PREVIOUS FACEBOOK LIVE EVENTS
Midsummer Night of Songs and Words Virtual CABARET
Thursday July 30 at 7pm
Talented veteran and young performers who graced our stage in recent productions. Performers include Karen McPherson (Wrinkles; Crude, the Musical) Shae McSharry and Samantha Walker (both recently appeared in Matilda the Musical); Gracie O’Leary (Wind in the Willows; The Emperor’s New Clothes); Bridget Williams (Madeline’s Christmas; Sister Act); Katie Buckley (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; Treasure Island) with tap dancer, Anna Shantz and Shiloh Pabst (Pippin; Treasure Island).
VOICES OF POETRY – A NIGHT OF STARS
An online evening of exceptional poetry and music
Thursday, July 23, 2020 at 7:00 pm
FREE (Suggested donation: $15 @ person).
This event will be live-streamed on CCTC’s website and its Facebook page. Featuring four outstanding poets: former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky, Andrea Cohen, Charles Harper, Krysten Hill and Gail Mazur. Also featuring acclaimed sax/reed player Bruce Abbott who will be performing solo and with some very talented friends.
VOICES OF POETRY was formed by Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and poetry activist Neil Silberblatt. Since 2012, VOP has presented a series of more than 400 poetry events in NY, NJ, CT and MA. Those events – which have featured Poets Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winners/nominees, as well as those who have not (yet) published a word – have been presented at numerous venues, including Provincetown Art Association & Museum; Wellfleet Public Library; Brewster Ladies Library; The Rubin Museum of Art in NYC; and The Mount / Edith Wharton’s home in Lenox, MA. VOP has been awarded grants by Mass. Cultural Council.
Although this event is FREE, there is a suggested donation of $15. CCTC/HJT appreciates the support of its community and, once it is safe to gather together again, looks forward to the resumption of its live and in person events.
SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS VIRTUAL CABARET
Thursday July 16 at 7 PM.
Live-stream by viewing the Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre’s Facebook page
CCTC/HJT is thrilled to announce a SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS VIRTUAL CABARET which includes an array of talented veteran and young performers who graced our stage in recent productions. Grammy Award nominated singer-songwriter Dana McCoy (Wrinkles; Anne of Green Gables) sings The Best Is Yet to Come, an original song. Madison Mayer who will sing A CHANGE IN ME, a tribute to the memory of Ted Vitale, a wonderful actor who played her father in Beauty and the Beast. Hannah McLaughlin sings Higher from the Broadway musical Allegiance. Sonia Schoning and Marcia Wytrwal sing Blue Bayou, from the Linda Ronstadt tribute concert, Silver Threads, originally scheduled as an October offering. Haley Labdon, Perry Gill, Grace Olah, and Kelly Martin (castmates from Matilda the Musical and Elf) perform songs that are especially meaningful to them. An original poem will be presented by Olivia Thompson and Sara -Ann Semedo performs Ntozake Shang’s powerful poem, “A Daughter’s Geography.”
A TIME TO LISTEN
Performed live on June 25th, this BIPOC Virtual Cabaret was filled with beautiful and meaningful performances honoring Black Lives Matter.
Producing Artistic Director, Nina Schuessler and Stage Manager, Hannah McLaughlin invited actors to perform songs, poems and monologues that are meaningful to their own lives and careers. The performers include Sara-Ann Semedo; Sallie Tighe; LeVane Harrington; Lance-Patrick Strickland; Olivia Thompson; Jordan Drakeford; Susannah Brown and Aaron Michael Ray.
Our FACEBOOK LIVE event on May 22 was a hit!
HJT ALUM VIRTUAL CABARET
The HJT Virtual Cabaret brought together HJT alum who performed amazing songs and reminisced about their time at HJT.
Proud HJT Alum and Board Member Alison Mahoney is a professional actress based in New York and known on TV as The Singing Baker; and as the founding member of cabaret stars, The Randy Andy’s. Alison has gathered her 1990’s alumni cohort of professional actors including Adam Harrington; Halcyone Hurst; Trish LaRose; Sarah Lewis; Scott Mebus; Ethan Paulini; Kate Pazakis; and Chris Sidoli, all of whom have successful professional careers as actors from Regional Theatre to Broadway and from Hollywood to London. They will perform songs that are meaningful to their own careers and to spread hope during these challenging times. A special appearance will be made by alum Seth Doane, CBS News Correspondent in Rome, who overcame the Covid-19 virus while living in Italy.
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