The Northampton Arts Council works to support and nurture the arts in the city of Northampton. The Council awards grants twice each year to artists and arts groups from both state and locally-raised funds, and seeks to improve public awareness of the arts. Its' goals include maintaining and preserving the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Northampton, programming such annual events of interest to the community as First Night Northampton and Transperformance.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Here’s Where I Let Go: A Cabaret Benefit for Arts at Northampton High School

Salient Productions Presents:
Here’s Where I Let Go

A Cabaret Performance by Sharon Saline to benefit the Arts at Northampton High School

Friday, March 24, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 25, 7:30 p.m
Sunday, March 26, 2:00 p.m.

Northampton High School Black Box Theater
$20 for adults/$10 for students

In a benefit for Northampton High School’s Arts Program, Sharon Saline presents an original cabaret of stories and songs. With songs from musical theater, jazz standards, and rock, as well as hilarious and moving personal stories, Sharon weaves together a performance that has her audience laughing about life’s crazy moments and touched by its more challenging ones. Special guests include the Joe Belmont Trio and Lauren Bell. Musical direction by Justina Golden and directed by Toby Bercovici.

By day, Sharon Saline is a clinical psychologist in Northampton who works primarily with children, adolescents and families living with ADHD. By night, she’s a cabaret performer. A former professional actress who loves comedy, musicals, and improvisational theater, Sharon has also directed and performed in children’s theater. She sang for five years with High Definition, a women’s a capella group in Northampton, before focusing solely on her cabaret shows. Sharon has studied storytelling with Gerald Stropnicky (“First Person Story” workshop at the KO Theater Festival) and is a long-time student of Justina Golden at the Profound Sound Voice studio.

“Sharon has a refreshing ability to ‘tell on herself,’ to be utterly and hilariously honest about her dreams, her foibles, and her human flaws, through song and comedy.”
—Julie Waggoner

“Sharon has the uncanny ability to be revealing while being honest, humorous, and poignant.”
—Heidi Haas

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