All performances had their own attitude; some students provided a theatrical performance, while others transformed the music into their own. Franley most enjoyed watching each act progress. “I liked hearing people’s solos, and how they grew from learning it to being performance ready,” she said.
Barille said, “We are such a close knit group which made it very fun!” Considering how well “Cabaret” went, Jefferson plans to have a similar event next year.
“In the future I would really like to have some after-school rehearsals because there never seems to be enough rehearsal time in class and this would give the opportunity to have more sectional time,” Modarelli said. From learning to performing and from school clothes to costumes, Jefferson choir members were able to experience a taste of Broadway glam in their “Cabaret,” which was enjoyed by all.