Nottingham High School is very fortunate to have a strong artistic family. This family has produced some professional artists that have toured internationally, graced both Broadway and off-Broadway stages, and became recording stars, published playwrights, and recognizable television phenomena. And now, these professional artists are returning to Nottingham’s stage for a special, one-night-only event: A Northstar Night: A Special Alumni Cabaret, taking place Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7:00PM!
Reserve your tickets online right now, and you’ll get $10 discounted tickets. Tickets are goingvery fast, so it is highly recommended that you get your tickets ASAP for this event. (CLICK HEREto visit the official Northstar Night website, where you can reserve your tickets for this special night.) Proceeds will be equally donated to Autism Speaks and Nottingham High School’s arts program.
11 former Northstars will be returning to the stage on the 27th. Which Nottingham Northstars will be returning the high school’s stage? Well, over the course of the next week or so, we will be highlighting some of the professional artists that have agreed to perform on the stage once again!
Today, we continue with Stephanie Venanzi.
Class of 2002
Stephanie Venanzi has performed quite a bit since graduating Nottingham High School. She has appeared in several Kelsey Theater shows on the Mercer County Community College campus: Chutney Windham in Legally Blonde, Judy in A Chorus Line, a member of the dance corps in The Wedding Singer, The Producers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Fame. Simon of Le Gree in The King & I, and The Mute in The Fantasticks for which she was nominated for a Perry Award.
Other credits include: MCCC’s Camp College dance, hip hop, and stomp programs and dance instructor at Downstage Center Dance Studio.
Since she is a Hamilton resident, she has worked on many Hamilton Township school musicals. Choreography includes: Seussical at Hamilton West, South Pacific, Bye Bye Birdie, Grease, The King & I, Annie Get Your Gun, and Once On This Island Jr. at Crockett Middle School. Her most challenging show as a choreographer and first professional production was with Maurer Productions OnStage’s Shrek at Kelsey Theater. Her choreography was recognized at the Kelsey Awards where she took home the award for Outstanding Choreography.
Stephanie holds a BA from TCNJ specializing in Elementary Education, English and her days are spent at Nottingham High School as an English teacher, Band Front and Dance Team advisor.
A NORTHSTAR NIGHT is definitely an event that you do not want to miss! Great performances for a great cause! Tickets to this event are very limited and they are already going very quickly, so make sure that you reserve your tickets ASAP.
For more information about the show, the full list of performers, the fundraising, and ticket reservations, CLICK HERE and visit the official website!
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For any questions about this event, please contact:
Jessi Franko, Public Relations