Snow storms cancelled not one, but two full rehearsals, but on Wednesday the entire cast and crew of SuperShow had a wonderful dress rehearsal and are fully prepared for this weekend’s performances. Volunteers lost precious time for ticket sales in the lobby at lunch time, so there should be tickets available at the door both nights: 7:00pm on Friday, Jan. 30 and Sat., Jan. 31 in the auditorium of Central Middle School.
For the uninitiated, The SuperShow is a winter tradition in the community that stars nearly two hundred actors, dancers and singers. The cast is comprised of students primarily from Central Middle School, but also features future CMS students from Julian Curtiss School, Cos Cob School, and North Street School, and CMS alumni from Greenwich High School.
For the tenth year, the a cappella group, the Colgate Thirteen, will join us from Hamilton, New York.
The show is broken down into four entertainment themes: 1) Prime-time television, 2) Academy Award winning movies, 3) Social Media, and 4) the best of Broadway.
Between each act, audience members participate in quick rounds of wacky games, such as “Amazing Race,” “Dancing with the Stars,” and “Where’s Waldo?” thereby earning points for their audience “super-team.” Expect boisterous performances and even rowdier audience participation!