Special Events

The Wheelock Family Theatre holds a variety of special events throughout the year—celebrating key holidays, important milestones and influential people. Check back often as we add new events, including those for our current season.

Upcoming Events

CABARET Fundraiser 2015

CABARET 2015

 

Join us for a fabulous evening of song to benefit the Wheelock Family Theatre!

Monday May 18 at 6:00pm.

Lansdowne Pub

9 Lansdowne Street

Plenty of parking in the Lansdowne Garage

Individual Tickets: $50

Table Sponsor (and 6 tickets): $500

Cash bar and pub food available to purchase.

What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play....

Come on over and join the talented performers at the WFT Cabaret! Directed by the one-and-only Jane Staab, with the incomparable Jon Goldberg as Musical Director and emceed by the fabulous Mark Linehan. Raise a glass to voices in song: with Sirena Abalian, Andrew Barbato, Jane Bernhard, Grace Brakeman, Aimee Doherty, Katherine Doherty, Jennifer Beth Glick, Douglas Jabara, Mark Linehan, Michael Notardonato, Gary Thomas Ng, Gamalia Pharms, Brittany Rolfs, Robert Saoud, Jenna Lea Scott, Jeffrey Sewell, Timothy John Smith, and Levin Valayil

The CABARET 2015 is a fundraiser event for the Wheelock Family Theatre. To purchase tickets please click here!

For additional information, please contact the box office at 617-879-2300 or email tickets@wheelock.edu

WFT Open House

Wheelock Family Theatre and Boston Lyric Opera Present:

FINDING YOUR VOICE: THE COMPLETE SINGING ACTOR

 

One and Two-day workshops for youth ages 11 – 15 / 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. daily

Co-taught by Heather Gallagher (Boston Lyric Opera) and Grace Napier (Wheelock Family Theatre) with piano accompaniment by Christina Chao. All workshops culminate in an informal demonstration for family and friends.

THE ULTIMATE CROSSOVER: Finding Your Way in Opera, Musical Theatre, and Beyond

 

May 16 – 17, 2015. Tuition: $200; some scholarships available.

For students interested in maximizing their potential as a performer, this workshop shares the secrets of putting together a successful crossover audition book by exploring how singers can switch seamlessly from one style of music to another. Students will develop essential collaboration skills as they work closely with a pianist/coach on elements of style, diction, and musicality to create interpretations that are uniquely suited to their own skills and strengths. By encouraging the development of a healthy vocal technique and fundamental skills, this session will help students become well-rounded singers who can wow a crowd across several musical genres and styles.

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For Our 2014-2015 Season

For general info, see our Box Office page.

 

Thank you so much, for yet another wonderful performance. And also for so much more than that. It's hard to express from a parent's perspective how much my son has grown these last few years. His life in the theatre - particularly, somehow, these two musical weeks you put on every summer - have given him strength and purpose and poise. We are so very grateful. 

- Eric

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