Friday, March 8, 7 p.m.—RANDOLPH— Fourteen youngsters from six Central Vermont communities will share their talents in 12 acts for this annual celebration, with performers ranging in age from 9-18 years old.
A varied range of music will be offered by solo vocalists Maddox Bashaw, of Brookfield; Ella LaFromboise, of Bethel; Faith DeCroti, Emma Dimick Ritter, Adam Leicher, and Angelica Gaulin, all from Randolph; and Natalie Strand, of Randolph Center.
It won’t be all singing! Russell Clar will also slip from the edge of the stage early on and entertain the audience with a little comedy, and Philip Papp of Randolph will perform some jazz on his saxophone.
There will even be some dance this season. The duo Annie McMillion and Zoe Blackman of Waitsfield will do a bit of song and dance, as will Ella LaFromboise of Bethel. Chloe Evans of Randolph will perform a piece of modern dance and Aamir Patrick, also of Randolph, will entertain the audience with an innovative dance with special lighting.
An RUHS jazz ensemble will round out the evening with their usual zest and verve, and celebrate the final curtain call.
Chandler Center for the Arts is located at 71 North Main Street in Randolph. The cost is $16 for adults, $6 for students/children. For more information visit chandler-arts.org.
Photo courtesy Chandler Center for the Arts
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