Carnegie Mellon University cabaret for Senior Showcase


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Award-winning songwriter Stephen Schwartz --"Wicked," "Godspell," "Pippin," to name a few hits -- was at the piano at the Cabaret at Theater Square Sunday for the third annual benefit for the Carnegie Mellon University Senior Showcase. Juniors at CMU, Mr. Schwartz's alma mater, performed a program of his songs for a packed house including Peter Cooke, head of the School of Drama, Dan Martin, dean of the College of Fine Arts, and Gary Kline, event organizer.

The performers were Daniel Bellomy, Denee Benton, Michael Campayno, Christopher Douglass, Tsilala Graham-Haynes, Zanny Laird, Mitchell Marois, Michael McGuire, Mary Nepi, Jimmy Nicholas, Claire Saunders, Kyle Selig, Ashley Twomey, Joe Ventricelli and Jacob Vine. Spotted was CMU freshman Joshua Grosso, the winner featured in the PBS special "Broadway or Bust," about the National High School Musical Theatre Awards.

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