Cabaret Spotlight for Adults
Cabaret for Adults is a deep dive into the history of musical theater through the lens of Steven Sondheim’s work, from 1957’s West Side Story through to 2023’s Here We Are.
Students will select a song from Sondheim’s catalog and workshop the piece throughout, by researching its history, dissecting its style, analyzing its lyrics, and exploring acting techniques that can add dimension and theatricality to its performance.
Additional songs will also be performed in duets and large groups to round out each student’s experience.
At the end of the week, students will perform their piece for family and friends on our Orchard Room stage.
Private, in-person assessments will take place on Wednesday, June 5th, to help faculty learn more about each student’s goals and proficiency, and to make sure that song selections are appropriate.
This fun, supportive class will be run by Scott Murphy, who was personally selected by the late Steven Sondheim to receive the Garson/Kanin award from the Theatre Hall of Fame.
In-person skills assessments will be held on Wednesday, June 5th. Once registration is complete, a link to book your time slot will be sent via email. These assessments will not be intimidating like a formal audition, instead, they give our faculty coordinator insight on how to properly place students and plan music for the program.
Students who are not available on June 5th should reach out to Laura Altenor at email@example.com to schedule a separate assessment day and time.
Summer Open House
Join us on Saturday, March 2 from 12-1pm for a brief presentation on our summer programs and the chance to get answers to all your questions directly from knowledgeable staff and faculty. Reserve your Open House seat now!
Groton Hill proudly offers need-based scholarships to help offset the cost of our fun summer learning programs. Apply for your scholarship now!