Williamsport Music Club’s annual Broadway Music Program will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, at the Faxon-Kenmar United Methodist Church at the corner of Clayton Avenue and Sheridan Streets, Loyalsock.

Katharine Cimini, president of the Williamsport Music Club, is the chair of this program featuring show tunes from Broadway shows. After the opening welcome and remarks by the president, the audience will participate in the reading of “The Federation Collect”, a prayer written for the National Federation of Music Clubs by Mae Belle Cole in 1929 and imparts our great appreciation and gratitude for the gift of music.

The song of the month, “Polly Wolly Doodle” will be performed by Scott Schell and the poem of the month, “On Music” will be recited by Katharine Cimini. Both the song and the poem were written by Thomas More.

The program will open with “It’s A Grand Night for Singing” from State Fair performed by the Williamsport Music Club Ensemble and accompanied by Kristin Ivers. Kristin will then play piano and lead the audience in a sing-along of parts of twelve Broadway songs. Kristin Ivers will also accompany all vocal performances except the one accompanied by guitar.

Soloists include Ryan Workman, tenor singing “Solioquy” from Carousel and “Stranger in Paradise” from Kismet; Wayne Harris, tenor will perform “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables and sing a duet of “All I Ask of You” from The Phantom of the Opera with Devorah Straub, soprano.

Devorah will also sing “The Sound of Music” from The Sound of Music and “What Good Would the Moon Be” from Street Scene.

Ellen Boll, pianist, will play ” The March of the Siamese Children” from The King and I. Thomas Wetzel, pianist, will play “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” from Evita. Scott Schell, Tenor and Guitarist will play and sing “Try To Remember” from The Fantastiks with Katharine Cimini, Alto.

The program will conclude with the Williamsport Music Club Ensemble singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” accompanied by Kristin Ivers on piano. There is no charge to attend.

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