24 HOUR CABARET
January 3-4, 2019
For Ages 11-15
Overnight Cabaret Experience! Create an Original Cabaret Show under the guidance of Professional Theatre Coaches…in 24 (ish) hours!!! at The School of Performing Arts.
Cabaret Coaches Annie Yokom and Sawyer Pierce will lovingly “FIGHT” over you to be on their Cabaret Team…Think a Theatre version of “THE VOICE”!!
In 24 hrs, you will audition, be selected by a coach to be on their Cabaret Team , work with a Music Director, Choreographer, Costumer ,meet new theatre friends, eat, sleep, rehearse, repeat and then perform your Cabaret for friends and family! Fantastic memories to start the New Year!
January 3 @ 9am-January 4 @ 8pm (Performance)
Tuition: $250/ $50 Food Fee (2 Dinners,1 Lunch, 1 Breakfast and Snacks)
Cabaret Coaches/ Directors: Annie Yokom & Sawyer Pierce
Music Director: Charlie Yokom
Choreographer: Nora Flaherty
Senior Staff : Heather Hutchison & Andrew Stratton
Please note that Coaches, MD, Senior Staff and Cabaret Parents will be present at all times in the building and overnight. We will designate “dorm rooms” for males and females (separately) upstairs and all adults will be sleeping in the common area outside the rooms. Doors to the rest of the building and to the outside will be locked at night.
*Once registered, you will receive a Cabaret Welcome packet with details an food accommodations.
For more information please call 630-717-6622
ANNIE YOKOM : is a professional actor, singer, and dancer. She grew up performing in Chicago and received her BFA in Musical Theatre from Carnegie Mellon University Annie won first place at Micheal Feinstein’s Songbook Competition in 2010 and became an Ambassador of The Great American Songbook. She has performed at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Pittsburgh CLO, The Palladium in Carmel Indiana and The Brooklyn Center of Performing Arts. She is currently producing music videos of some of her favorite Pop/Jazz Standards of the 40s, 50s and 60s.
SAWYER PIERCE : is a professional actor living in Chicago who grew up in Laguna Beach, California. He earned his BFA in Acting at Carnegie Mellon University’s School Drama in 2015. He stared in BARRY a Netflix original movie and featured in The Maze Runner. He has been seen in This is How it Goes, Three Sisters, The Crucible, A Lie of the Mind and Trojan Women 2.0. He has been awarded The Kennedy Center Ensemble Acting Award for Collegiate Theatre.