Broadway On Highland
An Open Performance Event for Singers with Host, Norina Rowen
If you love Broadway, come over to WCMS and sing your favorite Broadway hit or join the crowd during our sing-along numbers. All ages and ability levels are welcome! Singers from beginners to seasoned professionals are cordially invited to strut their stuff during this fun evening. Solo, duo, trio, or family act? We're happy to include you.
Sign-ups for performers and run-throughs with the accompanist take place from 6:30-7:30 PM on the evening of the event, first come-first served.
Guidelines for Performers:
- You don't need to be memorized, but your selection should be well-prepared.
- Bring your sheet music (no lead sheets) and a copy for one of our fabulous accompanists. Your piano music must be in the key in which you plan to sing. No a cappella renditions.
- Family-friendly lyrics and casual dress—no costumes, please!
- Please arrive at 6:30 PM on the evening of the event to sign up for a once-through run-through with an accompanist.
Broadway On Highland 2018-2019:
Friday, October 12, 2018
Friday, December 7, 2018
Friday, February 8, 2019
Friday, May 3, 2019
Host: soprano and voice faculty member, Norina Rowen
Free and open to the public.
Songs performed during the February 2019 event:
"Haled's Song About Love" from The Band's Visit
"Send in the Clowns" from A Little Night Music
"Edelweiss" from The Sound of Music
"The Colors of My Life" from Barnum
"'Till There Was You" from The Music Man
"A Better Life" from Scrooge
"One Perfect Moment" from Bring It On
"C'est Moi" from Camelot
"I Know Things Now" from Into the Woods
"Camelot" from Camelot
"Who Will Buy" from Oliver
"I Do Not Know a Day I Did Not Love You" from Two by Two
“All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera
“Flight” from New Musical Theatre
“I Got Rhythm” from Girl Crazy
"My Funny Valentine” from Pal Joey
“On the Street Where You Live” from My Fair Lady
“One Hand, One Heart" from West Side Story
“Love Changes Everything” from Aspects of Love
"Watch What Happens" by Michel Legrand (1932-2019)