Songs and spaghetti help women’s shelter
It is a fundraiser that, in the long run, will aid Vaudreuil-Dorionwomen’sshelterLaPasserelle.
TheHudsonMusicClubwillhostAnEvening of Spaghetti and Song this weekend featuring their well-knownHudsonMusic Club Singers. The event gets underway at 6 p.m. at the Hudson CommunityCentre, 394, rue Main in Hudson, onSaturday, September25.
Director Sheila Engel Katz promises a night of good food and great music, with all proceeds (tickets $20 for members, $22 general public) helping the non-profit music club mount its annual spring production.
And this year’s show is one the club is putting enormous effort into as it’s their 50th anniversary production. The Drowsy Chaperone will debut in March 2011. The fast-paced musical comedy made its Broadwaydebut in2006andwonfiveTonyAwards.
Each year the HudsonMusic Club, which has been running since the late 1950s, puts on impressive musical theatre shows featuring talented actors, singers, stages and costumes. Amature but highly talented members of the club range in age from children to adults well into their senior years.
TheHMCis open to allwho pass an audtition or volunteer their time beind the scenes.
It prides itself on being the only community threatre in the Montreal area devoted to Englishmusical theatre productions.
Over the years, the HMC has donated proceeds from its spring show to local charities. Since 2008, La Passerelle has been its premier charity. The shelter helpswomenand children victims of conjugal violence. To buy tickets for AnEveningof SpaghettiandSong, firstname.lastname@example.org.