GREENWICH, Conn. - Temple Sholom of Greenwich will open their its doors to the community for an Afternoon of Cabaret on Sunday, June 1, at 4 p.m.
The Broadway revue will be put on by Temple Sholom’s Youth Choir with teen soloists, guest performers and Broadway’s own Stephen Mitchell Brown from "Jekyll & Hyde."
“This year promises to be an extraordinary event and a testament to the dedication of our Youth Choir," said Cantor Asa Fradkin of Temple Sholom, who leads the choral group. "We are featuring guest performers Gabrielle Sussman, Cantor Sabrina Lipton, Eva Kantor, Jamie Epstein, Amanda Goodman, my wife, Sarah Fradkin and I.
“We believe the community will be blown away by the talent of our teen soloists and with Stephen Mitchell Brown, a bona fide Broadway performer from 'Jekyll & Hyde.' We are all looking forward to performing our best for a full house.”
Temple Sholom’s Youth Choir practices throughout the year and provides music for Shabbat, festival worship services and other events. Participants in the Youth Choir are provided with an opportunity to learn and perform Hebrew choral music and share their unique talent throughout the region.
An Afternoon of Cabaret will take place in the Social Hall of Temple Sholom at 300 E. Putnam Ave. in Greenwich. Guests will enjoy cabaret style seating as well as coffee and dessert while net proceeds will go to the support of Emunah Children’s Center in Afula, Israel.
Guests may RSVP by calling Alice Schoen at 203-542-7165. There is a suggested donation of $10 per person, which can be paid at the door. Sponsorship as a “friend” is $54, as a “sponsor” is $180 and as a “patron” is $360.
Any youths or teens interested in joining a Temple Sholom choral group may contact Cantor Asa at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-542-7160 for more information.
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