RANDOLPH, NJ - Want to sample dishes from some of the area's favorite restaurants and enjoy a dazzling evening of music? Randolph High School’s 7th Annual Cabaret Night is coming up on Friday, Feb. 9 at 6 pm in the High School Commons and Auditorium. The choir students from Randolph High School and the Middle School’s Canzonetta choir, a select small vocal company, will perform an array of ensemble, small group, and solo acts. These acts will showcase the students’ musical talents through a variety of tunes from the stages of Broadway, the screens of Hollywood, and many more.

The dinner portion of the night will include popular specialties from Cafe Fiore, Morris Tap and Grill, and Riviera Maya, just to name a few. After dinner, the audience will move into the auditorium to relax and watch a musical cabaret; a 50/50 raffle and tricky tray prizes will also be featured. Some of the prizes are a one night stay at the Hanover Marriott, which includes a dinner and breakfast package for two; four complimentary tickets to the RHS Drama Club production of “Cinderella” on Saturday, Apr. 21 at 7 pm; a Kate Spade handbag with a $25 giftcard to Diann’s boutique, and an Amazon Echo.

Cabaret Night is sponsored by the Randolph High School Choir and Theater Booster Association and would not be possible without the dedication of the parents of the choir and theater students. All proceeds go toward helping defray travel expenses for choir competitions and improving the choral and theater programs for the future. Advance ticket sales for this memorable night are strongly encouraged, tickets are $15 for students and seniors, and $20 for adults. Purchase yours now at https://rhs.booktix.com/index.php. For ticket assistance, please contact Matthew Swiss, RHS director of choirs, at mswiss@rtnj.org.

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For more information, please email the RHS Choir and Theater Booster Association at RHSCTBA1@gmail.com.

Editor's Note: Isabel Vega is a student at Randolph High School participating in a journalism program with TAP into Randolph.