Tri-Cities Opera Alumna Cynthia Clarey Performs Her Cabaret Act

The Goodwill Theatre welcomes Tri-Cities Opera alumna Cynthia Clarey, who will perform her cabaret act ‘What Becomes of the Broken Hearted’ at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage on Thursday, May 25. She joins us via Skype from Chicago to talk about putting together a very personal act. She also tells about how her career unexpectedly turned from musical theatre to opera, and about her encounter with a very famous singer.


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Comedic Actress and Singer Christine Pedi Performs in Binghamton

The Goodwill Theatre present singer and voice impressionist Christine Pedi  performing her show ‘Great Dames’ in a ‘Stardust Gala’ at the DoubleTree in downtown Binghamton on Friday, March 31. No stranger to radio, she talks about how, as a long-time cast member of ‘Forbidden Broadway’, she discovered her talent for vocal impressions. In ‘Great Dames’ she brings a host of Broadway voices with her.


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Cabaret Singing Is a Personal Craft

The Goodwill Theatre presents singer Naima Kradjian in her new cabaret concert ‘Listen to My Heart’ in the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage.  Since a cabaret concert is such a personal performance, putting one together is a challenging task.  We hear about finding new songs, saying good-bye to long-time favorites, and rehearsing with a pianist with lots of cabaret experience.


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Actor Alexander Boyce displays his magical side at the Schorr Firehouse

Alexander Boyce is probably most familiar to audiences in the Triple Cities for his acting, at Union-Endicott High School, SRO Productions, and Know Theatre, and he is now pursuing acting studies at the Tisch School of Arts at NYU.  His interest in magic began about the same time as his interest in acting, and that is what brings him to the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage of the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City with fellow magician David Oliver for Bam! It’s Magic!

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