Feb. 14: Come to the (Broadway) Cabaret!

What good is sitting alone in your room (especially on Valentine’s Day)? Come hear the music play – at the Lawrenceville Broadway Cabaret! The Clark Music Center’s Dresdner Hall is the place to be on February 14, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Enjoy the music while sitting at a candle-lit table and enjoy dessert at intermission. Tickets are $7 before the show and $10 at the door.
The Cabaret is produced by the School’s student-run Allegro Council to benefit the Lawrenceville Performing Arts Camp (LPAC). The two-week camp provides free dance, theatre, vocal and instrumental music lessons for roughly 100 underserved local children. All of the campers are Lawrence Township kids, ages 7-12, who qualify for the state’s free or reduced lunch program. Lawrenceville provides everything, from transportation to guitars to meals.
“Cabaret offers students the chance to delve deeply into the rich history of the Broadway canon – the really classic shows – as well as sometimes take music from the ‘Great American Songbook’ repertoire of the 1920s to about 1960,” explained Lawrenceville’s Director of Music Robert Palmer.
Broadway Cabaret performers will include:  
Idaya Chambers, “Art is Calling for Me”
Sydney Chun, “Always True to You”
Giao Vu Dinh & Deven Kinney, “Anything You Can Do”
Orlando Doull & Arata Fujii, “Agony”
Mason Du, “Lonely Room”
Zach Finacchio, “If I Loved You”
Ashley Gelber, “Much More”
Anjali Kumar, “Waiting for Life”
Eleni Lefakis, “Many a New Day”
Cate Levy, “Maybe This Time”
Gabby Medina, “Before I Gaze at You Again”
Hamza Mian, “On the Street Where You Live”
Lana Utley, “Summertime”
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at lgillard@lawrenceville.org.

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