Friday, December 11, 2009
Noemi Alexa Perez
Show will be at Oxford High School, Oxford, PA.
Wrapped in Love: A Musical Revue About the Gift of Love
Friday, December 11 and 18, 2009 at 7:30pm
Saturday, December 12 and 19 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 13 and 20, 2009 at 3:00pm
Location: The Everett Theatre
Street: 47 West Main Street
City/Town: Middletown, DE
Set in Middletown, it follows the story of the Hill's during a difficult holiday season. Jim Hill, the father of the family, has lost his job due to the down turn of the economy. He has moved across country to take a job.
Judy Hill, the mother, learns disheartening news that she has been diagnosed with cancer. The Hill's children have difficulties adjusting to their new way of life. And finally, Judy's mother Charlotte has to deal with the pain of watching her family struggle through these difficult times. Along the way they meet a volunteer that helps the family find joy through the holidays. The show provides moments of hilarity with many supporting characters.
Thankfully, their town provides many positive opportunities to the family. The family learned the greatest gifts come from people with compassion. While this holiday season may not bring the most expensive gifts - The greatest gift is a community wrapped in love.
HIT HOLIDAY SONGS INCLUDE:
- SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN' TO TOWN
- HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS
- SANTA BABY
- THE CHRISTMAS SONG
- I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
- THE CHRISTMAS SHOES
- WE NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS
- SILENT NIGHT
- GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY THE REINDEER and more!
All donations collected after the performance will benefit the charities we feel help wrap Middletown in Love:
- The Boys and Girls Club
- The M.O.T. Big Ball Marathon
- Middletown Relay for Life
- The Jean Birch Senior Center
Please bring a canned good or unwrapped to to any performance to assist our cast with giving back to those in need this holiday season.
TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE OR AT THE DOOR!
Monday, December 7, 2009
Brooke's father was deployed to Iraq on Saturday 11/28 for twelve months.
Want to attend the concert? Here are the details...
11th Annual Holiday Concert
Delaware National Guard
287th Army Band
Wednesday, December 16, 2009 at 7 p.m.
Grand Opera House
818 North Market Street
William Penn High School Symphonic Band
Delaware Military Academy Chorus
Free concert; all are welcome
*We are accepting Non-perishable foods for the
DE Food Bank in support of the DNG “War on Hunger”
Doubletree Hotel Parking Lot
700 King Street
*Bring your parking ticket to the concert
In the lobby, you’ll receive a coupon to pay your parking fee
Point of contact ~ LTC Len Gratteri ~ 326-7010
We have a clip of the students in Times Square singing 'Minnie, the Moocher on Youtube!
Watch it - not from school, of course, at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjFhiVmmidM
The JazzChords sang at the Arden Gild Hall on Saturday for the University A Cappella Festival. Also on the program were The Deaftones from the Westminster Choir College, Off the Beat from the University of Pennsylvania and The Tigertones from Princeton University. The Jazzchords held their own and one attendee said that we were her favorite. Nice!
Monday night, the 6th grade Vocal Music Majors will sing at The Lorelton, 2200 W. 4th Street, Wilmington at 7pm.
Wednesday night is Grotto Pizza Night. Eat at Grotto Pizza on Delaware Avenue, present our coupon, and 20% of your bill comes back to CCSA to help finance the Jazz Lab Band and JazzChords’ trip to DisneyWorld to compete in a national jazz competition.
Friday night, the JazzChords perform at Senator Carper’s Toys-for-Tots. Bring a toy for a child, meet Senator Carper, eat some awesome free food and listen to the JazzChords from 6-8pm at Arsht Hall, University of Delaware Campus in Wilmington, right across from Tower Hill School on Route 52.