The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will feature a joyful, family-friendly event and several hours of entertainment with dance and choral youth performances and a special appearance by Santa Claus and his elves.
In collaboration with Melissa Truelove owner of The Dance Pointe, based in Greenwich, CT, the Mansion will feature Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop and holiday inspired presentations by the school’s top students. These performers are also part of The Dance Pointe’s international youth dance company who perform in Switzerland and Germany to benefit children with special needs.
Surapine Studio will take center stage and perform a selection of Broadway favorites. Founded and directed by Matthew Surapine, a nationally acclaimed opera singer who has been featured at many of the major opera houses around the world, the Studio has seen its students attend Curtis Institute, NYU, Steinhardt voice symposium, Manhattan School of Music precollege programs and an alumnus of the studio is now appearing as the “Genie” in Aladdin on Broadway. Studio students who primarily attend Darien High School, Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk, and Stamford High School, have performed in regional and state music festivals.
During the event, the Mansion’s Café will offer complimentary refreshments served by the Museum’s costumed interpreters generously provided by Stew Leonard’s.
There will be mini-tours of the first-floor period rooms.
No 1-hour tours.
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