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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 (when held on a Friday), 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 (when held on a Friday) to sign up for a once-through run-through with an accompanist.

Host:  soprano and voice faculty member, Norina Rowen

Free and open to the public.

Songs performed during the special edition October 2021 event (Broadway on the Back Lawn):

"I Speak Six Languages" – from The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
"Popular" – from Wicked
"Naughty" – from Matilda
"Sixteen Going on Seventeen" – from The Sound of Music
"I'll Know" – from Guys and Dolls
"A Cockeyed Optimist" – from South Pacific
"Once Upon a Time" – from All American
"My Favorite Things" – from The Sound of Music
"Look to the Rainbow" – from Finian's Rainbow
"Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" – from Oklahoma
"If He Walked Into My Life" – from Mame
"Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" – from Les Misérables


“Together Wherever We Go” – from Gypsy
“Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?” – from Cinderella
“Get Me to the Church on Time” – from My Fair Lady
“Edelweiss” – from The Sound of Music
“What I Did for Love” – from Chorus Line