The 2015 Winter Holiday Dinner and Cabaret
was huge success and we had a ball.
We had a lot of students involved in the making of this show. We had the singers, wait staff, food prep, box office and ushers. We also hired some musicians for the band and had some alumni join us as well.
Elliot Williams, Loren Kahrhoff and Maddy Toskin
posing for a quick pic during the mad dash set-up
The evening was split up to provide time for the the wait staff to bring the food and beverage to the tables.
We tried to sell the tickets in advance as much as we could. It was a pricier ticket than normal but the patron got dinner with the purchase of the show.
Jack Wight was our master of ceremonies and he also sang several songs. He kept the evening going.
Linda Radick - Pianist and Musical Director
Clancey Nowell - Drums
Mr. Radick - Saxophone
We tried to get a bunch of different people involved. We pulled students from choir, Amen and Aladies and from the Drama Dept. We also got three teachers to sing in the show!
Charlie Sears performing his number for the crowd
#1.) Intro: “Wilkommen” and greetings - Jack Wight
#2.) “The Trolley Song” - Meredith Grimm-Howell
#3.) “The Way You Look Tonight” – Robbie Morefield
#4.) “Wishing You Were Somehow here Again” - Sabrina Klement
#5.) “At Last” – Jaime Schwartz
#6.) “The Christmas Song” – Charlie Sears
#7.) “Glamorous Life” – Scout Hornkohl
#8.) “This is the Moment” – Scott Kinworthy
#9.) “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” – Mandy Raddick
#10.) “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” – Allyssa Lang-Taylor
#11.) “Ain’t Misbehavin’” – Kevin Drexl
#12.) “Cry Me A River” – Goldie Raznick
#13.) “I Get a Kick Out of You” - Abi Ford
#14.) “The Ladies Who Lunch” – Jack Wight
#15.) “Summertime” – Erin Stanton
#16.) “Pretty Little Dolly” – Jacob Noce
#17.) “New York State Of Mind” - Todd Schaefer
It turned out to be a great night
and the audience had a great time!
Special Thanks to Simon Moore for being our line cook. He got all of the food plated and out to the wait staff during the show and everything went smooth.
They started with bread sticks and butter on the tables. They were offered Iced Tea or Lemonade. They were brought a salad, pasta and some cookies for dessert.