Young Performers from Matilda, Annie, Far from Heaven, Motown and More Set for Kef Kids Cabaret
18 Jun 2013
Kef theatrical productions will present Kef Kids Cabaret, an evening of songs featuring some of Broadway, TV and film's biggest little stars, July 1 at The Cutting Room.
The 7 PM evening, which will be filmed for inclusion on a future broadcast of Lifetime TV's "Dance Moms," will feature the talents of Rozi Baker (Shrek, Mary Poppins, Bonnie and Clyde), Zoe Considine (A Christmas Story), Madi Rae DiPietro (Annie), Emma Howard (Matilda), Zachary Infante (School of Rock), Darius Kaleb (Motown), Raymond Luke Jr. (Motown), Tyrah Skye Odoms (Annie), Marissa O'Donnell (Shrek), Paul Pilcz (Bye Bye Birdie), Daniel Quadrino (Bye Bye Birdie), Rachel Resheff (Shrek, Mary Poppins, Billy Elliot, The People in the Picture), Taylor Richardson (Annie), Julianna Rigoglioso (Mary Poppins, Far From Heaven), Mavis Simpson- Ernst (Evita), Jaidyn Young (Annie) and Maddie Ziegler ("Dance Moms").
Noah Radcliffe (Into the Woods) and Ben Radcliffe will open the evening, which will be hosted by Paul Pilcz and Morgan Assante.
Kef theatrical productions, a company committed to arts education, is "thrilled to provide an opportunity for these amazing young performers," according to a press statement. For more information, visit www.kefproductions.comical.
The Cutting Room is located at 44 East 32nd St., between 5th and Madison Avenue. Tickets for the one-night-only event are $20 in advance or $25 at the door (food/beverage minimum not included) and are available at www.thecuttingroomnyc.com or by calling (212) 691-1900.
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