We are excited to bring you a live musical theater event as part of our “Virtually Yours” season!
Modeled after our popular annual musical revues at Pettoranello Gardens, this entertainment will feature singers performing their favorite tunes from musicals such as Beauty and the Beast, Thoroughly Modern Millie, My Fair Lady and more.
This is a live stream event at 8 pm on Saturday, June 20. You must tune in at that time. Instructions on how to watch will be posted on this page soon.
Jordan is thrilled to digitally return to Princeton, where he has performed Sancho Panza in Man of La Mancha and Lycus/Erronius in Forum. Other favorite roles include Ira in Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Barfée in Spelling Bee, Nicely/Benny in Guys and Dolls and Mr. Feldzieg in The Drowsy Chaperone.
Michael Caizzi played Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum at the Princeton Festival in 2018. He is ecstatic to be back for this virtual event! To find out more about Michael’s other roles and projects, visit: michaelcaizzi.com. Michael wishes you all the best and hopes you enjoy this (socially distant) show!
Matt Flocco is based in New York City and humbled to be joining The Princeton Festival! Credits include: Walnut St. Theatre, Arizona Broadway, Passage Theatre Co, 11th Hour, Disney, Arden, LMST, Dutch Apple, Candlelight, Media, RTC. Favorites: Newsies (Crutchie), Funny Girl (Eddie), Sweeney Todd (Pirelli), Polar Express (Conductor), Spamalot (Patsy), Godspell (Jesus), and Edgar Tufts (Edgar Tufts Story). Much thanks to the Princeton team!
Praised for having a “dark, compelling sound” (Palm Beach Arts Paper), Cuban-American mezzo-soprano Natalie Rose Havens has been gaining recognition throughout North America. Ms. Havens was recently seen in the role of Aldonza in San Diego Music Theatre’s production of Man of La Mancha. This past Fall, she was also seen performing with Savannah Voice Festival as Julia Child in Lee Hoiby’s Bon Appétit!
Billy Huyler is a baritone praised by OperaWire for having a voice that is “focused and indicative of substantial vocal agility.” Recent engagements include singing as an Apprentice Artist with Sarasota Opera for the 2019-2020 season, and singing in the New York premiere of Laura Kaminsky’s Some Light Emerges.
Transcending genre, soprano Jami Leonard’s vocal work has been hailed as “… an excellent ambassador for the operatic tradition…” by Broadwayworld.com. Having previously appeared as Anne Egerman in Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, Leonard is honored to (virtually) return to the The Princeton Festival to spread joy through music!
Michael Motkowski is filled with utter joy to be a part of The Princeton Festival’s 2020 virtual season! Michael is a graduate of Wagner College with a B.A. in Theatre Performance and a Minor in Dance. National Tour: Wizard of Oz (Munchkin/Winkie). Regional: Next to Normal (Henry), West Side Story (Baby John), Cats (Pouncival), Joseph…Dreamcoat (Gad), A Christmas Story (Schwartz), Avenue Q (Ensemble), and A Christmas Carol (Peter Cratchit). Film: AKA Alice (SageCat Media).
Amy Weintraub is thrilled to be participating in The Princeton Festival’s “Virtually Yours!” You may remember her as Amalia Balash in last season’s production of She Loves Me. She has appeared in several productions in NYC and Cleveland. Amy is a proud graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory.
Mezzo Soprano, Rachel Weishoff, is a “brave, weighty” and “marvelous” singer, according to Opera News. With Opera North she performed Giulietta (Les Contes d’Hoffmann) and covered Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia). She has performed as a Studio Artist for Central City Opera. Recent new works include Sprunt Sister in a reading of Sir Jonathan Mills’ Eucalyptus. She recorded the role of Elizabeth Proctor (The Crucible) with Albany Records. She holds an MMA from the Yale School of Music.