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Student Theatre to Present Spring Cabaret April 26-28

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Posted: Monday Mar 18, 2013

March 18, 2013

The Company, Saint Vincent College’s student-run theatre group, will present its annual spring cabaret performance at 8 p.m. Friday, April 26, at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 28 in the Robert S. Carey Student Center Performing Arts Center at Saint Vincent. Admission is free for all performances. No reservations are required and seating is general admission. Doors will open one-half hour before each performance.

Student leaders include Tom Cocchi, director, Stacie Sikora, assistant director, Casey Ciocco, producer, Josh Gongaware, music director, Andrew DeBroeck, assistant music director, Brandon Snyder, choreographer, and Colleen Fisher, assistant choreographer.

For this year’s cabaret, “Around the World in 20 Songs,” the group chose songs from twenty popular Broadway musicals including Hairspray (Good Morning Baltimore), Newsies (King of New York), Bonnie and Clyde (Made in America), West Side Story (America), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (I Speak Six Languages), Once on this Island (We Dance), Evita (Buenos Aires), Disney’s Tarzan (Two Worlds), The Book of Mormon (I am Africa), Aida (My Strongest Suit), The Light in the Piazza (Passagiata), Les Miserables (Master of the House), Once (Falling Slowly), Spamalot (Finland), Sweeny Todd (The Worst Pies in London), Cabaret (Mein Herr), Fiddler on the Roof (Tradition), Miss Saigon (Why God Why?), Hot Mikado (We Are Gentleman of Japan) and Ragtime (Wheels of a Dream).

Full cast dance numbers include King of New York, Made in America, We Dance, Finland, Mein Herr, and Tradition. America and My Strongest Suit features the lady dancers and I am Africa and We Are Gentleman of Japan features the men.

The cast includes: Kelsey Harris, a junior history major from Somerset; Dean Graner, a sophomore physician’s assistant major from Uniontown; Mickey Orange, a freshman biology major from Latrobe; Ali Macomber, a senior Spanish major from Butler; Alison Maurer, a sophomore Spanish major from Lutz, Florida; Aimee Stephenson, a senior biology major from Delmont; Jen Klimek, a junior bioinformatics major from Pittsburgh (15205); Amanda Slowey, a sophomore undecided major from Bethel Park; Kathryn Ordiway, a freshman English major from St. Marys; Theresa Nath, a sophomore psychology major from Pittsburgh (15236); Colleen Fisher, a senior chemistry education major from Cheswick; Brandon Snyder, a junior biology major from Laughlintown; Ali Kertz-Brooks, a freshman music major from Kirkwood, Missouri; Elise Rizzo, a sophomore psychology major from Somerset; Megan Samoriski, a sophomore biology major from Victor, New York; Averie Shaughnessy, a senior English major from Monroeville; Stacie Sikora, a junior English major from Pittsburgh (15210); Eric Sciulli, a sophomore communication major from Pittsburgh (15221); Rory Mitrik, a senior history major from Charleston, West Virginia; Trish Allan, a senior English major from Downingtown; Abigail Sugrue, a freshman music major from Export; Ali Mientus, a sophomore biology major from Sarver; Rona Gehring, a sophomore music major from Robinson; Sara Maurer, a freshman psychology major from Lutz, Florida; Rachel Henigin, a sophomore mathematics/engineering major from Blairsville; and Mark Harris, a sophomore music major from Belle Vernon.

Pianist will be senior Andrew DeBroeck of Latrobe.

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