August 23, 2017 – Easton’s historic Pomfret Club plays host to some classics from the Great White Way as Easton Theatre Co-op presents their “Broadway Cabaret” on Saturday. Local vocalists will sing a mix of classic and contemporary love ballads, comic songs, ensemble numbers and belting show-stoppers.
This is the second cabaret at the Pomfret Club for the upstart Easton Theatre Co-op. The group was founded by Easton High School graduate James A. Vivian with other performers from around the Lehigh Valley. Vivian and his fellow performers took note of the decline of the theater scene in Easton and wanted to help bring it back. The company launched in 2016 with its initial Broadway Cabaret. The first production was well-received and has since been performed at a number of private bookings. The group’s first play, the dark comedy “Kimberly Akimbo,” was presented last spring.
Performers include Vivian, Amanda Pascale, Steven Schmid, Christina Marie Check, Andrea Cartagena, Sherilyn Jones, Abby Gbadamosi, Bethe Hoppes, Tricia Bowman and Thomas Mazur. Vivian additionally serves as director. Pascale doubles as music director, and Steven Schmid is emcee. The singers are accompanied by Tony Moore on keyboard.
Daniel Friedman is a freelance writer.
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