exploration of what it means when someone Hulk-smashes your heart on the ground into a million pieces… Fists argues that the most important moments in life are the ones…

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