Summit H.S. 'Sweeney Todd' Performance Rescheduled for March 8 from March 5

Keenan Buckley and Matthew Greenstein are currently starring in the Summit High School production of "Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street."  The March 5 show has been rescheduled for March 8, due to weather.

SUMMIT, NJ - Due to the latest Winter storm, the March 5 Summit High School (SHS) Theatre Department performance of "Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street." has been rescheduled for March 8 at 2 p.m.

All tickets previously purchased for the Thursday performance will be honored with the same seats at the Sunday matinee.

The Friday and Saturday, March 6-7, shows are sold out online, however some limited tickets will be available at the SHS box office, starting one hour before the show each night.

Those possessing tickets for the March 5 performance, and are unable to attend the rescheduled show, are asked to consider donating the tickets back to the Summit High School Theatre program by sending an email to, so they can release the seats. 

Questions pertaining to Thursday night tickets should also be directed to

Tickets are priced at $13 for students/seniors, $16 for adults, and can be purchased with a credit card at Online ticket sales are available for each show up until one hour before curtain, and tickets -- payable with cash or check -- will also be sold in the SHS lobby before each show also up to one hour before curtain.

In conjunction with the production, the SHS Community Outreach Program is collecting donations for its food drive, “Help Fight Hunger,” to support local families in need. Ticket holders are encouraged to bring non-perishable and/or canned goods to fill the collection boxes located in the SHS lobby. Collection boxes have also been placed in each of the district’s public schools buildings. All food items will be donated to the Fishes and Loaves Food Bank.

As an added treat for attendees, the SHS Auditorium's lobby has been transformed into a thematic cityscape, thanks to talented SHS art students. Before the show and during intermission, delicious "hand pies" -- savory, sweet or vegetarian -- will be available for purchase at "Mrs. Lovett's Pie Shoppe.” Patrons are also invited to take a spin in Sweeney Todd's barber chair. A special guest Sweeney will be providing “shaves” every night! Photo opportunity donations will benefit the Summit High School Theatre Department.

Summit High School is located at 125 Kent Place Boulevard.

The Cast of "Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" includes:

Keenan Buckley - Sweeney Todd
Dana Goodstein - Mrs. Lovett
Keller Gordon - Anthony Hope
Claire Fitzpatrick - Johanna
Julia Heckelman - Beggar Woman
Matthew Greenstein - Judge Turpin
Keegan McManus - The Beadle
Sean McManus - Tobias Ragg
Matthew McGinn - Adolfo Pirelli
Jason Novo - Jonas Fogg
Nick Della Sala - Bird Seller
Matthew Wilson - Man with Cap
Catie Floegel - Young Lady
Anthony Cusumano - Passerby

John Dorer*, Gerard Apruzzese, Will Przedpelski, Nick Della Sala* - Four Tenors

Max Block, John Dorer*, Brynn Johnson*, Zack Olson Kelly Reynolds, Nick Della Sala* - Featured Chorus


Bella Anidjar, James Badenhausen*, Lucy Block, Anne Borzner, Griffin Breen*, Maginnis Buckley, Anthony Cusumano, Savannah Dooley, Ben Errig, Catie Floegel, Kevin Fortune*, Alana Gartenberg, Aissa Guindo*, Catherine Hassert, Tohon Jasdanwala, Jessica Jilla, Hope Kovera, Kimberly Lee, Sophie Lees, Carly Leiter, Erin Manion, Sophia Michalopoulos, Grace Milsten, Elise Molleur, Keyshawn Reese, JJ Stewart, Katie Suffern, Imogen Terrett, Nicole Trone, Jack Wagner*, Ashley White, Matt Wilson

* soloist

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