Music Through the Decades: An Evening of Broadway Favorites
WHEN: Saturday, August 24, 7 to 8pm
WHERE: Nassau Park Pavilion [between Target and Panera], Route 1 South
Come take a musical trip through time as the Out of this World Performance Troupe takes to the stage to perform Music Through the Decades, featuring many of your favorite show tunes! These talented young “triple threats” have studied under Broadway coach Ellen Renee and are ready to shine on our summer stage at the Nassau Park Pavilion behind Panera on Rt. 1. They will act, they will sing and they will dance into your heart. Featuring professional sound and lights, this free performance is not to be missed.
“The goal of the program is to strengthen our young performers’ Broadway repertoire and guide them through staging and choreography. We are looking forward to putting on a great show that gives everyone a chance to shine,” says director Ellen Renee. Under her tutelage, many of Ellen Renee’s students have gone on to professional careers on stage, in print and on television.
The production will feature professional sound and lights as well as a special guest appearance by Kyle Alexxander, who has been performing since a young age under the training and coaching of Ellen Renee. Alexxander’s credits include gracing the stage of Walt Disney World Resort, supporting the ensemble of Broadway’s Mary Poppins Main Street USA televised Christmas Day Parade Broadway, and singing pop punk tunes on the main stage of the Seaside Heights Music Festival.
About West Windsor Arts Council
The West Windsor Arts Council (952 Alexander Road, Princeton Junction) offers art and cultural events, workshops and classes for all ages and in all artistic disciplines at the West Windsor Arts Center and in the community. For more information, call 609.716.1931 or visit westwindsorarts.org.
IMAGE: Top (L-R): Anishka Praveen, Skyler Frankel, Neha Tengshe. Bottom (L-R): Alexander Fisher, Ellen Renee (director), Mahika Goel