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Performing Arts Festival: song, plays, class projects

Updated: Oct 31, 2022

By Victoria Massa

One thing in this world that can bring people together is music. Music has the ability to

change your whole mood, it is something that will always be around. There is a song for every

emotion that you feel, if you are happy, sad, anxious, excited, or depressed there is a song.

Music is a beautiful work of art that has been around since the beginning of time. Music is very

powerful; it has the effect to change the scene or state of mind of a setting.

Norwalk Community College will be hosting its 12th year of the Performing Arts


Anyone and everyone are more than welcome to audition, if you want to be front and

center, there is a spot for you or if you want to help behind the scenes there is a spot as well.

To sign up go to the bulletin board on East campus 108, all auditions will be held in the theater on East campus.

Christine Mangone director of the festival said, “The Performing Arts Festival is a

celebration of the arts, featuring 75 NCC students (and faculty) performing."

The production includes short comedic and suspenseful scenes, a variety of songs, drumming pieces, and additional projects from Choir and Acting Classes.  It's such a fun event because there are so many different types of projects, and inevitably the audience recognizes people they know on stage! 

The performance is in the theater on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The NCC Music Club band will perform in the lobby at 5 p.m., and the 90-minute show begins at 5:30 p.m. "It's free and we'll have some sort of food as well," Mangone said.

Everyone should definitely stop by and support our fellow students. It is something worth going to! Don’t miss out on this great show!

For more information and to find out about auditions click here.

Victoria Massa is a writer for The Voice.

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